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There's no way around it: pain, injuries and stress are part of life. Depending on who you are, you likely experience these things in your daily life -- anxiety about work, mild to moderate depression, discomfort from an athletic injury or a chronic condition like fibromyalgia. In many cases, it's tough to find relief. You might even feel like this is who you'll be for the rest of your life. Luckily, that doesn't have to be the case. In...

Many people who have never experienced our float tanks before wonder about sanitation. Rest assured that at Still Life Massage and Float, everything is done with utmost care. First, we are a licensed establishment and follow the strict guidelines of the Washington State Department of Health. We also hold ourselves to the highest standards for the health and safety of our clients and staff. Unlike the water found in a typical bathtub, our state of the...

If you've been involved in a car accident, getting a massage is one of the best things you can do to begin the healing process. In addition to decreasing pain and streamlining your recovery, a good massage can help soothe mental trauma and make it easier to move on with your life. Here are five big perks a massage from one of our professional massage therapists can offer you: 1. Pain Reduction Even if your car accident wasn't...

Sound Women's Health and Aesthetics is across the parking lot from us in Building 11 and we've begun a wonderful relationship with their staff!  We love that though we each offer different services, they compliment each other perfectly. Here's a quick intro about them: Sound Women's Health and Aesthetics brings together the best of both worlds: cutting-edge technology and a beautiful spa-like setting.  They have become the leaders in their industry by offering honest answers and personalized...

Starting in early childhood we are taught to occupy our time and our minds.  We soon begin to believe an idle mind is a wasted mind. We then fill up our brains with tasks and goals to achieve. Before long our minds become overloaded with "voices" telling us where we need to go when we need to be there, and how much we should have once we arrive.  Luckily as children, we are still encouraged...

We're always looking for first-hand float experiences to share with clients so they understand what this "Floating thing" is all about. We think Sarah, of Whatcom Talk, summed it up wonderfully. Check it out...

Craniosacral therapy is a deep and profound method of healing that utilizes light touch on specific points around the cranium, along the spine and at the sacrum. These subtle movements work at the deepest level in the body to affect the nervous system, touch the subconscious and allow the brain to move into theta wave, the space between restful awareness and drifting off to sleep. Craniosacral therapy is a modality that kindles the body’s inherent...