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What is Float Therapy?

Floating is a unique opportunity to completely relax your body and mind.  Perfectly supported by a skin temperature solution of Epsom salt and water, you'll lose track of where your body ends and the water begins.  Basking in total weightlessness, you'll release all the tension stored in your muscles, allowing your mind to rest like never before.  You will emerge with a euphoric afterglow that can last for days.

Why float?  Check out our top ten reasons below.  We offer 60-minute float sessions.

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So, you’ve made an appointment and are preparing to come in for your first float…  What do you do?  What do you bring?  The short answer is: all you need to bring is yourself, and an excited and open mind for what’s to come.  Please follow these few tips.

First Time Tips

  • We will provide you with everything you need, including a towel, shampoo, body wash, ear plugs, petroleum jelly (for minor cuts or scrape), Q-tips, a makeup wipe, a hair comb and a bottle of water.

  • We recommend floating in the nude.  You will have an entirely private room with a shower…so whether or not you choose to wear a bathing suit, nobody will know!

  • If you wear contacts it is important to remove them before you float. Don’t forget to wear glasses to your appointment or bring a storage container for your contacts!

  • Have a small meal an hour or two before your appointment.

  • Avoid caffeine for at least a few hours before your float.

  • Don’t shave for at least 24 hours beforehand. (However, shaving your face is usually not a problem).

  • Show up at least fifteen minutes early for your first float to receive an introduction to floating.


We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.  We must emphasize that only a trained medical professional can provide diagnoses or give medical advice.  The information shared on this page is not a substitute for professional medical guidance.  Float therapy tanks are generally safe.  We recommend when it comes to your health and specific medical concerns you always consult with a trusted medical physician.  They can assess your circumstances and provide accurate information regarding any potential risks or interactions related to float therapy.  




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