Float Science Sessions
Bringing float research out of the laboratory and into the community
Floating and the Immune System
with M.C. Flux
November 21st, 2020 @ 3:00pm PST
We’re excited to announce the creation of the Float Science Sessions. We hope that these presentations will help to inform the floatation industry on some of the most interesting research in the world of floatation therapy.
New research is key to helping us understand floating and it’s benefits, and scientific evidence is an important part of raising the general awareness of floating as a therapy.
These presentations should help distill some of the most interesting aspects of floatation research and offer great material for your marketing and messaging.
Furthering the science behind the float industry has been a longstanding goal of ours, and we are excited to start taking major steps in helping to spread research and results with the community.
In this Session, M.C. Flux revisits (his blockbuster, show stopping, standout 2018 Float Conference talk about) how floating impacts the immune system by sharing what we’ve learned since he addressed the topic at the 2018 Float Conference. This deeper dive into baseline and reactive immune system functioning will revisit the previously reported data from a fresh perspective, while also providing potential insights into the long term effects of regular floating on our immune system. Be sure to bring the questions you weren’t able to ask at previous Float Conferences, as the talk will be followed by a moderated Q&A discussion.
Ph.D. Student Researcher with the Float Clinic and Research Center
Flux has been doing research science for over a decade in about a dozen different labs on topics ranging from biotechnology to mental health.
From roots firmly planted in cell and molecular biology, Flux has an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder looking at the mental health effects of social identity formation, and is currently working on a double PhD in Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience at CU Boulder where his work lies at the intersection of molecular biology, neuroscience, and mental health. His dissertation work primarily focuses on the effects of Floatation REST on anxiety and the immune system.
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