As with any practice, the float experience changes over time. While no two floats are alike, as the body and brain get used to the float experience, you should see consistent mental and physical results unique to your needs.
The only things you really need to bring to a float are an open mind and a willingness to take a break.
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
- 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.