Get the Most from Your Float
The Day of Your Appointment:
- Avoid drinking caffeine – you want to be in a calm, relaxed state of mind
- Eat a light meal a few hours before – you don’t want to be overly full, nor do you want hunger causing a distraction
- Avoid shaving – freshly shaved skin can become irritated from the Epsom salt
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During Your Appointment
- Arrive to your appointment five to ten minutes early to fill out paperwork, if you choose not to do it online
- We’ll show you to your private float room and explain where everything you’ll need is
- We’ll then leave you to take a quick pre-float shower, then you’ll step into the tank
- After 90 minutes, you’ll hear music start to play, this is your cue to get out of the tank
- Take a quick post-float shower and get dressed
- Join us up front for a glass of tea or water (completely optional)
Photo courtesy of: REST Float Spa & Olympian Sammy Achterberg
What To Bring
- Swimsuits are optional, however we suggest not wearing any clothing because you won’t fully lose the sensation of touch otherwise.
- Aftercare products if you choose (hairbrush, hair dryer, lotion, deodorant, etc.)
We Supply the Essentials
- We supply everything essential for your float – towel, washcloth, shampoo/conditioner, body soap, earplugs and individual petroleum jelly packets.
Why Commit to Three?
We always suggest to try floating at least three times before saying you love or hate it. Why? Because, just like anything else, floating takes time to get the hang of it. Your first time may be awkward, but by the third time, you’ll be a pro!