Bec, Courtney and Lyn make up the team at Albury Float Room.

At Albury Float Room we also have access to Myotherapy, Remedial Sports and pregnancy massage are all available in addition to the float tank. We are located in beautiful South Albury where there is shady unlimited parking in our tree lined street.


Bec Quinlivan

Having a passion for fitness and wellness, Bec opened the Albury Float Room in December 2014. She is so excited to be offering this kind of treatment on the Border. The float room has already had a number of clients through the doors and has seen some amazing transformations. Clients are floating regularly for a range of conditions and pure relaxation. Due to demand Bec has also recently undertaken relaxation massage training and will further develop this and train further in this area. Being active and having a busy lifestyle Bec benefits from the tank greatly and is why she loves and is so passionate about floatation and massage therapy.

Courtney Gordon

Courtney has been a Remedial Massage Therapist since 2014, most recently completing her Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy at the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy in 2015. Courtney enjoys working on a vast range of injuries, most particularly those related to sport as she has a large background in netball and understands how prone the body can be to injuries. Her techniques include dry needling, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and cupping whilst also incorporating relaxation, pregnancy and hot stone massage for people looking for some much needed time out. Courtney has a great passion for Myotherapy and how the body works. She is always eager and ready to help you feel the best you can.

Lyn Wraith

Lyn joined the float room team in 2015 due to demand, you will find Lyn busily working behind the scenes and also assisting with float clients. When the business expanded so rapidly Bec couldn’t think of a better person to add to her team – her mum! Lyn has 4 children and 4 grandchildren which keeps her busy when not at work.


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