New Beginnings At The Float Spa

By Camille Pierson

Spring is the season of new beginnings.

Fresh buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again. Farmers and gardeners plant their seeds and temperatures slowly rise. The timing of these changes varies depending upon location.

What most people call spring relies on the astronomical definition of the word. Spring is generally considered the period between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Defined by the angle of Earth’s tilt toward the sun, astronomical spring relies on equinoxes and solstices to define it.

Equinoxes are special days during the year when day and night are almost equal. There are two equinoxes, one in the spring and one in the fall. The spring, or vernal, equinox occurred on March 20.

At The Float Spa we are proud to promote a new beginning for our newest addition to our therapy team. Meriel Davis is a very well regarded Chiropractor, who has been working with people of all ages, shapes and sizes for 7 years. With a BSc in human physiology and gained her masters degree in Chiropractic at the prestigious Anglo-European College of Chiropractic and a keen sportswoman herself she has a special interest in sports and extremity injuries. She regularly works at national and international athletics events and can be described as a movement health specialist optimising performance, health and well being. She takes a hands-on approach and delivers results consistently.

We hope you will welcome Meriel to the team, to book a treatment please contact reception on 01273 933680 or book here.

About the Author:

Camille Pierson
Camille is the managing director of the Float Spa and a Trustee of the Brighton Yoga Foundation. She’s immensely proud of the community she’s built at the float spa and takes real pleasure from seeing yoga & floating transform people’s lives. She’s also a mother of two.

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