Know before you come
- Not to eat a heavy meal for at least a few hours prior to floating.
- Not shave the day of your float (or a minimum of 4 hours prior) as the salt will sting those areas.
- If you have any unhealed cuts or burns, we provide gel for protection.
- Keep the caffeine to a minimum beforehand
- If you have any unhealed cuts or burns, we provide gel for protection
- If you have recently dyed your hair, we ask that you hold off on scheduling an appointment.
- If you are menstruating, we ask that you hold off on scheduling an appointment
- The sanitation of our tanks is of the utmost importance.
- What do I do before floating?
If it’s your first time, we will give you a short introduction to the tanks and floatation in general (most of the info you will find in this website). When you’re ready, you will take a shower, as it is important to remove all hair products, soaps and lotions. Then you’re ready to float. No stretching required.
- What do I wear during a float session?
You can wear a bathing suit if you prefer, but most people do not wear anything while floating. The float tanks are in private rooms to ensure privacy.
- What if I get claustrophobic or just don’t feel right during the float?
At no time are you trapped in the tank. You can always sit up, open the door, get some air. You are under no obligation to stay in the tank for the entire float session. If you would like to schedule a time to see the tank before committing to a float, just give us a call.
- How does it end?
At the end of your float, we’ll gently knock on the door.