Floating is about everything that won’t be doing.
You won’t be fighting gravity. The 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt dissolved in the water makes you completely buoyant as you lie on your back.
The water is kept at 94 degrees with the skin receptor neutral, which means you lose track of where your body ends and the water begins.
Your ears float just below the water line and with the rooms insulated makes for complete silence unless you want to float with spa music, which is an option!
Ideally, you float in total darkness to eliminate outside stimuli, however, you can also choose to multiple light therapy options to help keep you comfortable.
Some describe the experience as “floating in outerspace” and it is a great opportunity to block out the outside world and go deep inside yourself.
Your Mind is free to mull things over without distraction, your brain dumps dopamine and endorphins, while you rest, de-stress, and heal.
60 Minutes – $69
90 Minutes – $89
120 Minutes – $120
Do I need to bring anything?
No, just yourself. Towels, robes, earplugs, and everything else you need is provided.
What if I’m claustrophobic?
People with claustrophobia consistently report no problems with floating- especially since we have float room and not pods that you can step out of at any time. You are always in control of your environment.
How are the rooms kept clean?
The float room is sterile environment due to the high concentration of Epsom salt (each room contains over 1,000 pounds!) No microorganisms survive at the high level of salinity in the room.
Further, the water is fully filtered four times between each float, passing through a 10 micron filter, UV treatment and hydrogen peroxide to fully sanitize and clean the water. The trace amount of hydrogen peroxide is completely safe for hair and body.
Can I drown if I fall asleep?
No. You may fall asleep, but the water is so buoyant you stay afloat. The worst thing that could happen is getting woken up by a bit of salt water in your eyes. (we have a hand towel and clean water bottle nearby if that happens!)
Can I bring a friend?
Absolutely. You can’t float together in the same room, but you can book floats at the same time to occupy both rooms.