How do I book an appointment?
You can book online, using the app or by calling. Click here for more info.
How do you keep the Float solution clean?
We filter the water in the cabin entirely after use, turning the water over 4 times. We also keep them sanitized with UV light, sanitizers and filters including ionized Silver, Copper and Zinc. The float cabin solutionis much safer than using a public pool or spa.
Will I feel claustrophobic inside?
No. The Cabin is 4×8 and almost 7 feet high. They are very spacious inside with light and music IF NEEDED and will have good ventilation.
Is the water cold?
No, the water in the Cabin is heated to 92-94° F which is the ideal temperature for floating.
Can I accidentally turn over in the water?
No. The water is very shallow, usually just ten inches deep. Also, it is much heavier than ordinary water because of the added Epsom Salts, so you float very easily. You float on your back with absolutely no effort and there is no tendency to roll over. People often sleep in float tanks and there is no risk of rolling over even if you are asleep.
Will I have enough air?
Yes. The air inside is warm and it rises by convection. There is a vent at the top for the air to leave and fresh air enters near the water line.
What if I can’t swim?
No problem. You just step in, sit down, and lay back in only 10 inches of water. You can touch the bottom with your hands. You just let the warm salty water do the work of floating you around.
What about being in the dark?
That’s up to you. There is a light switch in the float cabin and a remote that controls the entire room. You control the lights at all times. You can leave them on all through your float session. You can have music playing all through too if you like, and you can choose the music in advance. Floating is the best and fastest way to relax and many people find that silence and the dark help relax even more. But it’s up to you, either way, floating is wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable.
What is Epsom Salt and why is it used?
Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulphate. It is found naturally in many spa waters. It is very different from sea salt or table salt which is mainly Sodium Chloride. Epsom Salt has been used for centuries to treat skin complaints and is used as an anti-inflammatory. It is non-toxic, it won’t harm you if you swallow some, but try not to.
Can I float if I’m pregnant?
Yes. Floating relieves all of the weight of your baby off of your body. Please consult with your physician before coming in.
Do I float naked?
Yes, but if you must, avoid an expensive bathing suit as the salt will discolour the material. A thin, tight-fitting fabric would be best to avoid feeling the weight against your body.
Where are you located?
We are in Downtown Winnipeg at the Fort Garry Place mall. We have provided some videos to assist you with locating our studio.
What is Infrared therapy?
Far Infrared Heat is a leading therapy for a multitude of health issues and is commonly used in Infrared Saunas. Current research compliments benefits of Far-Infrared therapy with Float therapy. Such as heart health, improvement of arthritis, pain reduction, sleep issues, cellular reproduction and more. Click here for more info.
We have an ionization system connected to our filtration units that release the minerals Silver, Copper & Zinc into the water. These minerals are natural sanitizers too. Mineral spas have been enjoyed around the world for thousands of years. Hot water infused with magnesium and minerals is relaxing, rejuvenating and great for your skin along with many other natural benefits. Check out our website for more information.
When NOT toFloat
- Do not use the Float cabin if you have colored your hair with water based dye within the last 48 hours as it may cause your hair to lighten and color to leach into the float
- Avoid shaving or waxing 24 hrs before your session as the high concentration of salt will cause a stinging sensation.
- It is not recommended to enter the Float Cabin under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other illegal substances
- It is inadvisable to float if you suffer from incontinence, serious heart disease, asthma , epilepsy or chronic kidney disease
- Due to the required level of mobility to get into and out of the cabin, unfortunately it may not be possible to float if you are disabled (call for further clarification).
- If you are pregnant and you have not received permission from your health care practitioner
- If you have kept your contact lenses in
- If you have extremely low blood pressure
- If you have a severe skin condition (eczema) .
- If you have had chemotherapy (you will need to wait 2 months)