Float rooms consist of letting yourself be carried by water saturated with Epsom salt, at skin temperature for 1 hour in sensory deprivation.
Freed from the visual and sound stimulations of the world, you slip into a deep meditative state, regenerating both body and mind.
Float Therapy Benefits
- Reduction of chronic pain
- Acceleration of muscle recovery
- Alleviation of pain (premenstrual syndrome, concussion, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis)
- Significant stress reduction via lower cortisol levels
- Improved sleep quality
- Facilitated visualization and learning
- Relief of symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Increased sense of well-being
Prices 60 min treatments
Float Room FAQ's
Our float therapy sessions are 60 minutes because we want you to have plenty of time to ease into the theta brain wave state and stay there long enough to maximize the benefits.
To each astronaut it is a unique experience. However, chances are that you will live something that you have never experienced before. Keep in mind that, the more you float, the more intense and beneficial your sessions.
We have everything you need for your showers (soap, shampoo, conditioner, towels, hair dryer). If you wear contacts, bring a contact case and solution so you can remove them while you float. We would advise bringing a hairbrush, deodorant, or anything else you typically use after a shower.
You can wear your bathing suit or your birthday suit – whatever you are most comfortable with. You will be in a completely private room with a private shower.
Avoid shaving your body or face for at least 12 hours before you float. Epsom salt might irritate any micro-abrasions from shaving.
Minor abrasions can be covered with Vaseline (which we provide) to help prevent irritation from the Epsom salt.
Yes, just take the same precautions while floating as you would if you were swimming.
Yes, pregnant women in all trimesters can enjoy the relaxation and physical relief of floating, but as a precaution please check with your physician.
We'd recommend allowing at least one month after you have received a new tattoo to consider floating in order to protect your art.
Recently dyed hair may lose its new colour if you float within that first week. Otherwise, your dyed hair should be okay in the salt water.
We would recommend avoiding caffeine the day you float, or for at least 6 hours before you float. Caffeine may overstimulate your mind.
Floating on an empty or full stomach may be distracting while floating. We'd recommend eating 1.5-2 hours before you float.
Between each float, the water is filtered multiple times through either a 1 or 10 micron filter and treated with UV light to sanitize the water. There is also residual Hydrogen Peroxide for supplementary sanitation and oxidation.