Author: floatharder

Trauma Intervention Program

​Float For Philanthropy We’re excited to share that the recipient of our most recent Float for Philanthropy event is the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP). Their volunteers respond to traumatic situations as emotional first responders, providing emotional support for victims as well as their families. TIP volunteers show up to a massive range of situations including car accidents, drug overdoses and the sudden passing of loved ones. We are honored to be able t […]

Stacy Howe

Stacy Howe Welcome to Float Harder, my name is Stacy Howe and I hail from Worcester, Massachusetts and moved to Portland in 2008. I am one of the newest members of the team. Since I began working at Float Harder in December 2018 I have floated 31 times and counting! I am a fine artist when I am not facilitating your float experience. Floating helps me solidify my creative ideas. My artist practice has me doing a lot of high definition drawing and cutting paper and has taken its […]

Bella Weidner

July Feature Artist Bella Weidner was born in California in 1993 and has lived in different cities along the East Coast for most of her life.​She graduated from Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA in 2015 and later received her MAT from Maine College of Art in Portland, ME. Bella currently runs her custom art & design business (Bella Weidner Art) out of her home studio in Cumberland, ME. For more information […]

Special Olympics Maine

2nd Quarter Float for Philanthropy Winner! We are proud to announce another successful Float for Philanthropy event is in the books. Thank you to everyone that floated during this event, and helped us in giving back to our community. After all the votes were in, the winning charity was chosen, Special Olympics Maine! Our donation will support their vision to transform communities by inspiring people throughout the world to open their minds, accept and include people with intellectual disab […]

Jess Rexford

Jess Rexford  Originally from New Hampshire, I lived all over New England before deciding to call Maine home. Now a resident of Windham, I enjoy the quick commute to Portland, especially when the destination includes floating.After learning some friends had tried this thing called ‘floating’ a few years back I had to give it a go. As someone who enjoys the quieter parts of life, floating, with the relief it brings to the senses, and ability to really check in with the body and mind, […]