About Us

We started Floating in London in 2011 and were pretty much hooked from the start. Floating helped us in many ways, reducing stress, reducing anxiety and giving ourselves some much needed mental & physical rest. We both worked in a Pupil Referral Unit in East London which was tough, not only did we need to manage our own feelings and emotions we also had to manage those of the pupils in our care. Many of them had a tough upbringing, had experienced trauma and abuse. Floating was our escape, our time to process our thoughts and create a reflective practice. This gave us a better understanding of ourselves which made it easier to manage the more challenging young people.

We know Floating played a major part in changing our perception on life and changed the path we were on. 

We opened the centre in July 2015 to open people's minds, offering them a new perspective and way of viewing themselves and the world around them. It is great to see people leaving the centre with a smile on their face, making a difference and creating a community of like minded people is what drives us to be the best we can be.

 

We hope you take the opportunity to give floating a go, who knows where it will lead you!

Michael & Tina Cordova

Name: Tina Cordova (Co-owner & Float Guide)

How many years have you been floating? 

8 years (Since 2011)

What key skills do you have that you bring to the centre?

  • Trained Teacher

  • Level 2 Counselling Skills

  • Safeguarding Officer

 

I understand the importance of creating a quiet space and why it is important to feel listened to in a safe environment.

What do you love about floating?

Floating has given me ‘clarity,’ in life by opening my mind and heart to new levels of consciousness and depth of feeling which I otherwise would not have experienced.

Who inspires you to grow as a person?

My mother is compassionate and a self-starter who meets life with enthusiasm and positivity.

Tell us a fun fact about you?

I once starred in an Agatha Christie play ‘A Murder is Announced,’ as a Hungarian maid (I was complimented on my performance and an audience member asked if I was Hungarian).

Name: Michael Cordova (Co-owner & Float Guide)

How many years have you been floating? 

8 years (Since 2011)

What key skills do you have that you bring to the centre?

  • Level 2 Psychodynamic Counselling Skills

  • Explorer of consciousness & lucid dreaming

  • 8 yrs working in hospitality

  • Teaching

 

Creating a warm, friendly and safe environment is fundamental in making sure our clients have the best experience so they can get the most out of their float session and time with us.

 

What do you love about floating?

Floating has the ability to change lives, this is something I see on a regular basis with many clients. It had a profound effect on me I was less stressed, less anxious, had more clarity, became more confident, had more ideas and accessed higher levels of consciousness.

Who inspires you to grow as a person?

I am a firm believer in Stoic philosophy and the writings of Marcus Aurelius. His writings have helped guide me and focus on what I can change in my life to help me grow.

Tell us a fun fact about you?

I have been DJ’ing since I was 13 (1993) and ran a record label for a short time.

Floating Point Float Centre, Bourne House, Horseshoe Road, Pangbourne, RG8 7JQ

Phone: 0118 327 2490 

Email: moreinfo@floating-point.co.uk

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