Preparing to visit
Please take a moment to read thru our Spa Etiquette and Policies. We strive to maintain a relaxed, comfortable, and clean environment, let’s hold space together, for all.
*ID is required each visit.
We can provide your essential needs to utilize the spa facility without you having to bring a thing, however you may wish to bring your own personal comfort items.
It is recommend to wear easy and comfortable clothing as you will be undressing for massage, floatation and spa services.
If going nude in our spa facility, it is required you have something to sit on for all seating area for sanitary reasons.
- Non-glass water bottle
- Any preferred toiletries
- hair ties
- water bottle
Things we provide:
- Towels ($2 rental)
- Sarongs ($2 rental)
- Oregon Soap
- Cotton Swabs
- Hair Dryer
- Earplugs (for float sessions)
- Petroleum Jelly (for float sessions)
- Self programmable Locker
Important info for new floaters…
It is ideal to float when you are not in a hurry, your float experience will be subject to your mood and mindset. Be open to letting go and ready to relax and allow yourself the time in the tank, just for you…
Floating is not recommended for people with epilepsy, who have infectious diseases, or are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Always consult your physician before floating if you are taking any heavy medications or are pregnant.
You should not have received any tattoos, piercings, shaven or waxing within 24 hours,or dyed your hair within 1 week of a session.
You may want to bring something to remove/store contact lenses in, or wear glasses to your session. Contacts can be worn in the tank, but the salt may cause damage if they’re non-disposable.
Avoid caffeine and heavy meals for at least 1 hour prior to floating.
If you have any cuts or burns, wait for them to heal before floating, as the salt water will sting abrasions. Alternatively, we provide petroleum jelly that can be applied to cuts or burns, which is typically effective in minimizing irritation.