FAQs:

1What do I need to avoid on the day?
Please avoid caffeine, alcohol and drugs on the day of your float. You will also not be able to float if you have recently dyed your hair or received a keratin treatment, and if you are on your menstruation.
2I'm claustrophobic, can I float?
It's a common worry, but the pods are much larger than people expect. you can stretch out without touching the sides. If you do feel nervous, you can always leave the top open, or have the inside light on for as long as you like - you're in complete control.
3Do I float naked?
Most people don't wear anything when floating, and this is what we recommend. Remember, you'll have your very own room, equipped with a private shower. If you prefer to wear a swimsuit, that's fine too. Please ensure it is clean and free from any debris (check any pockets before going in).
4What do I need to bring with me?
We are asking our clients to bring a towel/robe and slippers due to government regulations. We will provide you with earplugs (that you can keep and reuse) and also a floating pillow.
5I'm pregnant, can I float?
In general, yes, pregnant women may use the Floating Tank. However, because circumstances are unique with each pregnancy, please discuss with your health care professional prior to scheduling a session.
6Is the Floating Tank sanitary?
The interior of a float tank is exceptionally sanitary. The tank has 500kgs of Epsom salt dissolved in the water, which raises the salinity to levels that are inhospitable to bacteria, including microbes and other pathogens.The Solution is sterilized between each session through a process of commercial-grade circulation, filtration and purification.
7Can I eat before a Float session?
You can float on a full or empty stomach but in order to avoid focusing on the sounds and feelings of your digestive tract, experts recommend eating an hour or two before your float.
8What does it feel like to float in the tank?
Floating feels like nothing, which is (unsurprisingly) difficult to describe. Initially the water is pleasantly warm, but quickly becomes less noticeable as the air and water are set to match the temperature of your skin. This equilibrium, combined with the weightlessness from the buoyant solution, results in very little external stimuli and allows your mind and body room to relax, recover and recharge. The specific experience is unique to each individual and each float. However, most people report experiencing strong feelings of peace and relaxation. Some floaters report feeling highly creative or find themselves thinking about profound subjects.
9Could I have hallucinations in the Float Tank?
Many people have reported having hallucinations in a floating tank. Over the years, studies have shown that sensory deprivation does induce psychosis-like experiences.
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