• Is there anything I should consider before I decide to float?
    • It is best to limit caffeine intake before floating. We also advise that you refrain from shaving the morning of your float. If it is your first float, plan to arrive 10-15 min before your scheduled appointment for a tour of the facility and an overview on the mechanics and operation of the float tank.
  • Do I need to bring a bathing suit?
    • No.  A bathing suit would add unnecessary sensory input.  Additionally, due to the high levels of salt, any article of clothing you take into the tank will become caked in salt as they dry.
  • Do I need to bring anything?
    • We ask our guests to bring a towel, if it's convenient. We provide face towels and all necessary toiletries. If you would prefer to float using a neck pillow, please ask us for one when you arrive (before or after formalities are exchanged, we won't be offended).
  • Is it possible to drown?
    • No. The salt solution is denser than a human body.  Even if you fall asleep you will remain afloat!
  • How do you keep the salt solution and tanks clean?
    • Between each float session, the solution (which is saltier than the DEAD Sea) passes through a five micron sediment filter and a NSF-certified UV filtration system.  The entire solution passes through these filters three-four times.  Additionally, we maintain a 50-100 ppm concentration of hydrogen peroxide ensuring complete sanitation of the salt solution.
  • Will the salt dry out my skin?
    • No, your skin will feel great after your float, thanks to the Epsom Salt (Magnesium and Sulfur). Both Magnesium and Sulfur play important roles in the health of your skin and nails.  You will not prune either!
  • What if I am claustrophobic?
    • We have custom designed some of, if not the, largest float surfaces that exist today.  Our tanks are nearly six foot wide by nine foot long, and they have seven-foot tall ceilings, making them spacious enough to stand up and walk around in.  They are noticeably larger than bathtubs and some describe them as "small pools".  You may leave your float tank door slightly ajar even.  If you're concerned, feel free to stop by and take a look at the tank area for yourself anytime.  
  • Can more than one person float in a tank at a time?
    • One person per tank please.  Even though our tanks can fit two people side by side, the sensory input of having someone floating in the tank, bumping into you, causing you to bump into the wall, and then back into them until you felt like some sort of human sensory deprived pinball, would be antithetical to the experience in our opinion.
  • Can I float if I color my hair?
    • We recommend not floating for at least 48 hours after you color your hair. If you use hair straightening treatments with keratin, floating is not recommended, as the salt will disrupt the hair treatment.
    • Some people like to use a swimmers cap, feel free to do so, although we do not provide them.