We are so excited to announce our new ambassadors, Jessica Dover, and Travis Boak. Two genuine and passionate individuals that give 100% in all that they do, who are also exceptional role models that inspire and motivate all those around them and the youth of today.
Jessica Dover the epitome of style, flair, and grace and Travis Boak the embodiment of confidence, perseverance, and class!
Two totally different personalities that share one common belief...
That authenticity is the key to one's happiness and fulfilment.
We are honoured to have two genuine and authentic people that share a passion for the health and wellness industry join us on our journey of helping others become their authentic selves.
We look forward to going on this journey with you, creating a haven where men, women, and children can escape the pressures of life to relax their bodies, refresh their minds and rejuvenate their spirit.
Together we can help others "find their authentic self" at Blue Lagoon Float & Spa.
Dr Justin Feinstein, director of Float Clinic and Research Center (FCRC) at Laureate Institute for Brain Research in Tulsa, Oklahoma is the leading researcher for Floatation Therapy in the world. Dr Feinstein will be presenting at the Float Conference 2019 on 28thto 29thof September in Denver, Colorado. It is the largest float tank event worldwide and a main conference for those involved in the global float industry. Tina Trimarchi, from Blue Lagoon Float & Spa is very excited to be attending this conference, meeting Dr Feinstein and staying at the forefront of the floatation industry. Their gained knowledge on the latest research and findings all help ensure your optimal float experience and maximum benefits during floatation therapy at Blue Lagoon Float and Spa.
Dr Feinstein joined the Research Institute in 2013, after completing his PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of lowa and his postdoctoral fellowship at the California Institute of Technology. The mission of the FCRC is to explore the effects of Floatation-REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy) on the body and brain and investigate its potential as a therapeutic treatment for promoting mental health and treating patients who suffer from anxiety.
Last year saw results from a float-MRI study, underlining for the first time how floating experience can change the human brain. Floatation Therapy Australia has created a fundraiser for sponsorship for innovative therapy for PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression to bring Dr Feinstein to Australia. The fundraiser hopes that Dr Feinstein may touch down in Australia to attend the International Mental Health Conference held on the 31stof July to the 2ndof August in the Gold Coast, Queensland to share his research.
We are so excited to attend this incredible conference. Stay tuned for more info to come!
Read more on Dr Feinstein’s research from last years conference here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BeqmVN7h1Q
Anna Jimenez | New Beauty
It looks like the popular skin-clearing treatment, microdermabrasion, has some serious competition. Know as the “celebrity facial,” hydrodermabrasion is the latest and greatest way to remove dead cells from the skin to eliminate dark spots and hyperpigmentation. With less pain and irritation than the traditional diamond-tipped treatment, this new technology uses water and oxygen to effortlessly exfoliate the skin. Its no wonder the treatment is reportedly a favourite of celebrity stunners like Charlize Theron.
Want to float your way to less stress, anxiety, depression, and pain? Though it sounds too good to be true, science says it’s possible.
While floating in a sensory-deprivation tank may sound terrifying, it’s meant to have the opposite effect. Magnesium-saturated water (aka epsom salt), kept at a temperature that matches your skin’s, keeps you effortlessly buoyant so you don’t have to worry about staying afloat. With little to touch, taste, smell, hear, or feel, you’re wrapped in a cocoon of warmth and silence, with only your thoughts keep you company. Herein lies the magic of floating – it puts you in a meditative state to better heal what ails you.
Image via Pause Float Studio
Learn more about the benefits of floating here: https://blog.bulletproof.com/health-benefits-floating/
Joe Rogan | Where to Float
"The sensory deprivation chamber has been the most important tool that I've ever used for developing my mind, for thinking, for evolving."
The tank is filled with water the water is heated to the same temperature as your body and theres eight hundred pounds of salt in the water, so you just float there and relax, and because the water is the same temperature as your body you don't really feel it after a while.
Read more about sensory deprivation tanks here: http://www.where-to-float.com/joe-rogan
Michelle Reeve | Spaceuticals
Skin works hard. Putting aesthetics aside for a moment, our health relies on our skin to protect us from our environment, make vitamin D, regulate body temperature, boost immune function. It allows us to interact with our environment and senses the world around us. We expose it to so much stress through lifestyle, sun damage, oxidation and lack of nutrition.
Read full article here: https://www.waterlilyskinbodyspa.com.au/clean-and-green-cosmeceuticals/
Leigh Campbell | Huffington Post
You may have heard it referred to as blue light, red light, Omnilux or maybe Lite Luxe.
While Omnilux and Lite Luxe are actual brand names and red or blue light refers to the type of treatment (red is great for lines and wrinkles while blue is used to treat acne), essentially these are all forms of LED light therapy.
Often used as a step in professional facials (after exfoliation and before hydration), LED is a proven anti-ageing method. Zoe Foster Blake uses it to get ready for the red carpet and she was a beauty editor for years, which is a good sign.
Learn all about LED Therapy here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/05/12/exactly-what-led-light-therapy-is-and-why-its-good-for-your-ski_a_21376338/