We provide towels, body wash, shampoo, earplugs, a neck cushion, a small comb and Vaseline to protect small cuts. Do you prefer to use your own products? No problem, just bring your own.
Yes, we recommend that you remove your contacts prior to floating.
Floating works so well because you can close yourself off from all external stimuli, such as light, sound and movement. When several people simultaneously enter a float room, it pretty much defeats the object. That is why we only offer float sessions for one person at a time. Would you like to bring a partner, friend, relative or colleague? That is possible. You can relax in our hot tub or lounge & joy chair while your floating partner relaxes in the tank, before reversing the roles.
When booking an appointment, the duration is shown for the chosen type.
For a float session of 60 minutes you are on site for 1h30.
Is it your first time? Then count on an extra 15 minutes. You arrive at the time of the appointment.
You can just arrive at the time of your appointment and we will take the time to explain everything to you and answer all of your questions. Provide 15 min extra for this. Your floating session will only start after the introduction.
See also: How long does a floating session take?
The floating tank is located in an enclosed room to which only you have access. To make the most of the experience, we encourage clients to float nude. But if you feel better in swimwear, you can always bring it with you. If you are planning on trying the hot tub, it is best to wear swimwear.
Absolutely! You can open the lid of the tank during your float session, if that makes you feel better. We often notice that customers close the lid after a while because they feel so comfortable. However, you can always open the lid again during the session.
We recommend eating a light meal 1 to 2 hours prior to your appointment. Avoid too much caffeine and alcohol. If you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, your session will be cancelled.
The answer, fortunately, is a resounding yes. Floating during pregnancy can offer many health benefits, such as alleviating back or pelvis strain and reducing pain and stiffness. You are more than welcome until your 36th week of pregnancy. If you have any doubts, consult with your GP first.
Yes, just use the appropriate sanitary products, as you would when you go swimming.
Yes, many clients do fall asleep, due to the deep relaxation. But don't worry, we can say with 200 % certainty that you can't drown. Because of the Epsom salt the water is extremely buoyant and will support your body, making it impossible to turn over.
No, because the water is shallow and will completely support your body. You don't have to make any effort to stay above water.
We suggest that you do not wax for 48 hours before your session. Shaving is possible up to 1 day before the float.
We filter and sanitise the chlorine-free water after each floating session. In addition, we test the water quality, pH value and salt content on a daily basis.
The floating tank is more than spacious enough for all sizes, shapes and weights.
Floating is not age-specific. But we know from experience that lying still for an hour often proves to be difficult for children under the age of 12. Floating under the age of 16 is perfectly fine with the accompaniment of an adult.
Yes, it is possible. However, we recommend that you check whether or not your hair colour has already set. Floating and fresh tattoos are also not the best combination. We suggest that you either wait until the wound has healed or thoroughly cover the tattoo.
Larger wounds should ideally be covered with a waterproof bandage to prevent stinging. Smaller wounds, such as scratches, can be covered with Vaseline.
Epsom salt has a positive effect on your body. It will nourish the skin and leave it silky smooth.
Don’t rub your eyes during the session and rinse yourself well with water after after your float. We provide Vaseline to protect small cuts. We suggest that you do not wax for 48 hours before your session. Shaving is possible up to 1 day before the float.
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