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The Float Spot - The Float Spot

$33 for a 60-Minute Floatation Experience at The Float Spot ($65 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Mar 31st, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Appointment required. Must be 15 or older. Cannot be used more than once by the same individual. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.

Questions and Answers 6 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

can 2 people go in one pod ?

margret w.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Each of our pods are designed for one person only, but we have 4 pods. Once you experience a floatation session, you will know that YOU are the only person that you would want to float with. (haha). At booking, just make sure you let us know that you want 2 appts together

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Do customers need to bring anything with them?

Judy W.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

A bathing suit is not necessary, but you may wear one if you would like.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Judy, no need to bring anything but yourself. We supply towels, ear plugs (that are sanitized), shower sandals, shampoo, conditioner, body gel, hair dryers, body lotions and deodorant. If you have contact lenses, please bring a case (we have solution)

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

Q:

Are these valid for use on the weekends?

Brett J.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Yes, as long as the business has availability you are more than welcome to use this Groupon on the weekend!

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Brett, the special is absolutely good on weekends. We suggest you book ahead as that weekends generally fill up about 10 days in advance. You can book your appt on our website (purchasing a normal floatation session) and the special price will be adjusted when you check-in

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

Q:

How do you keep this water sanitized to prevent bacterial/viral contamination from user to user?

Wendy S.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

After each use the water is filtered. When you are finished with the session, you will see the filtration process start with the gently moving water. Three cycles in 15 minutes that remove up to 1 micron of particles (1/100th the size of a human hair).

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

GREAT QUESTION Wendy. In addition to the above being true, our filtration takes place 24/7. If a person is not floating (during the day or at night when we are closed), the filtration system will operate every 90 minutes. There is also a slow release of liquid chlorine (10% concentration) as an additional sanitation process. Our filters are changed (not just cleaned) out frequently, to help assure the cleanliness of our floatation tanks. Even more important to remember, because of the nature of our floatation tank (300 gallons of water, saturated with 1100 lbs of medical grade Epsom Salts or magnesium sulphate), everything below the waterline is so mineral concentrated, that no bacteria can survive. I hope this helps

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

Q:

Other than the listed health risks on your site, are there any limitations to doing a float? Weight limit, etc?

Keiran C.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

We pretty much cover everything on our website. Weight has never been an issue in our tanks. The amount of stress taken off of a person's back and joints is incredible. As always, please let your physician know that you are floating, in case there are any other medical concerns you may have (that we don't cover on our website). Thanks for your question

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

Q:

can 2 people go in one pod ?

margret w.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Each of our pods are designed for one person only, but we have 4 pods. Once you experience a floatation session, you will know that YOU are the only person that you would want to float with. (haha). At booking, just make sure you let us know that you want 2 appts together

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

Q:

Is this experience safe for 8 month pregnant women?

Judy W.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Pregnant women can float, but the business suggests you first consult your physician. As a pregnant woman’s body gets heavier, floating becomes a great sense of relief from the pull of gravity and helps alleviate joint pain.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Hi Judy- First congratulations. A pregnant woman can float anytime after she begins her second trimester, up to delivery time. The water temp is 92-94 (same range as the surface of your skin), so the temp of the water does not alter core body temp. The feeling of weightlessness will take all pressure off of your lower back and legs. Earlier this year, we had 2 women that heard their baby's heartbeat while in the tank (at 7.5 months). As with anything, please let your OB/GYN know ahead of time, because we want them involved and aware.

Ray T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

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