John Dickerson of CBS This Morning Discusses Sensory Deprivation on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert
In a special preview of upcoming news, John Dickerson explores floatation therapy with CBS News Report sensory deprivation tanks ( starting at 6:10 in the above video).
CBS This Morning Anchor John Dickerson recently stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a chat about sensory deprivation. A growing trend in health and relaxation, Floatation Therapy is on the rise, buoyed in part by athletes and celebrities’ love of floating, as well as everyday people looking to relieve stress, ease pain, and enjoy heightened relaxation and mindfulness. If you’re new to floating, you may be wondering what floating in a sensory deprivation tank is really like.
We’re about to find out about a floaters’ first experience in a new CBS This Morning segment featuring morning show anchor John Dickerson’s experiment with floatation therapy scheduled to air Wednesday, April 25th, 2018.
At Lift, we’re always excited to see float therapy, also known as sensory deprivation, featured and discussed in the news, and this past week didn’t disappoint!
Highlights from John Dickerson’s Interview with Stephen Colbert
Unplugging from technology for 60 minutes in the float tank and becoming what he calls “the 19th Century” John Dickerson, Dickerson previews his experience with sensory deprivation, describing it in his interview with Colbert as “calming, controlled, concentrated meditation,” and expands on the healing benefits he experienced. You won’t want to miss his segment next week on CBS This Morning, so stay tuned and watch it with us!
Dickerson mentions in the interview that he’d like to try floating again without the cameras; we’d love to invite him to Lift / Next Level Floats to continue his floating journey!
Come float with us at Lift!
Shout out to Stephen Colbert and John Dickerson – we’d love to invite you both to be our guest at Lift Floats and come out for that “double float date” you quipped about on the show!
We’d love to help you out with that “squirrel hatchery” going on in your brain, Stephen Colbert. A break away from the news with 60 minutes of blissful relaxation in the tank may be just what you need!
And we’d love to help you continue your journey with floating John Dickerson and offer you the opportunity to experience the cumulative mind, body, spirit benefits of a regular floating practice.
How can floating help you?
If you haven’t as yet discovered the healing practice of floatation therapy, read more about the benefits of floating and how it can help you feel better, think better, and live better.
Are you ready to immerse yourself in the healing practice of floating? Purchase a float today and start reaping the healing mind/body benefits.