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For commonly asked questions, please refer to the FAQs below.
How are the float tanks kept clean?
The high saline content of the floatation environment plus a tiny amount of disinfectant ensures that nothing harmful can survive within the tank. The highly sterile salt water is fully filtered four times between each float, passing through a 1 micron filter and is sanitised with O-zone and with the same chemical sanitiser used to treat drinking water. Further cleanliness is assured as all customers are encouraged to shower before and after each float session.
Do I need to bring anything?
If you have longer hair, you may want to bring a comb. Also, something to put your contact lenses into while you’re in the tank. We provide the essentials; a towel, earplugs, hairdryer, cotton buds, natural moisturiser, make-up remover, shampoo, conditioner, body wash. Feel free to bring anything else you may need. Most importantly, bring an open mind.
Can I bring a friend?
Absolutely. You will not be able to float together in the same room or tank, but you can book floats at the same time, as we have 6 private float rooms.
It's my first time, what do I do?
We encourage that you come with an open mind. As with all things in life practice makes perfect. The more you float the faster you will ease into calm state of mind. Each person's floating experience is unique because we are all built differently.
We've also written a guide here.
Has this been scientifically proven?
Floating was first invented by neuroscientist John C. Lilly 50 years ago, where he conducted multiple experiments which were far ahead of his time. Over the past 10 years, due to the increasing change of environment, increase in competition, from getting good grades in school, to working harder for a promotion. People are having to deal with much higher stress and anxiety than ever before in their daily lives. Which is why floating is exploding globally, and it has gained even more exposure recently since it has been a part of every top athlete's regime to winning...namely Steph Curry and Tom Brady. With over 700++ float centres now open worldwide and hundreds of research papers to back it up, there is definitely no mumbo jumbo here.
Are there any side effects?
Not in the true sense of the word. Some first-time floaters can emerge from the tank feeling slightly nauseous. This is actually a good sign as it indicates that built-up stress is in fact leaving the body. We very rarely experience any cases of nausea in subsequent visits.
Do I get dehydrated from soaking for so long?
No, your skin doesn’t even prune up! You do absorb a lot of magnesium from the Epsom salt, and you won’t overdose, as your body will stop absorbing magnesium once you have the optimum levels.
Can I float if I'm pregnant?
Absolutely yes. Pregnant women love floating! There is even a special position you can float in that relieves all of the weight of the baby off of the mother’s body. The float tank is a wonderful haven to which pregnant women can escape. If you are in your third trimester, or have any concerns, please consult with your physician before coming in.
Can I float if I have motion sickness?
You may experience motion sickness if you are prone to it. It takes some time to get used to the floating feeling. You may wish to bring anti-nausea pills. We also recommend that you don't have a heavy meal or coffee 30 minutes before your float.
Can I float if I'm menstruating?
We advise you not to float within 48 hours of the beginning of menstruation, after this time period, please follow same protocol as you would when entering a swimming pool.
Can I float if I've just colored my hair?
If you’ve recently dyed or bleached your hair, please wait at least a week to float as this can potentially contaminate the pool. This also applies especially to semi permanent hair dyes, as they are more prone to running.