Paradise Float Spa – Self Love for Valentine’s Day
Founding One Hundred Spotlight
Paradise Float Spa opened its doors in December 2016 and has been providing relaxation and serenity to Annapolis ever since. And don’t we need some of that now.
Providing the highest level of customer service and a soothing atmosphere, Paradise Float Spa is making the world a better place, one float at a time.
Owner Denise Pearson started the business after a cross-country trip that left her stressed. When she started to book a massage from her hotel, she saw a listing for a mind and body float studio and took the plunge, so to speak.
After an hour in that tank, she emerged stress-free! Immediately she decided that she must do this again. After just a few more floats, and probably some involvement from the universe, she decided that she wanted to bring floating to others so she could see the ‘post-float glow’ in her own clients’ faces. And that’s how Paradise Float Spa began.
Denise is passionate about exceeding expectations in her three large, luxurious, lighted Ocean Float Rooms – no scary pods! The goal is to provide a superior customer experience before, during and after your float. Denise affirms that there are many benefits that can be derived from floating. Learn more in this short video.
Paradise Float Spa takes your health and safety extremely seriously, especially in light of COVID-19. More than 15 practices are in place to keep clients safe. Read more.
Valentine’s Day: Time for Self-Love
Denise has written a thoughtful blog about how it’s important to take care of yourself, and how floating can, without the distraction of external stimulation, help you practice mindfulness to bring you closer to yourself to better care for others. It’s sort of like putting your mask on first in a plane.
As Denise says: “So this Valentine’s Day, do yourself – and your loved ones – a favor. Treat yourself, not just to a pleasant and relaxing experience, but form that meaningful connection with who you are deep down. Go for a float, become one with the Nothingness you’re surrounded in, and come out ready to give everything you’ve got to those who need it. With the way this past year has been, it’s more important than ever to look out for each other, and that starts by looking out for yourself.”