Shane joins Tom to talk about a Kickstarter he recently launched for a full length documentary on floating. Judging by his prior work, he will definitely deliver a quality product that we all will benefit from. Tom gets a quick lesson in how Kickstarter works as far as funding goes, and quickly compares it to an 80's movie he saw. Quick catch up with Tom and Shane personally, and then we review some changes that Shane made to the Tent and discuss titles for the Documentary.
New epsiode next week....Part 1 of the expansion series.
Tom and Hardy drop in the let you know they are still alive, and deliver some big news. Tom also sheds some light on some aspects of his home office that he has never addressed before. People who have listened from the beginning will appreciate this one.
The Float Conference is coming up and Tom has entered in to be a Guest Speaker. It'd mean the world if you could vote for him! We ask that only those who are attending the conference vote.
Tom and Hardy get you up to date on some personal things and the changes that are going on. "Blue" is in the house!
Keri, from Halcyon Floats in Philly, joins Hardy and Tom to talk about her beginnings in floating, owning 2 centers and the desperate need for making time for yourself. This was a long time coming, and we thank Keri for joining us!
Dominic joins Tom and Hardy, to discuss the tremendous impact floating has had
on him, and his entire life. In a span of about 90 days, Dominic has created
enough artwork to fill an entire art gallery. He knows this because he has
been invited to show his work at a gallery, and has so much that he will take
some of the pieces and put them in a book that he is publishing. This is from
someone who, prior to their first float on October 1st, had never completed
a single piece in his life.
This is probably one of my favorite stories I have heard regarding floating directly
changing a persons life. I feel very honored it happened at The Float Place.
Tom and Hardy are
joined by Chris, The Running Suit Guy. Chris runs marathons, and other long
distance events, wearing a full suit. We are talking slacks, button up, a top
hat, and dress shoes. Dress shoes for 26.2 Miles? I barely made it through
Chris talks about how
his float helped him after running in his latest race, why he does what he
does, and the kind of reactions he gets from spectators and fans.
Email us with any
questions or comments or any feedback at all... [email protected]
David, owner of
NeuroFitness Wellness-Center, joins us to talk about the different types of
treatment he offers. His center will be expanding soon to offer more floating
areas, as well as focusing on rehabilitation after traumatic physical or mental
If you would like to
join us on the podcast, email us at [email protected]
works at The Float Place, and joins Hardy and Tom to talk about what floating
has done for him, what he sees from clients coming out of tanks, and how he
ended up here. He is quickly finding out that time is the most precious
commodity. Thanks to the San Francisco Salt Company and
FloatationLocations.com, for their support! Stay Salty ya'll.
Ashkahn and Graham, from Float On, join Hardy and Tom to discuss
some background details of the float conference, their software Float Helm, and
starting a business with friends, that you also live with.
If you would like to be on The Floatcast to talk about your
center, or tanks, or float, or pretty much anything Float related, Email us at [email protected]
Tom and Hardy, discuss their new partnership and what's it
like to run a center. We share our favorite parts of owning a center,
as well as our least favorite parts. There is excess in the world!
If you would like to be a guest on the
show, Email us at [email protected]
Shane joins us again, to talk about the upcoming release of
his book. He wrote this book to spread information about the benefits of
floating, and went even further by giving one to everyone that is going to
the conference. To hear how he went even further than that, have a listen.
Cheers to Shane!
If you would like to be a guest on the
podcast, email us at [email protected]
Tom gives an update on things at the new center. Changing
booking software, moving tanks, and building rooms. Don't always do what you're
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podcast. New episode up tomorrow with Shane Stott!
big news is finally revealed! Tom gives some details of the expansion, and
explains the one thing that got him here.
Chris, from Pro Float Inc.,
joins Tom to discuss his journey into the Floatation Pod Industry. Pro Float
Inc., is based in Vancouver, and they are doing a pre-sale of the pod, starting
March 15th. Thank you to our sponsors, SFSalt.com and FloatationLocations.com.
Hardy joins Tom to talk about the changes in his life since his first
float 14 months ago. Juice cleanse, job change, weight loss, AND quit drinking?
Come hear how this transformation happened. Thank you to
our sponsors, SFSalt.com and FloatationLocations.com.
Tom goes solo, and gives an
update on The Float Place, some tank issues, lousy weather, and the flooring in
his rooms. Brought to you by Floatationlocations.com
Joey and Grace from Mountain Float Spa talk about their
journey into the world of floating. They recently opened, and have a few tips
to share. Thank you to SFSalt.com for jumping on board as a sponsor, and as
always thank you to FloatationLocations.com for their continued support.
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Andy Zaremba, one of the
founders of Float House and Co-Host of The Vancouver Real podcast, joins Tom to
tell some of the story on how Float House became the biggest float center on
Earth. Fantastic conversation! Shoutout to Jeremy from Escapepodtank.com
and his bomb diggity ventilation system.
Trevor and Matt, the founders
of East Coast Float Spa in West Chester, PA, join me to talk about their new
float center, which is opening on Friday 9/26. Custom rooms... Custom Teas... Sick
massage chairs. Sounds to me like they have built a pretty awesome retreat. I
may have to take a trip to PA.
