When SHould i arrive?

Please arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled float. Any physical activity prior to your appointment will enhance your overall experience. Your body and mind will be more ready to deeply relax and succumb to the healing properties of the Epsom salts, as well as to let go metaphysically. 

What is provided?

Earplugs and Vaseline (for cuts) will be available in the bathroom if needed. We provide a shower (for before and after your float) with Lavender Sandalwood soap, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion as well as towels, washcloths, and a hairdryer. Stay relaxed after with our complimentary tea in our lobby equipped with wifi, comfortable furniture, color therapy glasses, bookshelf, and television.


Where should I park?

Two parking spots are available on the right side of the building's driveway. There is also street parking. Please do not park in our neighbor's driveway, they will tow.

How are the tanks cleaned?

The highly concentrated salt water is fully filtered four times through and sanitized with a UV + Ozone system and Hydrogen Peroxide between every floating session.


What if i am claustrophobic?

Fear not, you are always in control. You can keep the lid open and lights on if desired. Even when the lid is closed, your extended arm won't be able to reach the top of the tank.

Can I float longer than 60 minutes?

Of course! We encourage it. Just book two (or more) floats back to back.  We’ll leave you undisturbed to float right through. You’ll get the extra half hour of what’s normally cleaning and prep time between sessions as a bonus.


What if I wear contact lenses?

It would be a problem if any salt water got into your eyes. To avoid any concerns, you should remove your contacts. It is recommended to bring a case and solution for your contacts.

Will my dyed hair be okay?

If the dye doesn’t come off when you dry your hair with a towel, you’ll be okay in the tank. Anyone getting keratin treatments to their hair should avoid floating. An option is water proof bathing caps but will not be provided.


Can I float if I’m menstruating?

Yes, use the same precautions you’d use for a swimming pool or hot tub. Some females report vaginal burning and the use of a tampon at all times helps with the sensation.

 Can I float if I’m pregnant?

Pregnant women likely get the most relief from float tanks. Even lying on a bed can be extremely uncomfortable for a woman in the later stages of pregnancy due to gravitational strain placed on the body. Please consult with your doctor before floating.


What if I Fall asleep while floating?

Guests often drift in and out of sleep while floating. This gives your mind and body a deep level of rest unachievable anywhere else. Sleeping guests are gently woken at the end of their session with ruffles of waves from the start of filtration system.


Avoid shaving the day of, limit caffeine and food a few hours prior to your float for maximum relaxation. Some guests enjoy focusing on specific ideas and thoughts while others simply long for the peace and quiet of an hour alone; Many peacefully drift between the two. 


What do I wear?

Since it is a private experience, most people don’t wear any clothing while floating. Anything you wear will press against your body, becoming a distraction.

What if I have a sunburn?

Your skin requires time to heal, and may be extra sensitive to the high intensity of the Epsom salt. Please refrain from sun tanning or spray tanning sessions prior to floating. 


What if I get salt water in my eyes?

It will sting. A spray water bottle and wash cloth located inside of the tank will be provided to dab off. 

Can I bring a friend?

Absolutely. You will not be able to float together in the same room or tank, but you can book float within 15 minutes of one another.


Is there a cumulative effect to floating regularly?

Yes, with each float it’s easier to quiet the mind, manage incoming thoughts, and relax the body. Learning these skills deepen the level of comfort and relaxation experienced while floating.

How often should i float?

Once a month is good, twice a month is better, and every week is best.