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Float Matrix has a treat for you!
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Bring in your documentation/identification as a nurse, paramedic, firefighter, police officer, teacher, bodyworker, healer, active military personnel or veteran and receive a 33% discount.

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Adam F.
Report | 22 days ago
Wear the ear plugs, and be sure to bring your contact case to take out your contacts! I did it with my arms over my head this time, it was much more comfortable on my neck this way. The owner is very nice, this is a great place!
Pip B.
Report | 2 months ago
You have to shower before you float - so if you have any shower products you can't shower without / bring them. Bring comfortable / easy to put on clothes. The last thing you'll want to do after the experience is button-tie-zip to be on your way.
Michelle B.
Report | 2 months ago
Very relaxing. Go on a day when you're not doing much.
Adam B.
Report | 5 months ago
Probably not for everyone, but it was really great.
Report | 8 months ago
Most amazing experience. I will definitely be back. Friendly staff, easy location to park. Clean and quiet. Most relaxing hour ever.
Anna B.
Report | 2 years ago
It is a good experience, everyone should try it
Kristy T.
Report | 2 years ago
Do it!
Leslee R.
Report | 2 years ago
Going back!

From Our Editors

"I stepped out of the pod feeling almost absurdly peaceful and relaxed, wanting to do nothing more than just sit in a park somewhere and be happy and grateful." So said Mark Lukach of 7x7 after two float sessions in the 30% Epsom-salts water at Float Matrix. Named the Best Place to Alter Your Consciousness in 2010 by SF Weekly, the center lets visitors unburden themselves of stress in a soundproof, lightproof pod designed to simulate weightlessness and send brainwave patterns into a soothing theta state. The process has been scientifically researched and is based on a phenomenon called Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique, or REST?a deeply relaxed state in which the body is believed to divert freed-up resources to address cognitive function, creativity, and conditions such as pain and broken telekinesis actuators.

Owner Kane Mantyla told Lukach, "Floating is a lot like experiencing ?nothing,? and there is no set narrative for ?nothing? in our culture.? Mantyla was inspired to found the center in 2006, after experiencing a profound healing from his own pain. He has since facilitated more than 10,000 floats, helping clients share in the blissful nothingness in a tranquil, clean environment. The saltwater?which is mostly sterile to begin with?is sanitized after each session with compound filtration, ozone, and a small amount of hydrogen peroxide. Not content to only provide one path to relaxation, the center also promotes wellness via infrared-sauna sessions.

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