read before you book
You should NOT float if you:
-meet the CDC criteria for self-quarantine/isolation, which can be read HERE
-have any of the following symptoms:
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
New loss of taste or smell
Nausea or vomiting
Congestion or runny nose
-have uncontrolled epilepsy or seizures
-have an allergy to Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate)
-have severe eczema or psoriasis
-are currently undergoing chemotherapy/radiation
-have an open wound
-have recently dyed your hair (highlights are fine) and the color transfers to a white towel
-have recently gotten a spray tan and the color transfers to a white towel
-recently undergone a procedure that would make your skin especially sensitive to Epsom salt water (e.g., chemical peel, wax, tattoo)
You should consult your health care provider PRIOR to your first float if you:
-have a serious medical condition including but not limited to:
history of fainting, vertigo, coronary disease, kidney disease, insulin dependent diabetes.
For individuals with limited mobility: Please note that in order to enter into the float pod, you will need to step up and over a 24 inch "lip." Then you will be sitting down and laying back. After the float, you will be reversing this (sitting up, standing up, and stepping up and out of the float pod). If you do not feel comfortable performing these movements on your own, we encourage you to bring someone who can assist you.
Don't hesitate to call or email with any questions.
WATCH BEFORE YOU FLOAT
We usually do our pre-float orientation in person, but given these times of social distancing we have made three videos for you to watch. These videos take about 15-minutes in total to watch and should be viewed PRIOR TO YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT. They contain important information on how to have a safe and effective float. We are always happy to answer question via text/phone or email.