FAQ about floatation therapy and our float center

Floatation therapy FAQ

Is this some new-age fad?

No, flotation therapy has been around for 50 years. It is based on a scientific approach to deep relaxation and it is not a new-age fad.

How do I float?

There is 1100+ pound of Epsom salts in our tanks. The density of the salt is what allows you to float. It takes no effort at all.

Will I drown if I fall asleep?

No. Some people fall asleep while floating and that
is fine. The salt will keep you floating upright keeping you safe. There is an intercom in each pod and we can always wake you up when your session is over. 

I’m claustrophobic, how will I feel while floating?

Many people with claustrophobia have had no problem at all. You can always leave the lid open and get out anytime you want. You are always in control of
your environment.

How are the tanks kept clean?

Our pods have a state of the art filtration system that runs 24/7 while not in use. The water is filtered between floaters. The pods have an ultraviolet and ozone purification system which keeps the water clean and clear. We also use a low level of chlorine.

What do I need to bring?

We supply everything you need. You will float naked in the pod so no need to bring a swimsuit. If you would like to bring your own towel
& flip flops that is fine.


You should not shave, wax or tan the day of your float. The high salt content can irritate skin.
Do not wear any skin products. If you have hair coloring that has not set you will not be able to float. Eat a small meal a few hours before your appointment, you do not want to be hungry while floating. Women on their menstrual cycle will not be allowed to float. The appointment will need to be rescheduled and you will not be charged.

We have four rooms available. Two rooms are a relaxing grey and the other two are a calming purple. We have a handicap accessible room with a larger shower. If you need this room please call us to reserve it.