Each guest is asked to certify that they haven't knowingly been exposed to the virus and that they aren't experiencing any symptoms.
We also ask each guest to wear a mask upon arrival and departure, as well as when using the community areas. The mask can and should be removed during service sessions.
If you prefer, use the foot pulls at the entrance instead of the hand pulls on the door. (It's a heavy door, so get grounded, and pull hard!) Upon arrival, after removing your shoes, wear the provided socks, and use the provided hand sanitizer.
First Time Floats
A New Orientation Method
Because our float suites are smaller in size, we cannot properly practice physical distancing to introduce guests to the float process. Instead, first time guests will be invited to watch a video orientation that covers how to prepare for your float, how to control lights and music, and a few float tips.
Guests will still have the opportunity to ask questions before the session begins.
Automations Throughout the Center
In order to reduce the number of places we all have to touch, we have implemented new motion sensor controls in several areas.
All lights throughout the center are motion activated, as are the soap and hand sanitizer dispensers. The restroom faucet is now motion-activated too.
Additional Disinfection Measures
The Extra Bit to Keep Everyone Well
We've already been masters of cleaning and sanitizing the float rooms, but we've added a few extra steps for good measure. Our float solution already goes through at least 5 filtration cycles with a micron filter, UV, and ozone. We've added a UV/ozone cycle to also address the air and the walls/ceilings inside the cabin.
Further, we use EPA-approved cleaning products on all touch points in the float suites and inside the float cabin. We added a UV/ozone sterilization cycle to the float suite (where you dress/undress) after each guest and in all common areas throughout the day.