We offer a large space that differs from some of the tank styles you may have see online. With the ability to leave the door open to the shower suite coupled with our high ceilings, most people feel quite comfortable.
Yes! We love our moms-to-be getting some good relax and time to lay on their belly. We do ask during the first trimester, for you to have a consultation with your primary doctor prior to your first float. Outside of that, so many have found relief in the float session.
Floating does tend to sting fresh wounds due to the high salt content - we recommend making sure the tattoo is fully healed before attempting the float. Usually give it about a month after getting one done.
You'll want to make sure the dye doesn't run in your shower before getting into a float to avoid staining the cabin. We haven't noticed any damage to color vibrancy from the float but we do provide swim caps as an option.
Unless you bring someone to help you in and out of the tank, we recommend against swimsuits.
The best rule of thumb is if you can lay on the floor and get up unassisted, you'll be fine to maneuver the float. We do have some clients bring someone with them to assist getting in and out of the tank.
Floating is an effortless process when it comes to staying on top of the water. With 1200 lbs of Epsom Salt, the water is more dense than you are and forces you to the surface.
Many of our guests have noticed a great reduction in their everyday levels from regular floating. In fact, if you're taking medication and doing multiple visits, we recommend watching your levels so they don't drop below normal - some clients have replaced their medications altogether with consistent floating.