Dead Sea Salt Floating Pools
Q: What do I wear?
A: We recommend going in fully nude (the float is private), however you are more than welcome to wear a swimsuit if you prefer. We provide robes, towels, and sandals. It is also a good idea to remove any jewelry.
Q: How should I prepare for my float session?
A: Once you are checked in, your host will escort you to the locker room. We ask that you shower to remove oils, lotion, deodorant and hair products. All shower essentials are provided.
Q: Are the pools handicap accessible?
A: Yes, our entire facilities are accessible and we have a lift available in one of the pool rooms - a caretaker must be present throughout the session.
Q: Are the pools safe for pregnant woman?
A: Absolutely! Floating is great for pregnant woman - it is very relaxing and releases tension and inflmmation.
Q: Are the pools public or private?
A: The pool is completely private. When booking a session, you are booking the entire pool room for 45 minutes. You are welcome to book with a friend for the same pool room.
Q: What are the safety measures I should take?
A: Do not put your face in the water, taste the water, or get the salt water in your eyes. All of these can cause extreme discomfort. Be sure to drink plenty of water during your session. Try not to shave 24-48 hours before entering the pools.
Q: How are the pools maintained?
A: Our pools are constantly filtering at 73 gallons/minute. Every 9 minutes all the water has gone through the filters.
Q: What should I wear or bring?
A: Whatever you would like! You will be sitting for a while, so feel free to bring an iPad (we have free wifi!) , Kindle, or book. You can even bring a yoga mat or meditation chair. The salt room is a great place to take deep breaths and be still.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Everyone must wear socks, slippers, and gloves – we provide all of these for you. Men must wear briefs (cotton or wool is better for insulation). Women can go in completely nude other than the socks, slippers, and gloves that we provide OR wear under garments – sports bra or bandeau is best. Avoid any metal, plastic, or moisture. If you have stitches or piercings that cannot be removed, they can be wrapped in gauze (we provide) or covered with your hands. Do not put on lotion or any kind of moisturizer before a cryo session. If you are planning to use the other spa facilities or get any other treatments, do the cryotherapy first.
Q: Is there an age limit?
A: At least 14 years old with parental supervision or 18 years old.
Q: Any other safety precautions?
A: Avoid cryotherapy if you are pregnant, have any kind of heart issues, or high blood pressure (over 160). If you have any concerns, please ask your doctor or avoid cryotherapy.
Q: Will I be alone?
A: For safety reasons, other than when you are dressing or undressing, one of our cryo certified team members will be with you during your session.
Q: How long is a session?
A: 90 – 180 seconds. You can stay in for a shorter time, but not for a longer time.
Q: How often can I come?
A: Up to three times a week.
Q: Can I bring a friend?
A: You can be in the room together, but only one person in the cryo chamber at a time.