Matt hangs out with us after his first float. Was a quick
90+ minutes and a lot of things went down, but there is absolutely
something still in there. Can’t wait to come back with friends.
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talks about his trip to Portland, OR, for the Float Conference. Great times had
by everyone who attended. Email at [email protected]
joins Tom to talk about his first experience in a float tank. Describing
something as powerful as this can be difficult, but Jarrell does a great job.
Looking forward to having him back in for a 2nd float.
Kevin joins us via Skype to
talk to us about his experience floating at Dream Float Spa, in Virginia Beach.
It took me a while to get him to try floating, but he has gone back 3 times
already. Hear how it has helped him deal with his injuries, and what he thinks
it will do for his jiu-jitsu. Props to Dream Float Spa for taking care of our
Service Members with Military Monday Discounts.
Mikey joins us after his float to talk about the experience that
brought him in for his first float, how he feels now, and what he felt during
his float. Few pieces of harsh language are spoken. Hoping not to offend.
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joins us to talk about his first time in a float tank here at The Float Place.
Jay is heavy into CrossFit, and a fan of the JRE Podcast. To contact us, Email
us at [email protected].
Chris decided to join me on the
podcast after his 5th float. We talk about how the experience gets better as
you float more, the "mind dump" that ensues as soon as he hops in,
and why you can solve problems in the tank. A Mike Tyson quote puts things in
perspective. There is a bit of Explicit Language in this episode.
Jeremy joins us and
talks about his 4th float! Hear about how it has positively affected his daily
life. Tom also gives some updates to some changes to his tank and filtration
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Chris, joins Tom, to
talk about his first time in a float tank. He had done his research, and knew
what he wanted to get out of his float. It's been a long time coming! How did
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with any questions or comments.
Dan joins Tom
after his second float to share some of his experience. We also learn some fun
facts about Coconut Water, and hear about his trip to South America.
from Zero Gravity Institute, joins Tom and talks about his long history with
floating, working in one of the float centers and finding tanks wherever he
could. 100 floats in 100 days is a fantastic way to start the new year! What is
your earliest memory? I guarantee Kevin has one from a younger age. If you
would like to float at the float place you can schedule a float at thefloatplace.com.
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takes you to school on how Groupon works, talks about AMC's new show Game of
Arms and getting a haircut with a bic lighter. Really. The dude broke out a Bic
Corey returns for his 2nd float and talks about how he felt after this first float, the beautiful scenic view of the Southern State Parkway, and looking back at past awkward experiences. I don't really have a maid, by the way.
Tom welcomes the CEO of Onnit.com, Aubrey Marcus, to talk about floating, and the
Onnit product line. Taking a risk that you know will work?
Tom tries his luck doing live
reads and talks about going to see Joe Rogan. Also, the reason why it's been so
long since the last podcast and contemplates bugging his room like a KGB Agent
to compensate for lack of material. Late night floaters and Bulletproof Coffee.
You never know who is coming into your life.
Carl from Float Nation joins
the FloatCast to tell us a little about the Float Documentary they filmed. They
traveled around the country checking out different centers, tanks and floaters.
What an awesome idea.
The FloatCast welcomes on Shane
Stott from ZenFloatCo.com to talk about how he first got into floating and his
first tank build. Shane, has a new tank that he is getting ready to release for
purchase soon and so told us a little bit about it. First time we had a guest
Skype in and the audio sounds great. Email me at [email protected] with any questions
Steve lives a fast
paced club live as a popular MC in the NYC Club Scene. Listen to how his life
has been affected by his time Floating.
We finally got a mixer and mic setup and the audio quality is much
better! We can also now Skype guests in and already have a few lined up! If you
operate a Float Center and want to come on The Floatcast Email me at [email protected]
Tom talks to Hardy
about his 3rd and longest float. Everyone needs to float! Eyes open? Eyes
closed? Huh? Bueller?
Chris stops by to talk about
his 2nd experience floating and Tom delivers some very big news for both The
Float Place and the industry as a whole.
Tom goes solo and talks about keeping his tank, room and
I can hear it already: "40 floats
in and he's giving advice? Who is this guy think he is?"
This is just from my experience as
Float Center Operator so far, my friends. Questions or comments: [email protected]
Jude stops by the Floatcast to talk about his experience at
The Float Place. Email us at [email protected]
talks about filling his tank, his first float in his tank and not buying a
Porsche. Don't Drink and Float.
and Rich talk to Tom about their first experience at The Float Place! Good
reviews from good people!
heater works a little too well... but don't worry we'll get it in order.
Updates on the progress of The Float Place, decisions we've
made on materials and also adding filters. Still low sodium but not for long.
Boston making progress and Connecticut making moves, or not moves rather.
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Tom gives updates on his progress and tells the tale of when
he got his tank. (You’ll think he’s fibbing).
For more info or to come and float at The Float Place check
out Thefloatplace.com or Email
us at [email protected]
talks about how he heard about floating, his first experience, and the float
community as a whole. Business plans for nothing?