Thank you for your support, folks!

We're privileged to have opened Canberra's first float centre in 2016 and we're incredibly proud to launch Australia's first fully accessible float studio, with float baths and a patient lifter to allow people with mobility issues to try floating, in 2018.

Astral Float Studio is now in two convenient locations

Contact us to make a booking or to find out more about floating. Call Astral Float Studio in Bruce on (02) 6109 0117 or Phillip on (02) 6109 0116.

You’ll find the southside studio at shop 3 of 25 Dundas Court, Phillip 2606. From Townshend Street, turn east onto Dundas Court and you’ll find Astral Float Studio between Addicted to Fabric and Foot and Thai Massage. Two-hour free parking is available around Dundas Court. Call the studio on 61090116 if you’re lost!

You’ll find the northside studio at ‘The Hub’ 83/15 Braybrooke Street, Bruce ACT 2617 open 7 days a week, from 8:00am – 11:00pm. Sometimes we might open later if there isn’t anyone booked in first thing. We’ll just be up the road testing the tank solution and getting supplies for the studio. And if the last floater cancels their session, we might even have an early mark!

Use this as a guide to get to the studio – follow the yellow highlighted path! Turn onto Kentish lane from Braybrooke Street, turn left (almost immediately) into the car park and head towards the garage doors. There are four orange cones in the car parks directly in front of the studio. These are reserved for Astral Float Studio customers.

Astral Float Studio location
Astral Float Studio is located on the ground floor

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Introducing the team


Sarah Tisdell

In 2014 Sarah tore her Achilles tendon playing netball 12 weeks out from her wedding. Instead of opting for surgery, she let her Achilles heal naturally. To make sure she was able to walk down the aisle, Sarah decided to float regularly. Floating helped more oxygen, through increased circulation, get to the site of the tear, allowing her Achilles to heal faster. Thinking back to her first time in a float tank, Sarah felt like she was floating through space – there’s no better feeling!