What to Bring:

  • preferred post-shower items (styling aids, makeup)
  • loose-fitting post-float clothes (float rooms are humid)

Provided for You:

  • towels and washcloth
  • earplugs
  • toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, combs, deodorant wipes, and cotton swabs)
  • hairdryers, curling irons, flat irons, and styling aids
  • refreshments (water and tea)

*Note: Float rooms are private and floating is generally done in the nude, so swimwear is unnecessary, but optional per user.

Frequently asked questions

I expected a glorified, enclosed hot tub. But what I got was a new kind of deep relaxation unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. The word “healing” is overused, but that’s exactly what happens at this place. Both my body and mind felt rejuvenated in a way I never expected going in. I worried about feeling claustrophobic in the pods but experienced zero issues—within 5 minutes I had fully closed the lid and turned off the optional lights and sound. If you haven’t tried floating yet, DO IT! I’ve found it to be much more relaxing and therapeutic than a massage. This is a beautiful facility and the owners take the time to make sure you understand what’s happening and answer any questions. Cannot recommend this place highly enough.
TJ Parsons Writer