Floating in water relieves the body of its constant battle against gravity, a natural force that should really just lighten up already. Take a load off with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a 1.5-hour float session (a $60 value)
- $29 for a 1-hour float session (a $45 value) and a 1-hour steam and sauna session (a $15 value; a $60 total value)
During float sessions, clients lie in a 7’x4’ tank filled with 10 inches of saltwater to relax both the muscles and the mind; the sessions are said to increase users’ creativity, among other benefits. Clients can also spend a total of one hour in the center’s dry-heat cedar sauna and 10-person steam room, switching between the two as they see fit.
Everett House Healing Center
Though Everett House Healing Center has changed since its inception in 1979, the center's devotion to traditional preventive healing has not. On the grounds of the multibuilding facility, holistic practitioners work alongside resident chiropractors to deliver such stress-relieving spa services as Swedish massages and organic facials. They can also shelter guests inside a Samadhi flotation tank filled with 10 inches of water and 800 pounds of epsom salt, a treatment that is said to detoxify muscles and alleviate tension while lowering the heart rates of hummingbirds who have had too much cappuccino.
Elsewhere in the facility, a cedar sauna wafts dry heat over bodies to expunge impurities from skin, and a tiled steam room's therapeutic vapors clear the respiratory system. Guest can also relax in the new salt water hot tub. The center maintains a coed, clothing-optional environment aside from limited women-only hours.
92% of 739 customers recommend
“The Everette House has a beautiful interior and the hot soaking pool has a wonderful waterfall. I really enjoyed soaking outside.”
“Gina gave a wonderful , intuitively massage, that was also technical, yet felt pampering”
“This is a great deal. Well informed staff anticipate any questions. the float alone is worth the price, but the hour of spa time is a great bonus.”