Yes. Pregnant women find the weightless environment of the float chamber to be a tremendous relief for the body. We suggest you check with your health practitioner if you have any concerns.

There is no need to bring anything. We provide towels, bodywash, shampoo and conditioner for your pre and post-float shower, as well as earplugs. Our prep room has hair dryers and other amenities. You don't need a bathing suit since all pods and showers are in a private room. You may also want to bring a brush or comb and any other personal items that will make you feel more at home. If you wear contact lenses please bring a case and solution.

The high salt content of the water, along with a very small amount of disinfectant, protects the chambers environment from harmful bacteria. Our Evolution filtration system completely recirculates the water a minimum of 3 times between each client (compared to swimming pool water, which is typically turned over once per day). The water passes through a 1 micron filter and is treated with ozone and UV light. In addition, clients are required to shower before and after their session. This ensures that the chamber is crystal clear and clean for every client, every time.

Yes. You can safely fall asleep during your float and people often do! The buoyancy of the water makes it very difficult to roll over and your mouth and nose stay well above the water line. The water is only 11 inches deep so you can comfortably sit up if necessary.

Epsom Salt is wonderful for your skin, leaving it soft and silky after your float, with no 'pruning up.'

The water in the float chamber will come up past your ears. We recommend using earplugs, which are provided in each float suite. We also provide Q-tips in case you get any water into your ears.

Yes, just prepare as you would for swimming in a public pool.

Only one person allowed per chamber. Floating is very personal and having another person there takes away from the experience. You can definitely bring a friend and book appointments at the same time!

You are in control of your float at all times. You are welcome to float with the chamber door open and the lights on and still gain benefits. You can enter and exit the chamber during the float at any time. It is important to use the float chamber in a way that is most beneficial for you.

We have an ADA compliant float suite with an accessible shower. The chambers have a widened front area that can be used to sit on and pivot into the chamber, however you do need to be able to transfer safely in and out. We are happy to do whatever we can to accommodate your needs. Please call if you have questions.