iFLOAT LIFE (float tank)
Do you want to know more about the Floatation Tank?
What is the tank like?
If you are someone who tends to feel the cold more than others – it’s a good idea to let us know as we can increase the temperature in the tank & in the room.
Do I have to close the lid?
Many people who are worried that they will feel claustrophobic find that once they are in the tank and see how much space there is and how easy the door is to open/close, they are not worried at all.
When you first get in we recommend you sit down and close and open the door a few times to see how easy it is to help you feel more comfortable.
Do I need to wear bathers?
distractions. However, if you are concerned then you are more than welcome to wear bathers inside the tank. Please be aware due to the high salt content your bathers could fade in colour.
What if I can’t float or swim?
If you are afraid of water however it is worth mentioning this at your time of booking.
What do I need to bring?
Is the water changed each time?
We test and record the bromine, pH and alkalinity levels in the tank twice daily.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t float?
- Extreme low blood pressure
- Heart condition
- Allergies to salts, bromine, magnesium
- Severe skin conditions (psoriasis, eczema)
- Mental illness
Any person with the following are unable to float until 14 days after symptoms are gone:
- Contagious disease
- Infectious skin conditions, including infected wounds / skin opening
What if I have my period?
Can two people float together?
What if I don’t like it?
How will I know when it’s time to get out?
How often should I float?
For long-term benefits, it is preferable to float regularly (monthly, fortnightly or weekly) to help maintain reduced stress levels, muscle tension & improve overall well-being rather than using it as a reactionary treatment when stress & tension levels are already high. The common-sense approach that prevention is better than cure also applies to floating.
Float Sessions and Packages Available
Session Time: 45 Mins
1 x Single Chill Float Session (1 person) = $90
Please ask about our float packages and special offers!
What do I need to bring?
Some things you will need to know if this is your first float and reminders for our regulars.
- Remember to move calmly, have an open mind and be mindful of salty fingers near your eyes.
- We recommend that you float nude, however this is optional. Floating nude means you have complete sensory deprivation.
- Keep hydrated throughout your day leading up to your float.
- Ensure no chemicals are on your body before entering the pod. Ex. conditioner, oils, moisturisers, deodorants, perfumes etc.
- Don’t eat a big meal within an hour before your float.
- Alcohol cannot be consumed during the day leading up to your float.
- If you have had your hair dyed or used fake tan within the last week and women who are menstruating, you are unable to float at this time.
On the day… One of our amazing staff will take you through how to prepare yourself for the float. They will explain the correct and safest way to enter and exit the pod.
Please feel free to ask any questions about floating at this time. You will then be asked to shower, ensuring that you are 100% clean before entering the pod. Earplugs are provided for use during your session.