Resonance Float & Sound
Relaxation & Holistic Wellness Center
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What you should know...
BEFORE YOUR FLOAT...
DO eat only a small meal about 90 minutes prior to arriving
DO make sure you are well hydrated
DO try to avoid caffeine and nicotine prior to arriving as it is too stimulating
DO be sure to check with your Physician prior to floating if you are Pregnant, post natal, have asthma, a heart condition, epilepsy, extremely high or low blood pressure, diabetes, are a chemotherapy patient or if you are uncertain for ANY reason, ALWAYS consult your physician first.
DO be sure to have prior written parental consent if under the age of 18
DO arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment to discuss any questions and have a shower
DO remove your contact lenses and jewelry
DO use the restroom prior to floating to avoid that distraction
DO use the provided A & D on any small scratches or cuts
DO put the provided ear plugs in (they are less annoying if you do this before your shower)
DO remove all makeup
DO take a shower AND wash your hair using body wash and shampoo to eliminate any lotions, oils, hair products, etc. BEFORE entering the pod
DO remember to turn the shower off before entering the pod
DO NOT shave or wax within 12 hours of floating as the salt could irritate your skin
DO NOT float if you have just colored or dyed your hair, you must wait 1 week, longer for temporary brightly colored hair
DO NOT float for 4-6 weeks if you have just gotten a new tattoo.
DO NOT float for 2 weeks after being ill or experiencing diarrhea
DO NOT float if intoxicated by drugs or alcohol
DO NOT float if you have a severe or infectious skin condition, contagious disease, or infected/open/bleeding wounds
DO NOT float if you are currently under-going chemotherapy treatments
DO NOT float if you are suffering from an unstable mental condition such as psychosis or have suicidal tendencies
DO NOT float if you have applied a sunless tanning product within the last 72 hours
DO NOT add bubbles to the pod
DURING YOUR FLOAT…
Turn the room light off prior to entering the pod
You can have the light inside the pod on or off
You can leave the music on or off
You can leave the lid open or closed, or anywhere in between, all according to your comfort level
A neck support, spray bottle and hand towel are provided to help prevent salt water from getting in your eyes and to wash/dab it away if it gets close
You can leave your arms at your sides or put them over your head, take a minute to determine what is most comfortable for you
Then just let go…Relax…Restore…and Rejuvenate!
AFTER YOUR FLOAT…
Music will signal the end of your session, slowly bring yourself back
Slowly exit the pod
Take a quick shower to rinse the salt off & condition your hair BEFORE exiting the float room
Use the provided robe or get dressed and exit the float room to do your hair, makeup, etc. so that the room can be prepared for the next client
You are welcome to relax in our meditation/reflection room, or in the swings and have some water or hot tea, and gently return to the world from your float.
What You Should Bring...
What you should know about the Far-Infrared Sauna...
You should bring/wear a bathing suit or shorts and tank top
You need to be well hydrated
You should consult with your physician if you are in poor health or currently under medical care and undergoing any kinds of treatments
If you are pregnant
The elderly, infants and those who are extremely weak physically
DO NOT use the sauna if you are under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication, breathing the heated air could result in unconsciousness
DO NOT use the sauna if you have any open wounds
DO NOT use the sauna if you are dealing with any eye diseases
DO NOT use the sauna if you are severely sunburned
DO NOT use the sauna if you are dealing with any serious illness
DO NOT use if you have suffered a joint or muscle injury within the last 48 hours