I Scheduled My Float.
We are grateful that you decided to experience your first float with us. Floating has such amazing benefits on both the body and mind and we want to help guide you so you can have the best first float possible.
There is no thought to the actual ”floating” part of your experience...it’s as simple as showing up, showering off, stepping into the warm water and allowing yourself to let go. No need to bring anything but yourself because we provide everything you might need. Sounds easy, right? There are a few things you can do to make it that easy.
Tips for a great first float
Sign our online waiver to save time when you arrive
Arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment so we can give you a walk-through and answer any questions
Put in the provided earplugs (recommended for your first float)
Take a pre-float shower to remove any oils, lotions, makeup, and hair products
Step into the cabin and find your peace
Take a post-float shower to remove salt
Enjoy the post-float glow with a cup of tea/coffee in our lounge
Things you should know before you float
Eat a Light Meal
It’s best to eat a light meal an hour before your float. A heavy meal, hunger, or eating too close to your float will cause distractive
Freshly shaven skin can sting while floating. It’s suggested you don’t shave 24 hours prior to your float.
Skip the Caffeine
Caffeine can cause the jitters and heightened energy while floating...the opposite of what you want. We offer tea and coffee for after your float if you need that extra boost in your day.
Epsom salt is great for your hair and will not damage it. We ask that you do not float until hair dye is set (not running out when washing) and suggest waiting 2 weeks from time of hair treatment.
It is recommended to remove contact lenses before floating. We have saline and contact cases, all you need to do is ask.
Minor cuts and scrapes can sting while floating. You will find a small packet of vaseline in your float room that you can apply to protect your skin.
We provide basic toiletries: towels, washcloth, lotion, deodorant, hair products, brushes, combs, hair dryers and a curling iron. Feel free to bring your own if you prefer.