Float Therapy?

A float tank is a large bathtub that is designed to reduce distractions: lights, sounds, gravity and tactile sensations.

Once you lie in the float tank about 80-90% of neuromuscular activity is decreased.  

At skin temperature and 1000 pounds of Epsom salt, the water you'll find yourself reclined in will have you losing track of where it ends and your body begins.

 
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BENEFITS

Physical

Reduction & Alleviation of Pain
Lowers Blood Pressure & Heart Rate
Aids in Addiction Recovery
Improves Athletic performance
Improves Circulation

Mental

Stress Reduction
Increased Creativity
Helps Cure Insomnia
Increased Reactions & Alertness
Feelings of Euphoria

Spiritual

Deep Relaxation
Alleviation of Depression & Stress
Effortless Meditation
Expansion of Consciousness
Achievement of Theta State


OUR FLOAT TANKS

Both float tanks offer a light button and a music button with high, medium and low volume levels.  The water is at skin temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit. 

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 The Float 'ROOM' Tank

The ROOM is more spacious than the POD.  The whole room is the tank where as the pod is smaller.  People that tend to be claustrophobic have picked this tank over the pod in the past.  If you like lots of stretching involved in your float session this may be the tank for you.

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The Float 'POD' Tank

The POD has that mother's womb feeling to it.  It is bigger than you may think from just looking at it through the picture.  You have the option to close the tank hood or leave it open while you float.


Community Float Hours

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We want to provide the opportunity for as many people as possible to float, and we want to give back to the community by supporting:

  • People with chronic conditions or illnesses (including anxiety, depression, addiction and PTSD)
  • Military active service, veterans and National Guard
  • Nurses, teachers, community and social service workers
  • First Responders
  • Artists and musicians
  • Students
  • RVA Residents
  • and anyone who finds our regular prices to be a hardship

So Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday before 3:30pm is now considered Community Hours, when all 60 minute floats are $40 instead of the $65.


FAQ

Can I float longer or shorter than the 75 minute session?

Yes, we recommend the 75 minutes, but you can float 45, 60, 75, 90, and 120 minutes long.  We will offer overnight floats once a month from 11pm to 7am.  Call us at (804)678-9816 if you are interested in scheduling an 8 hour overnight float of $320. 

How many floats does it take to make me grasp the floating experience?

The first visit is considered a learning experience.  A second float session helps you understand the potential benefits of regular floating and after the third float you will know why floating is a practice meant for you. 

Is the water clean?

Extremely.  Our water is completely recirculated at least 3 times between each float through a 1 or 10 micron particulate filter, and then treated with a combination of a germicidal UV lamp, ozone, and hydrogen peroxide.  The water is tested daily to ensure that your float will be safe and comfortable. 

What if I am Claustrophobic?

The tanks are a lot bigger in person than they seem in pictures.  During your float session you are able to keep the door open to our two types of float chambers:  A float POD that has a pivoting lid that makes it possible to keep open or close, adjustments to the lid can be made from inside the pod.  The float ROOM has 7 foot high ceilings with a door to the entrance.  The ROOM tends to be the choice of people with claustrophobic tendencies.

Do I need to bring anything?

Mainly just bring yourself.  We provide ear wax, vaseline, tampons, towels, a robe, a comb, a hairdryer, lotion, shampoo and conditioner.  If you wear contact lenses, bring solution and a case or just wear your prescription glasses.  You will be in your own private room, so you do not need to wear a swim suit unless it is for comfort reasons.  You may want to bring a brush or anything else you want to use to get ready.

What NOT to do before a float?

Shave or wax (salt stings open cuts), however we do provide vaseline just in case.  Have caffeine or energy enhancing vitamins (makes it hard to relax).  Dye your hair 48 hrs before (we do provide a swim cap just in case you need it).   

When NOT to float?

Do not float today if you have a cold or the flu, incontinence, flatulence or hemorrhoids, any infectious disease, deep cuts or open sores.

Will I sink?

No, the high density of the salt water content makes you float. You can even sleep in the tank if you want to.

Rates

75 Minute Float Session

$70

Membership

1/Month - $60

2/Month($55) - $110

4/Month($50) - $200

Intro to Floating Package

Three Float Sessions - $140 (3 for the price of 2)

 

* We offer other float times upon request.