With the rise in popularity of aura photography, I’m sure you’ve seen at least one person post their’s on Instagram. As a kid, I used to giggle at the idea of an aura but between yoga and my previous experience of working in a holistic health center, my mind has been opened. All of that stuff that’s considered “woo-woo,” I not only probably know about it, but it’s also likely I’ve tried it first hand. And now I’ve had my aura photographed too.
It took me long enough, but last week I finally went back to Flo2s for an infrared sauna session. I had previously gone for float therapy, which you can read about here. I know a few people that swear by infrared saunas, including my best friend, so I booked my appointment to start off my long weekend. Infrared saunas are different from traditional saunas in that they use infrared light to warm up your body and core temperature directly.
If you follow any wellness blogger or health and wellness website, you have probably heard about collagen. It’s one of the biggest trends right now. People are putting it in their coffee, tea, matcha, and smoothies. They say you can even bake with it. One of my goals this year is to experiment more with food so I thought, why not try it?
Last Tuesday I went to Flo2S, in Little Five Points, to try Float Therapy, or as some call it, a sensory deprivation tank. Why, you may be asking? For Christmas, I received a set of yoga clothes that I wasn’t happy with. I returned it, and my parents asked me what I wanted instead. Since I wasn’t going to paying for it, I asked myself, “What is something I’ve been wanting to try but haven’t been able to justify spending my own money on?” My best friend raves about infrared saunas, so I went on a google hunt for one locally.