Meeting new people in London can be stressful – Here’s everything you need to know.
When bonding with friends and meet new people in London it is all about new experiences what London has to offer from Skateboarding Pilates, Tree Pollen lattes, Crawling classes, Kelp Noodles are just some of the latest trends that have invaded our Instagram feeds when it comes to health and fitness.
When someone suggests floating its natural to be skeptical. friendrequest has partnered with Floatworks, This form of meditation technique targets stress by promoting relaxation and healing through focusing the mind while in floating in a calming pod of salt water. Floatworks was established in 1993, floating has remained relatively unknown in the mainstream until the last few years. Floatworks has been featured in GQ, Attitude and Time Out and the Evening Standard a great way to relax and meet new people in London.
Floatworks is located at St Georges Wharf, Vauxhall. Sportsmen and women have used flatworms to speed up recovery from injuries. In fact, the Team GB and Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) use of the float tank as an integral part of its athletes’ training regimes.
Let’s face it; we’re always on the go. And even when we stop, our minds are racing away still. Floatworks gives you time to stop physically and mentally, people us Floating to relax, getting rid of stress, pain relief, aid recovery from injury and enhance creativity. Floating seeks out to boost your general well-being, has shown to benefit you mentally and physically, The extensive list of benefits can be found here.
Tips For Beginners
Attending a Floatworks session isn’t like going to anything else. It’s personal and a great way for you and a friend to relax. The best way to get started is to simply have an open mind. You have to forget about the emails, the drinks from last night and text messages for the 60 minutes. When you start your session, it’s an opportunity for you to relax and stop. It won’t be successful if you’re tense and fixated on other topics.
Floating may be a shock to the system at first, especially if you’re not accustomed to any type of confined space or meditation practices.
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