Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I prepare for my float? What should I bring?
Start by remembering why you are looking at floating in the first place – to relax in a calm, peaceful environment.
Prepare by relaxing, avoiding caffeine, and not shaving the day of your appointment, as any tiny nicks or cuts might sting for a short period of time.
Bring a bathing suit if you’re not ready to float nude. We provide towels, toiletries, and more.
Is the water changed between sessions?
What types of tanks do you have?
Check out the Our Tanks page for details on our tanks.
Can I float if I'm claustrophobic? Can I leave early?
Can I float if I can't swim?
What if I fall asleep?
Many do! The buoyancy keeps you safe and comfortable.
Is there an age limit?
Can I float while pregnant or menstruating?
We recommend consulting your doctor before floating while pregnant, and we prefer it if you are not in the first trimester of pregnancy. While there are no known issues with floating during the first trimester, since that is usually the riskiest time for the baby to develop, we do not want to be thought of as a reason for something going wrong. Women often report enjoying the pain relief of weightlessness and the soothing muscles in the Epsom Salt.
Can I float after dying my hair or getting a self-tan?
***if you cause stains to the tank/cabin and we need to replace water or cancel floats, you will be charged accordingly***
Do I need an appointment? Is there a cancellation policy?
While we understand that sometimes ‘life happens,’ we also ask you to understand when somebody no-shows or cancels at the last minute, we lose our income. This can be detrimental to a small business. If there is a problem, please call as soon as possible to come up with an amicable resolution. We want you to float, but you are responsible for your own planning and we will take your float credit for a last-minute cancellation.