Questions

IS THE WATER CLEAN?

  • The water is fully filtered 3 times between each float, passing through a 1 micron filter, and CSA and UL listed low pressure UV system with Ozone. Cleaner than any swimming pool or hot tub you’ve ever been in.

WILL I FEEL CLAUSTROPHOBIC?

  • The feeling of being in a float tank is limitless, and Easy Float features open float rooms to allow for everyone to be comfortable with giving floatation a try. Even people with extreme claustrophobia have reported having no problems with their time in the float rooms.

IS IT SAFE TO FALL ASLEEP?

  • Absolutely! The buoyancy of the salt water will keep your face up and out of the water. If you happen to roll over you’ll definitely wake up and probably experience a salty sting in your eyes, but don’t worry, the sting will subside shortly.

CAN ANYONE FLOAT?

  • Almost anyone can float…unfortunately, it is not an option for those with epilepsy, so sorry. Also, we only permit people under the age of 18 to be accompanied by a guardian.

SHOULD I BRING ANYTHING?

  • Floating in the nude will provide the best experience, all of the float rooms at Easy Float features a private shower and changing area, but you are absolutely welcome bring a swimsuit if you prefer. A couple other recommendations from our members, bring deodorant, comb or brush, comfy clothes if you’re headed home…pretty much anything you would usually want after a shower.

WHAT IF I WANT TO FLOAT LONGER THAN 90 MINUTES?

  • No problem! We are happy to provide extra time at a reasonable rate (see pricing) when there is not a scheduling conflict, but if you are looking for an extra-long float, like 2.5 or 3 hours, then simply schedule back to back sessions or we are happy to arrange a late night float with advanced notice.

DAY OF THE FLOAT PREP?

  • Avoid shaving, tanning, waxing; extra sensitive skin and salt water don’t mix. We provide Vaseline to protect small scratches from stinging.
  • Try to skip caffeine for at least 4 hours before floating in order to access the most relaxing experience, but if you need that one small cup of joe in the morning, it will not totally unhinge the experience.
  • Don’t float on an empty stomach. A light meal or snack is helpful so that you aren’t distracted by your stomach grumbling while floating. Allow a little time to digest before floating.
  • If you are under the influence of drug or alcohol you will NOT be allowed to float.
  • If you are experiencing your menstrual cycle the day of your float, then we ask that please reschedule your float. Thank you!

OK, but how the heck do I get started? The process of actually floating.

  • If you choose to wear ear plugs, and we recommend you do, then put the ear plugs in before you shower.
  • Take a great shower, but only use shampoo and body wash, conditioner after. Make sure to dry your face before getting in the tank!
  • Enter the tank and gently lie back, avoid touching your face when your hands are wet; you will float effortlessly.
  • The rest is really up to you.

AFTER THE FLOAT…

  • Enjoy a cup of tea, relax, reflect, enjoy.
  • Drink plenty of water, floating is a full body experience.
  • Notice how well you sleep the next few nights and how your energy level and mood is, floating is good for you even when you’re out of the tank.

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