What should I expect from a Float?
Every person’s float experience is unique. Some people instantly take to floating and are able to experience a completely relaxing float during their first session, while others require several sessions before they are able to completely relax in the sensory-deprived environment. Similarly, some people feel extremely relaxed post-float, while others feel energetic. Come with an open mind and let the experience of floating take you where it will.
What if I am claustrophobic?
We offer a flotation cabin, as opposed to the traditional flotation tank. While the drawback of a flotation tank is the enclosed space, flotation cabins are spacious enough to stand in, and seldom a concern for even the most claustrophobic of floaters. If you are concerned, please book a tour of our float room to see where you will be floating.
Is it sanitary?
Yes! The water in a flotation cabin is the most sanitary water you will likely every enter. After each floater, the water runs through three filtration systems, including UV and ozonator systems. In addition, with the natural bacteria-killing qualities of salt, the water inside the tank is cleaner than tap water. We take every precaution to provide you with the cleanest, safest, and most relaxing experience possible.
What do I wear?
Nothing, as swimsuits may contain detergents that would strain our filtration as well as detract from the flotation experience.
How often do I need to float to achieve benefits?
You will experience benefits after only one float. However, like any therapy, consistent and repeated usage amplifies the results. Expect to float two to three times before you fully realize the unsurpassed feeling and positive difference that floating can make.
What do I bring?
The following toiletries are provided: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion, makeup remover, hair brushes, deodorant, hair dryer, curling/flat irons. You may bring a toiletry bag with facial products, shaving products, and makeup.