Beginner’s Guide to Floating

4 things to know before you float

  • Don’t shave or wax beforehand (the salt will sting)
  • Remove your contacts
  • It’s best to eat a small meal and avoid caffeine right before floating
  •  Don’t consume drugs or alcohol prior to your appointment
  • At Clark Salon and Spa, we will cover the bascis together and answer your questions


what is the process?

  • First, you shower
  • Second, put in earplugs and step into the float room
  • Third, lay back and let the water do the work. Just float!
  • When the time is up, the light will come on. Carefully step out.
  • Rinse off the salt water


woman floating in a float tank

Floatation Therapy, also called Sensory Deprivation, relaxes the mind and body.

what does floatation therapy feel like?

Floatation therapy is a unique experience that is perceived differently by individuals, but most commonly it is described as relaxing in outer space.

 The 1.100 pounds of Epsom salt creates a gravity free environment that enables you to completely let go of muscle tension, and the water is kept at a temperature that is skin-receptor neutral, which means you lose track of where your body ends and the water begins. 

Ideally, you should float in complete darkness with no sound (sensory deprivation) so that you can be free of external stimuli and achieve maximum relaxation. But, at Clark Salon and Spa you are in complete control of your experience and can choose to listen to music and also to have a light on. 

what are the benefits of float therapy?

Physical Benefits include:

  • relaxes muscle tension
  • decreases high blood pressure
  • soothes joint pain
  • reduces headaches

Mental Benefits Include:

  • stress relief
  • positive effect on anxiety and depression


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