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HALIFAX: Sometimes, it’s out of life’s unclear and tumultuous times that clarity is truly found.

For Lindsay MacPhee, a divorce, and a cross country move from Vancouver to Halifax for an engineering position that ended up falling through while she was making the move, lead to her finding clarity in the most unlikely of situations.

 

MacPhee was introduced to the power of positivity at an early age. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she always made meditation and positive energy a part of her life.

But, while living in Vancouver, life threw her fair share of curveballs. Once the engineering job fell through, she knew it was time for a big change.

“Meditation is a central part of my lifestyle, and I have spent my time focusing on one fundamental question: What is my dharma? Or, how can I serve? During my first floatation experience, at Cloud 9 Float Spa in Abbotsford, BC, I received insight for how to do this: Go home, move back to Nova Scotia.”

The Floatation Centre was born.

Her centre, while more about meditation and positive mind-body connection, will offer her clients a well rounded full bodied approach to health.

 

Depravation tanks are great for not only meditation, but also great for athletes who put their body under a lot of stress from athletics, and people who suffer from chronic pain, such as that from Fibromyalgia.

Magnesium is absorbed by the skin during a float session. It can regulate blood pressure, assist in detoxification, and can prevent cardiovascular disease.

And the benefits for your mind are endless. A float session can enhance your mediation and mindfulness practices, it can reduce stress, depression and anxiety with the increased production of dopamine and endorphins—the neurotransmitters responsible for mood elevation. And,...
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