Canterbury carer Angela Prosser wants to make a difference in the lives of disabled children. Having spent her life as a massage therapist studying fitness and nutrition, she knows a thing or two about wellbeing – and she believes the Floatstar floatation pod is the best thing for wellbeing there is.
These floatation pods remove stress, improve sleep, speed healing amid a score of other benefits – and Angela wants the opportunity to set up the first one ever in Christchurch for everyone to experience. She reckons it’s the closest you can get to zero-gravity – which sounds pretty good to us! We got in touch with Angela to hear more about this amazing invention and how she’s finding the campaign for it.
How are you finding the campaign so far?
The campaign is a lot of work! But it’s quite extra-ordinary how wonderful people are. I have found it’s best not to second guess who will be my biggest supporters, so long as I keep bringing the campaign to new people it keeps on moving. This process is putting me in touch with some very beautiful souls.
What do you have planned for the rest of the campaign – anything for us to look forward to?
I am waiting to hear from some potentially larger donors to help boost the total along and have contacted some sports groups to see if they would like to by subs with larger pledges since floatation therapy has proven benefits for athletic performance.
Plus I have an angel who will lend me $20K at the end if I manage to get the rest pledged.
Anything you want to shout out to your crowd?
HUGE THANKS to the amazing people who have so generously pledged so far – they are wonderful brilliant people. I simply want to create a place where peace can be found – by the people who need it the most – and post -quake Canterbury needs it more than many.
If you want to support Angela’s awesome campaign and get your own five minutes of float-time, check it out right here.