BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE or call us at 531-289-7739.
To ensure you are able to get the time slot you desire, try to book your appointment as early in advance as possible.


Get the most from your float:

  • Expect nothing– every float will be different – just relax and do nothing!
  • Avoid consuming caffeine – you want to be in a peaceful, calm, and relaxed state of mind – not jittery and restless.
  • Eat a light meal 2-3 hours before floating – you don’t want to be overly full with food in your stomach, nor do you want to have hunger causing a distraction. A light meal 2-3 hours ahead of time will put you in the sweet spot!
  • Avoid shaving before your appointment – freshly shaven skin can burn and possibly become irritated by the epsom salt for some people. It is best to avoid shaving the day of your appointment.
  • Give yourself plenty of time prior to and after your appointment – even though you can resume your daily activities immediately after your float, we recommend enjoying your post-float experience and take some time to relax before diving back into the daily grind.
  • Floating is a journey (and a practice). It gets better with time! Seriously consider committing to at least Three Floats to see what floating is truly about. As with any practice or modality you choose for wellness (yoga, lifting weights, meditation, etc.), one float will likely not be enough to garner the full experience and benefits of floating. Don’t get us wrong – many people have a great first float; however, during the first float your brain is confused by the lack of signals from the central nervous system and is trying to acclimate to the new environment.  It starts creating its own input and you can feel a little restless/anxious or not able to shut your mind off. We recommend committing to three floats and we encourage you to come back once a week or once every other week and see the change from the first to the third float. Usually by the third float the mind is quieter and your body more relaxed since your nervous system is acclimated to the float environment. Just like everything else in life, floating is a beautiful process that unfolds and goes deeper with each float. Using some of the tips above will help you have the best float possible. We hope you love it as much as we do!



  • Wear contact lenses?– you will need to bring a case if you plan to take your contacts out here. Otherwise, we provide everything you need (earplugs, ear wash solution, sandals, robe, towels, Vaseline (for minor cuts)). Plus, each room is

    fully private and you go into the tanks nude, so there is no need to bring a bathing suit.


What if YOU:

  • Just dyed your hair? While there is no guarantee that the salt won’t strip some color from your hair, we recommend that you check if the water running through your hair in the shower at home is fully clear. If there is still some color coming out, you should wait a couple of more days/showers.
  • Just got a tattoo? Floating and fresh tattoos do not mix! Not only could floating with a fresh tattoo be painful (salt + open wounds = ouch), but the water solution could cause fading or discoloration of your tattoo and permanently ruin its aesthetic appeal. How long you should wait before floating depends on the tattoo and how quickly it heals, but tattoo artists/floaters we have talked to have suggested waiting 4-6 weeks.
  • Just got a piercing? Like tattoos, this tends to not mix well! When your piercing is fresh it is still an open wound,

    which will cause some major discomfort. The area you have pierced will create a variation in the healing time, so floating can take between a couple weeks to a couple months depending on what you had done. For more information we suggest searching the healing times online or ask your body modification artist.

  • Are you worried about fitting in the tank? Unless you’re over 7 feet tall or over 500 pounds, you’re good to go! 



 You’re under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

 You have had a gastrointestinal illness in the last 14 days.

 You are in your third trimester of pregnancy and have not checked with your doctor.

 You’ve received a tattoo in the last 4-6 weeks.

 You have had a piercing in the last 1-3 months, depending on the area pierced.

 You have epilepsy that is not under medical control.

 You’ve received a spray-on tan within the last 48 hours.

 You have a large open skin wound (there’s a lot of salt – it’ll hurt!).

 You recently dyed your hair and it still washes out in the shower (or leaves traces of dye on towels).

 You’re unable to enter and exit the float tank.



  • Show up 15 minutes before your float appointment to check-in, go through an orientation, and ask us any questions you have.
  • Put in the earplugs, if you choose to use them.
  • Take the best shower of your life and then step into the float tank.
  • Music will play for the first 5 minutes of your float then will slowly fade away leaving you with 60 minutes of uninterrupted bliss.
  • The music will fade back in to ease you out of your float.
  • Take a quick post-float shower to clean all the Epsom salt off your body – don’t forget your ears!
  • Get dressed and ready to head back into the real world feeling rejuvenated and at your best.
  • Please try to vacate the room within 10 minutes of your float, as we need to prepare the room for the next person. You may use our vanity area to blow dry hair, lather with lotion, apply makeup, etc. 
  • Head to the post-float lounge to relax, reflect, and enjoy some tea or water after your float. 
  • Enjoy your post-float afterglow for days to come!