Pre Float Procedures

Things to know before you float

Don't shave or wax on the day of your float. 

 

Avoid caffeine, otherwise hydrate normally.

 

Eat a light meal 30 minutes prior to floating. It's a quiet environment, if you've eaten too much, or too little your tummy may grumble causing a distraction. 

Watch the FLOAT INTRO VIDEO (below).

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You cannot float if...

You have recent tattoo work (4-6 weeks)

You have recently dyed hair (must pass a white towel test)

You, or your housemates have any symptoms  of illness (within the last 14 days) 

You are incontinent

You have epilepsy, not under control with medication

When in doubt please consult your physician 

After your float session,

You'll likely be in a slower state of mind; a state of bliss - taking time to appreciate the peripheral. Often referred to as the post-float-glow, the effects can last for hours after your float. Ideally plan your day around your float and only do things that you want to do, instead of things you need to do. 

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float intro video

You must watch this video before your float appointment.

There will be a test!

Take the salt test
What do you do with your earplugs when you're done?
How can you Practice Safe Salt?
What is the most important thing to clean in your post float shower?
Do you require a bathing suit?
Why should you be careful getting in and out of the tank?
Where do tools go when you're done with them?

Thanks for learning!

going deeper

The above video contains all the logistical information you need, where things are, how to use them.

If you are keen to learn more and set yourself up for the best possible float, take a few minutes to watch this How to Float Masterclass video from our friends at Float House, Edmonton. This video offers incredibly useful information about what to expect and tips for Relaxing Harder.