We thrive on sharing our passion for the lifestyle and culture of floating, from understanding the basics, personal stories, to our philosophy and reason for existing. Our blog is a co-created effort, contributed to by the owners, our team and our floaters, and contains a multi-media combination of audio, story, and video.
As St. Louis begins to reopen, we too have begun our own journey out of quarantine. Starting Wednesday, June 3rd, we will be inviting FLOAT STL Community Members, supporters, and those who received credit through our COVID Health Care program, back to FLOAT STL. In the next phase, we will plan to happily invite everyone […]
Colton Parayko shares about how his float practice supported his training to become a Stanley Cup Champion!June 14th, 2019
“I’m just trying to do my best at my work… Every time I finish my float I feel like new…This has been huge for my body…After each float my sleeping is substantially better.It’s actually incredible, I don’t know how it works exactly but it’s amazing.” Hear Stanley Cup Champion Colton Parayko share how his float […]
We connected with Colton after his most recent float session at our Maryland Heights location. Colton loves the Deluxe Rooms 🙂 In this clip Colton tells us how floating has helped him through these training periods leading up to the Stanley Cup finals and also speaks to the evolution of his float practice from his […]
“Writers are the raw nerve of the universe. Our job is to go out and feel things for people, then to come back and tell them how it feels to be alive. Because they are numb. Because we have forgotten. We have forgotten our rituals. Our tribal practices. There is no more tribe. We don’t […]
Dorian Tomace and Kevin McCulloch sit down to talk floating and its impact on Dorian’s travel, friendships, and relaxation. Dorian is a friend of FLOAT STL and a frequent guest when she isn’t traveling the world. She tells us how floating has fit perfectly into her eventful life. Kevin McCulloch is an owner of FLOAT […]
Clarence Jackson and Kevin McCulloch sit down to talk floating and its impact on Clarence’s creativity, relationships, and PTSD Clarence is a 21 year USMC veteran who spent time in the Gulf War. Now is a poet and an actor, and a friend to us. He speaks about difficulty he has faced in life and […]