Frequently Asked Questions
Nope. Since you float nude, there’s no need for a swim suit. If you are doing a couples session and prefer to not be nude, then you’ll need to bring one. We provide earplugs, towels, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, blow dryers, and anything else you might need. If you have long hair and would like to brush it after your session, bring a brush.
People with claustrophobia consistently report no problems with floating, and all of our float tanks are, in fact, gigantic rooms. If you are particularly claustrophobic or anxious, try your first float in our Infinity Room. Its completely open with no door and built specifically with you in mind. If you can get in a bath tub, you can float in Infinity.
Our typical sessions are 90 minutes, but we also book sessions for up to 180 minutes. Our minds are so used to the stimulation overload that we experience on a daily basis, so entering such a relaxed state may feel abnormal or difficult at first. We encourage you to focus on your breathing and try and relax into any boredom or restlessness you feel. If you experience any discomfort, sickness, or anything else that causes you to want to end the session early, you are totally welcome, and we encourage you to trust your intuition. Our zen room is a great place to chill out if you need some time afterward.
Nope. With the specific gravity of our float solution, its impossible for a human being to not float. Sleeping is commonplace in the float tank. The worst that could happen is you might get a bit of salt in your eyes, and we have a fresh water squirt bottle in the tank just in case.
Totally. We can accommodate groups of 2 at the same time if you are floating separately or 4 if two couples are floating together.
Yes! Bring your significant other or a plus one. Our tanks are spacious and designed with couples in mind. Just remember, no funny extra curricular activities in the tank that would result in contaminated water and a cleaning fee.
Our typical sessions are 90 minutes, but if you book back to back sessions, you can float for 3 hours.
Floating is not only safe for pregnant women, but is highly encouraged! Float sessions not only provide you with stress relief and weightlessness, but coupled with the Epsom salt’s anti-inflammatory properties, a float session can really ease the strain on a pregnant body. The quiet, stimulus-free environment is a beautiful opportunity to connect more closely with your baby as well.
3-4 weeks is typically what it takes to allow new tattoos or piercings to heal enough so that the high salt content of the water will not be irritating or damaging to the tattoo.
For guests with recently colored hair or highlights, we recommend not floating until roughly one week after treatment because the salt can strip color. Temporary hair coloring can stain our tanks and requires three weeks to stabilize prior to floating. Once the color stops running when you wash and towel it, you are clear to float. If you float too soon after dying your hair and stain our float tank, you will be liable for a cleaning fee.
Sure thing, just bring the proper accoutrements as if you were swimming at a public pool. We recommend using a tampon, a cup, or a disc if that’s your preference. We do provide organic cotton tampons in our bathrooms in case you forget or encounter a surprise.
94-96 degrees which is skin receptor neutral. We aim for temperature to be a non-factor. If you run particularly cold, consider our Infinity float room, as its usually slightly warmer air temperature.
Not often. Usually our schedule fills up so you are better off booking online or calling ahead to book your session.
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