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FAQs

What if I am claustrophobic?

The float tank is a lot more spacious then it appears – you can easily sit up in it. You can also chose to leave the tank light on or float with the door as open or closed as you like.

If you are still worried about claustrophobia our new Float Pool may be perfect for you! With no lid claustrophobia is no problem!

How is the tank kept clean?

The tank water in both float tanks is completely filtered and sanitized between each client. The high level of magnesium sulphate and a sophisticated filtration process inhibits the growth of bacteria and keeps the solution clean. To assure cleanliness we also require clients to shower before floating, and each tank is inspected before and after all clients.

Can I float if I am pregnant?

Yes! Floating while pregnant has some amazing benefits & we recommend you give it a go!
 

Can I float while menstruating?

Yes, just take the same precautions as a swimming pool or spa.
 

Can children try floating?

If you feel your child is mature enough to try floating they are more than welcome! Any children under 16 must have a guardian complete their paperwork in person, directly prior to floating.

Who can’t float?
It is best to avoid floating if you are sensitive to pool chemicals or magnesium, have any open wounds, infectious skin diseases, uncontrolled epilepsy, kidney problems, incontinence or are currently cytotoxic from chemotherapy treatment. Those with reduced mobility are recommended to float in our Open Float Pool and if require assistance getting in and out must bring a carer.
Anyone with Henna hair dyes or Henna tattoos are unfortunately unable to float due to water solution contamination.

Will I drown if I fall asleep?
No! The water is so buoyant you will stay afloat.

What do I need to bring?

Nothing! We provide everything you will need for your floating experience.