The Levity Mailbox

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We love getting questions about floating, our studio, and why we do what we do. And from time to time we’ll even get a message from a guest with a touching story.

From time to time we’ll share a few of these questions and stories with you. So if you have a question, even if you think it’s silly, don’t be shy – go ahead and ask.

If you have a story to tell about your experience, please share.

Below are three questions, where they came from, and our responses.

You don’t have a phone number listed anywhere? Is that on purpose? – Daniela, Facebook

It is. We had a phone in-studio when we first opened and guests shared it was disruptive to their experience. We agreed and had it removed. Totally understand this isn’t standard for a business so we work really hard at being very responsive electronically. 

I’m scheduled to try this for the first time tomorrow. Should I bring a swimsuit and/or shower supplies, towel, etc? – Katya, Email

The large majority of guests (>99%) float nude and the reason our filtration systems are so hefty.

But if you feel you’d be more comfortable in a swim suit, please bring it with you 🙂

Each room has it’s own 17″ rainfall shower, rustic LED mirror, hair dryer, and fluffy towel. We have a natural hemp soap (which is good for skin and hair), ear plugs, and other amenities you’ll need for the experience. 

I swung by but nobody was at the studio. What are your hours?  – Todd, Email

Sorry we missed you! The first available session of the day starts at 8:30am and the latest float begins at 8:30pm. We’re appointment only and all reservations are made online.

Sometimes between appointments we step out to eat, attend a meeting, do a load of towels, and would hate to miss you again. So please let us know if you’d like to setup a day and time to come by, tour the studio, and chat – we’d love to meet you.

Now it’s your turn. Have a question? Click the ‘Ask a Question’ button.

Interesting story? Just click the ‘Share a Story’ button and share away.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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