Float Room

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The Float Room is a private suite with shower and spa. The float spa is a 4 x 8 foot tub that is 20 inches deep. Filled with 10 inches of 97.5 degree water and 850 pounds of Epsom salt, the float spa offers a near zero gravity space.

30 minutes $25.00

45 minutes $35.00

60 minutes $45.00

75 minutes $55.00

90 minutes $65.00

Floatation REST has many physical and mental benefits
by providing an exceptional level of relaxation. Our
float spa offers a near zero gravity space for releasing
whatever you need to let go. When you enter the float
spa, you will achieve a deep state of relaxation;
releasing endorphins that assist the brain with achieving
alpha and theta wave states of meditation. Eliminating
external stimuli reduces the central nervous system’s
workload by as much as 90%. This reduction creates
the parasympathetic response; the mechanism by which
the body naturally regenerates itself and maintains
chemical and metabolic balance. Old wounds and
injuries are allowed to heal faster. Increased T-cell
production strengthens the immune system. REST also
benefits the cardiovascular system; increasing
circulation while reducing blood pressure and heart
rate. The elimination of gravity on the body allows
muscles and joints to release tension and heal more
rapidly. REST is an excellent choice for people who
need healing relaxation; and perfect for those who are
not comfortable with a hands on massage.

Floatation Therapy REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) helps aid in these plus many more;
Addictions, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & PTSD, Post-natal Depression, Tension Headaches, Rheumatism, Migraine Headaches, Chronic Pain, High Blood Pressure, Insomnia/Sleep Problems, Stress Management, Negative Emotions, Improve Memory, Improve Learning Ability, Rifle Marksmanship, Pre-menstrual Tensions, Jet Lag, Pregnancy, Autism, Arthritic Conditions,
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Musculoskeletal Conditions.

Unlike other floatation therapy services that
require the individual to be closed into a pod or
chamber for the duration of therapy, we have
created an open room design; which allows for
those who may be anxious about small spaces to
enjoy the many benefits of float therapy. This
unique room design also allows for us to
accommodate people with physical disabilities

Frequently Asked Questions;

Q: How is the spa cleaned and disinfected?
A: While the spa is so high in saline that no living organism can survive, as an extra bacterial prevention, the entire solution is pumped out and filtered through a 3 part filtration and sterilization system using Ultraviolet Light and Ozone. The spa is filtered before and after each client; as well as at the end and beginning of each
day. Also, all clients are required to shower before entering the spa.
Q: When should a person NOT float?
A: A person should avoid the float
spa if they:
(a) have an infectious respiratory or
skin disease
(b) have open wounds
(c) incontinence
(d) Epilepsy or other serious seizure
disorder
(e) heart arrhythmia
(f) are under the influence of drugs
or alcohol
(g) have colored or permed your hair
within the last 7 days.                                                                                  (h) kidney disease                                                                                           If you would like to Float but have one of these conditions ask your doctor about any side effects for your own safety.                                  Q: What do you wear while floating?
A: Clothing is optional. Those that choose to float without attire feel
greater relaxation and freedom from the restriction of clothing. Even though the float spa is completely private, some may feel more
comfortable wearing a swimsuit.                                                              Q: Do I need to bring anything?
A: Just yourself! Robes, towels, soap, & shampoo, blow dryer, ear-plugs, & Q-tips for your float will be provided for you. You may want to bring grooming tools for afterwards.
Q: What do I need to prepare for floating?
A: It is recommended that you not shave for 24 hours before floating. Freshly shaved skin may sting upon entering the spa. If you wear contact lenses, you will want to remove them to avoid damage from possible salt water exposure. You should also avoid drinking caffeine and eating for 2 hours prior to your float. If you are currently menstruating prepare as you would to go swimming.
Q: Will the Epsom salt harm my skin?
A: No. Epsom salt is highly recommended for various skin conditions. It is non-toxic and non harmful if swallowed. The high
magnesium level of Epsom salt is nourishing to the skin.
Q: Are there any age, height, or weight restrictions?
A: No. Our spa is 4 by 8 feet in size; to fit all shapes and sizes. Floating is safe for all ages.
Q: How often should I float?
A: You could float everyday without harm. The initial relaxation from floating could last from 1 day to 7 days. The cumulative effects of floating can result in greater ability to maintain a state of relaxation.                                                                                                        Q: Is it safe to float if I am pregnant?
A: YES! Floating can provide extreme relief from the massive gravitational strain placed on the body during pregnancy. However, floating is not recommended for pregnant women in the first trimester. We will require doctor’s release for those with high risk pregnancies.
Q: How do I know I will float?
A: It is scientifically impossible to avoid floating in a spa that contains 800 pounds of dissolved salt.
Q: How long should I stay in the float spa?
A: The choice is yours! The longer you stay in the spa, the greater the
health benefits.
Q: Would I drown if I fell asleep in the float spa?
A: No. The salt water is too buoyant to allow for drowning. It is very
difficult to rollover in the spa because of the density of the solution. The feeling of salt, in the eyes, nose, and mouth would alert the floater to wake up. Many people fall asleep in the spa. One hour of sleep in the spa is roughly equivalent to four hours of regular sleep.
Q: What will it be like for me?
A: Each person’s experience differs, but one thing that is guaranteed is complete relaxation of the physical body.                                            Q: What happens if I get water in my eyes?
A: A spray bottle of distilled water and spa towel will be provided for you before use of the spa.                                                                            Q: How do I float? Is there a right or wrong way?
A: There is no right or wrong way to float. Just lie back, breathe deeply, and relax.
Q: Will I be able to resume my daily activities after using the spa?
A: Absolutely! You may even feel more focused and energetic.
Q: Is this some new age trend?
A: No. Float therapy has been around for more than 50 years; with
plenty of science validating the positive health effects.
Q: Is your float spa a sensory deprivation tool?
A: Our float spa offers both sensory deprivation and stimulus reduction. We offer our clients the choice  between complete silence and darkness or soft lights and music. We invite you to explore what level of sensory reduction you prefer. Our goal is to provide you with relief from the sensory overload experienced in daily life.

Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate!
It is important to remember to drink
plenty of water before and after your
float session.

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