Many clients have! And we hope you do too. Since there's no way you can drown, falling asleep is perfectly normal and expected due to the complete relaxation you'll experience.
No. You have complete control during your float session, meaning you can open/close the lid at any time, keep the lights on/off, and can choose to play music if that helps you relax. Once you let yourself float calmly, you will notice any prior anxieties or nervousness diminishes.
Each pod has an advanced 24/7 ozone filtration system that is working when the pod is not in use. After every float session, the filter is run. There is also another filter and surface skimmer to ensure overall cleanliness. In addition to the state-of-the-art filters, the 1000 pounds of epsom salt naturally clean the tank and dissolve any bacteria due to the antiseptic properties of the salt.
We encourage pregnant mothers to float to help relieve many of their back pains associated with their pregnancy. In some cases due to the extreme silence in the pod, mothers have heard their baby's heartbeat.
Yes, we suggest you do. This way your empty stomach won’t cause for a distraction during your float. It is important to stay hydrated so drink plenty of water beforehand. We also provide chilled water and hot tea that you can bring into your private room.
Nothing! The feeling of clothing against your skin may distract you from the full sensory isolation experience. Also, bathing suits tend to carry lots of bacteria that we don't want infecting the pods.
If you notice that the hair dye is still coming out after 3-4 weeks, we ask that you wait to book your float until there is no dye running from your hair as you shower.
We provide Vaseline, Q-tips, and cotton balls in your private room for sealing any small scratches, scrapes, or cuts. Like going to the beach, salt water stings.
Avoid shaving up to four hours before your float – your skin could sting for up to ten minutes if you have shaved recently.