Coronavirus/COVID-19 Guidelines

By May 6, 2020 No Comments
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We are confident we can provide a safe float environment but to do so, we have instituted some new procedures and guidelines.


Coronavirus Guidelines

  • We are staggering float times as best we can to limit interaction and appreciate your patience when we can’t.

  • We will prop the front door open when possible for easy entry. If another floater is in the reception area, please wait outside until the area clears. Please be patient and move through the space mindfully, limiting what you touch and keeping a socially safe distance (at least six feet) from our staff and any other floaters you may encounter.

  • Our staff will be wearing masks. We also require all floaters to wear a mask while in our common areas. You may remove it once you are in your float room.

  • Sanitizer will be available at the front desk and tea bar. Please sanitize your hands upon entering our reception area. Our staff will be washing their hands and sanitizing touch points often.

  • We will take everyone’s temperature as they enter the space so please wait in the reception area until we are able to welcome you. Anyone with an above average body temperature will be asked to reschedule.

  • We ask that you please complete your waiver (for first time floaters) and put a credit card on file before your appointment so that we can provide touch free check-in and check-out.

  • We are not offering refreshments for the time being, but disposable cups will be available to fill at our touchless water filling station.

  • Our staff will have their temperature taken before each shift. If you, or anyone you have been in contact with in the past 14 days has been sick please stay home. We are waiving our cancellation fee. If you receive an email saying that you have floats expiring, we are extending expirations so please do not panic.


We always take our sanitation processes seriously, but we have ramped up efforts. All hard surfaces that our floaters come in contact with are wiped with an EPA approved disinfectant. In addition to our normal processes, we will be sanitizing the entire inside of the float tank, shower and bench with a peroxide solution. In order to execute these new processes, we will be adding additional time between floats.

As far as the float solution, the CDC issued this statement: “There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs. Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection of pools and hot tubs (which is how float tanks are categorized by the State of Florida) should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.”

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