Here at Rubicon Float Studio, we believe in many guiding principles. We believe life is beautiful, and worth living to the fullest. We believe that your dreams are worth following. We believe that helping others only makes life more fulfilling. We believe that, of all the smart investments that you can make, investing in your health & wellness is the best hands-down. We believe in challenging ourselves to make the right choices, all day, every day.
Floating is at the cross-section of these principles, not just for us, but for everyone. Floating is a powerful tool that enables the best in all of us, by maximizing our potential and making us whole again. More and more people are discovering this fact every day, and it’s our mission to ensure that the float experience you receive is the one you deserve: the best. At Rubicon Float Studio, we invite you to embark on a journey toward a better life, toward better health, toward optimizing yourself. And our work toward that goal is only just beginning.
Robert has always been a leader and a self-starter. He graduated with a BFA in Photography from the University of Washington in 2009. After school he founded the successful real estate photography company Washington Home Tours LLC.
After finding floating for himself he became passionate about bringing the experience to others. He has since become a Certified Pool Operator and took an apprenticeship in Float Tank Center business practices and procedures. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring this much-needed experience to the community.
Brian started working in the East Texas oilfields with his grandfather at the age of ten. Over six summers, he learned how to gauge wells, prepare reports and work on pumping units. He took the knowledge he gained during this time and began work- ing with his father at an Oklahoma oilfield supply store, restocking oilfield supplies and working on downhole pumps.
He has over fifty years experience in the oilfield from expert knowledge about every working part of an oil rig to ordering parts and assembling those parts. He is knowledgeable of pipe, valves and fittings. This might not seem like it relates to running a Float Tank Center, but you would be surprised at how much of it applies to maintaining a healthy float tank. Brian’s looking forward to his next venture with a change of scenery from Texas to Washington.