It's OK to ask questions, below might have your answer!
Just yourself. Towels, showers, soap and shampoo, ear-plugs, etc. for your float will be provided at check-in. We also provide post-float prep rooms equipped with hair dryers, deodorant, hair spray etc.
The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other salts, has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind, and soul. Some of the countless health benefits include relaxing the nervous system, curing skin problems, soothing back pain and aching limbs, easing muscle strain, healing cuts, treating colds and congestion, and drawing toxins from the body.
Absolutely! Just give us a call and we can transfer your float to the person of your choice.
People with claustrophobia consistently report no problems with floating. You’re always in control of your environment, you can play music, turn on soothing lights or even keep the door open.
The water level in our tanks are only 10 inches deep. This water is so buoyant that you body floats to the top effortlessly. It is very common for floaters to fall asleep.
The highly sterile salt water is fully filtered three times between each float through a 1 micron pool filter (that’s 1/100th the diameter of a human hair!) and is sanitized with a combination of UV light and Ozone.
Absolutely! You can’t float together in the same tank though, but you can book floats at the same time.
Most people dont wear anything when floating, and this is what we recommend as well. Anything you wear while floating will become heavy with epsom salt and cause a distraction during your float.
Not only is it safe but it’s encouraged! Some say floating is “a pregnancy must!” Floating allows you to escape the added stress and weight of pregnancy by being in a weightless environment, taking the strain off of your body. We have also heard testimonies that it is an awesome way to bond with your baby.
Yes. Just follow the same protocol you would for a public swimming pool or hot tub.
Our float tanks have been tested with floaters weighing up to 350 pounds who have been able to float without issue.
Floating has been around for over 40 years, and has oodles of published research to back it up. No mumbo or jumbo here.