Win-It Weekend-Nalu Float Session

Friends, last month I shared my sensory deprivation float tank experience at Nalu Float and Healing Center here.

I’ve got some exciting news for you! FIT BFFs and Nalu have once again partnered to put one lucky, local (Rochester, MN area) giveaway winner into a 60 minute float session of tranquility and peacefulness! Many thanks to owner Jon Maki for making this giveaway possible!

Are you feeling lucky, Friends? I hope so! Wondering how to win? It’s easy, simply leave a comment below mentioning one way you find your peace or calm to fend off the everyday chaos.

Entries will be accepted between now and Tuesday, January 16th, midnight central time. One lucky winner will be randomly drawn and announced on Win-It Wednesday, January 17th.

Please note, this giveaway is for local Rochester, MN and surrounding area residents only…if you will not be in the Rochester area to redeem, please don’t enter.

I’ll be back Wednesday to announce the lucky winner who will be climbing in…

If you can’t wait to find out if you’ve won, stop by the Nalu Float and Healing Center website for details on how you can schedule an appointment for some soulful stillness!

9 thoughts on “Win-It Weekend-Nalu Float Session

  1. Running 🏃‍♀️ has become therapy for me. To the point my close family and friends know when ‘Nicole needs to go for a run…”

  2. How I find peace in the calm – yoga. Either by going to class or doing several half-sun-salutations and breathing slowly….

    (I have been meaning to try NaluFloat! I must go there…whether I win or not!)

  3. Every morning I say a short prayer of thanks that I am alive to enjoy another day. I find peace and joy in the upcoming day no matter how my body feels. I have had fibro myalgia since 1996 and every day can be a challenge to keep moving and get out and help others in any way I can.

  4. Friends and laughter and pettting my cat always diffuse my stress. Also exercise. Those endorphins rule. And of course Netflix watch while I ride my bike so I get double whammy distraction and endorphins !

  5. Peace and Calm are rare in a household with two lively boys (6 and 2years old) but when it does happen it looks like this– reading a book, running on my treadmill or doing homework for masters in quiet after the kids are in bed

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