Is there anyone that shouldn’t float?

Please avoid floating if you have one or more of the following conditions: uncontrolled epilepsy or history of seizures, drug or alcohol intoxication, skin/infectious disease, open wounds, serious psychological conditions, any medical conditions that are untreated or not under control, such as high or low blood pressure / prone to ear infections, skin allergies, or reactions to Epsom salt or hydrogen peroxide.

You will be asked to sign a detailed waiver form before your first float. When in doubt, please consult your doctor first.

It’s my first time. What do I need to know?

Like many things, floating takes a bit of practice. It also works differently for everyone, as you have a unique mind and body.

During your first float, you’ll spend some time adjusting to the environment, before you enter a meditative state. View our first float guide for a short video of what you can expect.

What will I need to bring or prepare?

Swimwear is optional. We recommend going nude, so you can fully relax with nothing on your skin. You'll have full privacy in your personal room, with a pod and shower inside.

We provide everything else – towels, earplugs, and toiletries. You may want to bring conditioner or a comb.

Have something to eat before so you won't feel hungry, and refrain from caffeine three hours before your float. Please also avoid shaving/waxing on the same day. Other than that, come with an open mind.

How is the water cleaned?

The water is fully filtered 3 times for at least 15 minutes between each float, passing through a 1-micron filter and a UV light disinfection system. We add hydrogen peroxide for disinfection.

The high concentration of Epsom salt also helps to create a sterile environment where microorganisms cannot survive in.

What if I’m claustrophobic?

The pod is 2.1m long and 1.4m across, comfortable for most bodies. It's easy to close your eyes and imagine you’re floating in the vastness of outer space.

You are in control of your experience. The pod does not lock shut, so you may open it and step out anytime. You may also keep the light on.

Is the water hot or cold?

The water is heated to around 34.5 degrees – matching the temperature of your skin. As you lie still, you'll eventually lose the sensation of the water touching your skin, thus giving you the feeling of weightlessness.

Will my skin prune up?

Not at all. Soaking in Epsom salt water relaxes your muscles and reduces inflammation, replenishes your magnesium levels, and more.

Can I float when I’m pregnant?

Floating helps to relieve the aches and pains that come with pregnancy. We usually recommend to wait till after your first trimester. Please consult your physician before coming in.

Do I need to wear swimwear to float?

It's optional; you’re recommended to float nude, so you can fully relax without anything on your skin. All of our rooms are private with a shower and float pod.

Can I float if I’m menstruating?

Please wait till after your period is over.

Can I float if my hair is coloured?

If you’ve recently dyed or bleached your hair, please wait 1-2 weeks after before you float. The water should run clear when you shower. This applies especially to semi permanent hair dyes, as they are more prone to running.

I’m prone to motion sickness. Should I float?

If you are prone to motion sickness, you may experience it on your first float. It takes some time to get used to the sensation of floating. You may wish to bring anti-nausea pills, and we provide nausea-relief ginger candy. We’d also recommend to lie still in the water, so that it does not get choppy.

Are there any weight or height restrictions?

Our pods can fit a person of up to 2m tall. If you're a tall or plus sized individual, you may bump into the sides more than the average person, at first. With time, you'll be able to center yourself easily in the pod.

There is no weight limit – thanks to a high concentration of Epsom salt in each pod, you will float naturally and effortlessly.

Payments and packages

What modes of payment are accepted?

Kindly make full payment to confirm your appointment online. For walk-ins, we accept contactless payment via credit cards.

My float package expired. What can I do?

You may reactivate your package at $40 for a three month extension. Email us and we’ll get you sorted as soon as possible.

Booking a session

Where is the float club?

We have one location in the Lavender/Kallang area of Singapore, at 66 Kampong Bugis, Level 5, Singapore 338987. For directions, click here.

How many float pods do you have?

We have six Dream Pods. Slots are staggered in groups of three, so you may book for up to three pax at a time.

If you are floating with friends, please ask them to sign our e-waiver at this link ahead of your visit.

Do I have to make an appointment, and how can I do so?

Advance booking is required to ensure that we have an available pod for you. Please book online here. Payment is required to confirm your spot.

How do I cancel my appointment?

You may do so by clicking on the 'Cancel/Reschedule' button in your booking confirmation email. You can also call or WhatsApp us.

Please give a minimum of 24hrs notice. Otherwise, we may charge a penalty fee or forfeit a float credit if you have a package.

Is there an age limit?

The minimum age is 16. If you are under 16, either of your parents will need to sign your waiver form and accompany you in the float room.

There is no maximum age limit, however you should be physically able to enter and exit the float pod without assistance.

Do you have couple rooms?

Floating is a private and personal experience. By leaving all external distractions outside the pod, you'll be able to access a deeper state of relaxation. Hence, we do not offer couple rooms in our space. However, you and your partner can hang out together in our lounge after your floats, for as long as you'd like.