As well as being the managing director of The Float Spa, Camille is also a mum of two and it was due to her daughter, Dali, becoming ill that Camille discovered floating. Poor Dali suffered a serious illness in 2014. Fortunately, she made a full recovery but the experience was incredibly traumatic for Camille who had to juggle her daughter’s recovery with a full time stressful job and found herself suffering from PTSD. Her father suggested she try floating to alleviate her symptoms. She was so impressed with the results she decided to open her own floatation centre here in Brighton and Hove as there wasn’t one in the area at the time. Since opening the spa on Third Avenue in Hove, Camille floats regularly and has discovered the wonders of yoga too. Her experience of yoga has also been so positive that she is now Chair of the Trustees of the Brighton Yoga Foundation charity, which endeavours to bring all the benefits of yoga to as many people as possible.
Camille is immensely proud of what she has achieved in opening The Float Spa and takes real pleasure from seeing so many people whose lives are improved by regularly floating and/or doing yoga. She’s also delighted that her staff have embraced her healthy living philosophy and reap all the benefits of everything The Float Spa has to offer.
Since opening The Float Spa, Camille has trained as a meditation teach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and under the guidance of Behavioural Scientist BJ Fogg is a trained habiteer – something which she is hugely passionate about. Camille is fascinated how and why people make last changes in their life – the very same changes she made back in 2014. Camille now offers coaching to help others make healthier lifestyle choices to their lives. Book in for a discovery call via www.camillepierson.co.uk.