Float Therapy

Float Therapy may be the most relaxing thing you'll ever experience!


While floating in a sensory deprivation tank, you may feel weightless. That's because the magnesium-saturated water (aka Epsom salt),  kept at a temperature that matches your skin, keeps you effortlessly buoyant so you don’t have to worry about staying afloat. With little to touch, taste, smell, hear or feel, you’re wrapped in a cocoon of warmth and silence, with only your thoughts to keep you company.

You can book online or call 706-894-9374 for this special treatment.


Not sure you're ready to book a Float Therapy session? 

Call 706-894-9374 to ask questions or

schedule a FREE 10 minute Informational Tour

to see and learn more about this amazing experience.


Float is a therapy, not a one time miracle!

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Float Therapy

This unique wellness experience will help you to completely relax your mind and body. A feeling of weightlessness combined with the magnesium-saturated water (aka Epsom salt) will allow your mind to rest, and you'll release tension stored in muscles. Herein lies the magic of floating – it puts you in a meditative state to better heal what ails you. Float Therapy is best practiced through ongoing therapeutic sessions and is not a one time miracle.


Benefits:

  • Relieve stress, anxiety and depression
  • Reduce chronic fatigue caused by insomnia and jet lag
  • Stimulate creativity
  • Accelerate mental clarity and learning
  • Deepen meditation practices
  • Soothe chronic pain from arthritis, fibromyalgia, back and neck pain, inflammation and tendonitis


NOTE: Float Therapy is NOT recommended if you have epilepsy, kidney disease, low blood pressure, any contagious disease, including diarrhea or gastroenteritis, open wounds or skin ulcers.


How do I book and purchase a Float Therapy Session?

Book below online or call 706-894-9374 to schedule your float sessions.

Float Therapy Sessions are available Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm with limited availability on Sundays


First Time Floater? Please be aware you will be here for a full 90 minutes if you book a 60 minute session, and you will be here for a full 120 minutes if you book a 90 minute session.


Float Therapy Session Packages are also available.  Just ask when you check out of your next appointment so we can be sure to customize and recommend the best options for you.


Please review all Pre-Float guidelines and instructions below BEFORE your scheduled appointment! You'll also need to arrive 15 minutes early!


60 min $70

90 min $90

Pre-Float Instructions

Please review all guidelines and instructions below BEFORE your scheduled appointment! 

We will review additional Pre- and Post-Float Instructions in-person as well so please arrive 15 minutes early to your scheduled appointment.


Pre-Float Instructions and Recommendations:

  • We encourage comfy clothes that are easy to change in and out of.
  • We highly recommend to float nude, but of course you can float in your bathing suit!
  • Do not shave, wax or tan the day of your float.
  • No contact lenses should be worn during the session. Please remove before your float.
  • Eat a light meal before floating (at least 60-90 minutes ahead of time): this may reduce the chances of your belly growling which can cause disruption when you are in the tank.
  • Stay away from caffeine and other stimulants at least 2-3 hours before you float as they may interrupt the relaxation response.
  • No jewelry should be worn during the session, please remove before your float.

Pre-Float Issues and Contraindications:

  • If you recently colored your hair, we ask that you wait to float for at least 72 hours-  this is to prevent ruining your new color and staining our tank!
  • Please reschedule if you are on your menstrual cycle.
  • If you have recently been tatooed, we ask that you wait until after the skin has healed to prevent damaging your artwork.
  • Please reschedule if you have any open cuts or sores.
  • Float Therapy is NOT recommended if you have if you have epilepsy, kidney disease, low blood pressure, any contagious disease, including diarrhea or gastroenteritis, open wounds or skin ulcers.