What does it cost to Float?
Great Question. Like most things in life, it depends. Here’s our current schedule:
A one-time 90 minute float is $65.
If you are new to floating, we offer a three float package, to be used by one person, within two months, for $125. It takes some practice to get the most from floating, and this is a great way to get into the flow, so to speak.
Regular floaters can save with a membership option. Memberships can be shared between floaters; members may purchase additional 90 minute float times at their reduced price; unused float credits roll over, they do not expire. Memberships are available at levels from one float per month up to four floats per month.
One float per month is $60
Two Floats per month are $55 each or $110
Four Floats per month are $50 each, or $200
Eight Floats per month are also available.
What do I need to bring?
Do I float wearing a bathing suit?
What if I’m claustrophobic?
Can I drown if I fall asleep?
Many people fall asleep and report a delightful experience! Nowhere in the literature can we find record of anyone drowning, but we’ve learned to never say “never.” If you are seriously frightened perhaps floating is not for you.
What happens if I get salt in my eyes?
How are the tanks kept clean?
Can I bring a friend?
Are there any negative effects to floating?
Some floaters who are prone to motion sickness sometimes report feeling queasy. This feeling usually passes quickly and often does not return in later floats. Perhaps it is the body reacting to the feeling of floating and the lack of the regular feeling that gravity gives us of “up” and “down.” Some ginger candies or ginger tea is our recommended remedy.
Is floating dangerous?
Each year a few people are killed by flying champagne corks and others by vending machines. We hesitate to underestimate the ability of people to harm themselves in creative ways. If you follow our guidelines and rules and recommendations and lie quietly on your back in the water, there seems little that can go wrong. Still and all, if you’re afraid you’ll die, please don’t float.
Can I float if I am menstruating?
Can I float if I am pregnant?
When should I arrive for my first float?
For your first float please come at least twenty minutes to thirty minutes before your scheduled time. We have information to give you to make your experience more pleasant, and if you have not read and signed our waiver, that must be completed. In subsequent floats five or ten minutes early is sufficient.
What if I don’t like floating or am not satisfied with my float?
If you are not satisfied with your experience please let us know. We want floating to be enjoyable for all, and we will do our best to make it right for you.
What happens if I “freak out” during my float?
Floating is usually not a problem if you can be alone with yourself in a quiet, dark room.