YOUR FIRST FLOAT

The first time you Float is generally similar for many people: you will likely move around a bit at first to find the most comfortable position for you, then you begin to relax more deeply once you have adjusted to the unique environment of Floating weightlessly without distraction.
The more you Float, the easier it becomes to “let go” of the outside world which will help you to relax the body, quiet the mind, and sink into the experience.
Step 1
Schedule your appointment , trying to book at least 24 hours in advance to allow for proper planning and preparation. We’re typically booked in advance, especially during busy times of day, so you may have to plan further ahead if you want to Float at a popular time!
Step 2
Arrive at Shalom Float Spa! There is plenty of free parking in the lot, so no hassles there. For your first Float, please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled time. Arriving early will ensure we can give you the best experience possible, ensure you are able to Float for the full duration, and so we can be respectful of all Clients’ appointments. Unfortunately, new Clients who do not arrive at least 15 minutes prior may not be able to use the service for which they are scheduled for the entire duration or may be required to reschedule.

Step 3
It’s time to start Floating!
Take a quick pre-Float shower to remove any hair, face, or body products that you have on
Insert your ear plugs to keep the salt out of your ears ,if you prefer so!Make sure to cover any cuts or scratches with the provided petroleum jelly after you shower

Take a step into the Floatation Therapy Room directly from the shower

FLOAT!
After your Float, the light will come on to bring you back, before the filtration system begins a couple minutes later
Take a quick post-Float shower to wash all the Epsom salt off your body
Get dressed and take care of any post-shower rituals you need to,

Let us know about your experience on google or social media. Enjoy your post-Float afterglow!

 

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