Are there any restrictions on who can float?
You cannot float if your hair is freshly dyed a vivid semi-permanent color. If you are able to see color bleeding in the shower or on your towels, you will not be allowed to enter the tank. You may use a swim cap, although it is not recommended, since you will be hyper aware of it's presence due to the lack of other external sensory input.
You cannot float if you are in the first trimester of your pregnancy, or on/very close to your due date.You cannot float if you have any large wounds or communicable skin diseases. If you feel confident that a wound you have is small enough to be easily covered with vaseline, it should not be an issue. The salt does sting if you have cuts or scrapes, and we provide vaseline with which to cover them.
You cannot float if you experience uncontrolled seizures/epilepsy.
Can I bring a friend?
Yes! We have four private float suites and three treatment rooms for massage.
How long should I expect to be there?
Give yourself at least 30 minutes in addition to your scheduled session length. This gives you time to shower and change before and after your float, as well as a complimentary 15 minute session in our Zero Gravity massage chairs before your float. If this is your first float session, you will also receive a brief orientation. You are welcome to take your time and relax in our lounge after you float.
What if I'm claustrophobic?
Our float rooms are 6' x 7' x 8' and feels as if the ceiling is opening up once the light goes off. You can also leave the door to your float room open for as long as you'd like. Keep in mind that you have full control over your experience- you may turn the light on, open the door, or get out whenever you'd like.