Things To Know Before You Float

Before you begin floating you will shower in your private room. We provide shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. We also provide towels and robes. We suggest using the restroom before your float session but should you need to go while floating you can slip into a robe and walk across the hall to the bathroom. 

Cover all cuts with a waterproof bandaid, liquid bandaid or the provided petroleum jelly. 

We suggest using earplugs, also provided, to prevent water from getting into your ears. Should water get in your ears we suggest using swimmers ear. 

Women on their menstrual cycle should wear a tampon while floating.

If you have recently colored your hair we ask that it rinses clean for two washes before entering the tank. 

Women who are pregnant can float during their 2nd and 3rd trimester with their doctors approval. We highly suggest floating while pregnant to relieve the discomforts that come with pregnancy.

Please remove all jewelry and contact lenses before entering the tank.

Try not to consume too much food before floating but don't come hungry either. It is recommended that you don't have caffeine up to four hours before your session. No one under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be permitted to float. 

If you suffer from incontinence, nausea, or epilepsy, high blood pressure and are not on medication and have not consulted with your doctor we ask that you do not float. 

If you are under the age of 18 you will need a parents consent to float. 


After Your Float Session

When the filter kicks on you will know your session has ended. Carefully step out of the tank and into the shower. We have provided shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Please dry off and get dressed and then head to the bathroom where you will find a hair dryer should you need one. Any other amenities that you might need including deodorant, makeup, shaving supplies, hair styling products will not be provided. 

Please Vacate the room within ten minutes after your session so that we can prepare for the next float session.