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Sensory Deprivation

Floating is a way to pause the noisy world around you, and enter a state of deep mental and physical relaxation that can only come from a low gravity environment with 1500 pounds of Epsom salt dissolved into 220 gallons of water.

By giving yourself a break you can be free from the endless input of sensory experiences in our state of the art couple size float room.  

Your mind then has a chance to rest, recharge, and emerge to face the world with renewed perspective and energy.  

The sessions are conducted in body-temperature water. 

It is up to you if you want lights and sound, which creates a warm, serene, and relaxing environment for the mind and body


  • Aching Joints

  • Anxiety

  • Asthma and Allergies

  • Cardiovascular Conditions

  • Circulation

  • Concentration, Motivation and Memory Loss

  • Detoxification

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Insomnia

  • Jet Lag and Exhaustion

  • Muscle Recovery

  • Pre-Natal Pre-Menstrual Tension

  • PTSD

  • Skin Conditions (Psoriasis/Eczema)

  • Addiction (Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco, Food)

  • Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

  • Back and Neck Pain

  • Chronic Pain

  • Complete Relaxation

  • Depression and Neurosis

  • Headache/Migraines

  • Gastric Ulcers

  • Irritable Bowl Syndrome

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Panic Attacks

  • Post-Natal Depression

  • Rheumatic Conditions

  • Speeds Recovery From Illness

What to Expect

Our float room is the size of a Queen bed. Couples will fit in the tank quite comfortably. 

We provide everything necessary for the float. This includes towels, ear protection, makeup wipes, and Vaseline. We do recommend you float without a swimsuit, but if you choose to it will not alter the experience.

Lights and music volume are yours to control. There is a call button in the float room if you have any issues during the float.

*Floatation is not recommended if you experience claustrophobia, or have epilepsy, kidney disease, low blood pressure, any contagious disease, including diarrheas' or gastroenteritis (and for 14 days following), open wounds or skin ulcers.

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