Halcyon Floats owner Keri McGinn joins Rachael and Elizabeth for a discussion on how water can be a thin place. They ask and answer questions such as, “What even is ‘floating’?, “How did Halcyon Floats come to be?”, and “How else can we access the power of water for healing in our everyday lives?”.
You can visit hacyonfloats.com for lots more information about the benefits of floatation therapy and to subscribe to their newsletter. You can also follow along on Instagram and Facebook.
Keri shared with us about her friend's non-profit organization Philly Unknown - which is “Bringing cohesion and bridging the gaps in communities one block at a time.”
As Philly grows stronger as a city and continues to show signs of forward progression in some areas, there are still many areas and neighborhoods/communities that have become neglected. Most of these communities don’t have the resources available to make them better.
The Philly Unknown Project intends to cultivate community cohesion and educate and advocate for those who can’t be a voice for themselves.
We are a grass roots non-profit that provides hand-to-hand outreach through several methods. We provide Compassion Bags, which serve as harm reduction kits containing snacks, t-shirts, socks, hygiene supplies, and other resources to provide hope for another day.