before you book, read these quick tips on what to expect
We’ve put together this guide of personal pro-tips and FAQs for how to prepare for your appointment. Let us know if you have any questions by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by giving us a call.
preparing for your float session
Book a Pre-float Massage Chair Session
Booking yourself a 15 minute massage chair session for BEFORE your float is a total game changer! It’s the perfect way to help relax your mind and body before entering your float. Select a 15 minute time slot before your float appointment!
Skip the Coffee
Make a note to skip the coffee on the day of your float. To get the most out of your float experience, avoid caffeine and other stimulants for at least 4 hours prior to your session.
Eating Before Your Float
Both hunger and a full stomach can be distracting and uncomfortable during a floating session. We recommend a light meal up to an hour and a half before your float, but do what feels right for you!
Things We Provide
We provide a robe, towel, and disposable earplugs for your float appointment. Each of our private float rooms are equipped with their own private showers and an area for changing. You will be asked to shower off BEFORE and AFTER your float. There will be shampoo, conditioner, body wash and a washcloth provided for you in your float room.
Skip the Shave
Go au naturale the day of your float. Salt water may irritate freshly shaven skin, so we recommended you to skip the morning shave.
Yoga & Meditation
It is said that yoga movements help to prepare the body for Savasana. Both yoga and mediation before your float can help prep your mind and body to relax while remaining conscious and alert during your float.
If you have recently colored your hair, we recommend waiting for 6-8 washes before you can safely float. Play it safe and wait it out!
Things to Bring
We provide common beauty products as well as a hairdryer for you to use after your float. We recommend bringing your own hairbrush, hair tie, lotion, contact solution and anything else that you will need to get ready after your float.
What to Wear
Come as you are! Each float room has a dedicated space for to place your belongings during your float. We recommend bringing a change of comfortable and loose fitting clothes to put on after your float… you’ll be thankful!
Float in the nude. Get naked!
We recommend floating in the nude for the best experience! You are welcome to wear a swim suit if that’s what you will feel most comfortable in.