Day 1 - Arrival!
On Friday 23rd August, the tank arrived on a truck earlier than expected, which was the first challenge for a super-excited Lena (anyone who has seen Lena knows how busy she is and that she is almost ALWAYS with a client!). Lena was looking forward to taking photos of its arrival to share the journey with you all, however she was just about to take a client through for treatment when the tank arrived. When the tank arrived, she was thinking “my client is my first priority, so I will look after her and think about the float tank later”. Knowing that this was an exciting moment for us all at Inner Outer Health, Lena’s client encouraged her to take photos knowing that this moment was a once-in-a-lifetime moment (Lena says thank you – you know who you are!). Here is the beginning of the journey!
Lena’s excitement started to wane a little when the two couriers and Richard Meadows (the creator of Apollo Float Tanks) had to take the Float Tank into the bungalow out the back. Richard hung around to do some maintenance on our other Sensory Deprivation Tank, and had to call in a carpenter, because the doorway was not tall enough to fit the Float Tank through! Some structural adjustments were going to be made to get it in!
Our carpenter arrived first thing in the morning to cut a hole in the top of the doorway, to enable the Isolation Tank to fit into the room. The plasterer was also working, patching up the shower wall. Thankfully the carpenter was still around to help Richard bring in our Apollo Float Tank #2! You can see in the image below the extent of structural change that needed to be made - before this was taken, there was literally a big hole above the door, with no supporting structures in place.
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