Find your RelaxationFind your Peace
What is Float Therapy?
Float Therapy is a holistic healing method that provides immediate relief from pain; it helps eliminate stress and promotes restoration of mind, body, and soul. It is also known as Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) or Sensory Deprivation Therapy.
If you’ve ever taken an Epsom salt bath, you are familiar with its healing properties. We use 1000 pounds of Epsom salt in 10 to 12 inches of water heated to your skin temperature, which gives you a natural buoyancy to float effortlessly. The float experience gives your mind the sensory deprivation needed to relax, restore, and recharge and can be used by anyone with Chronic pain conditions, an athlete looking for muscle recovery, and a sedentary person (desk job).
Your private room and a 5-Star Experiencetailored just for you
Divine Float Spa offers 4 private suites, each with a Float pool, allowing you to relax in a sensory-input-controlled environment and soak into Epsom salt saturated water. If you have never floated before, we highly recommend a 30 or 60-minute session for the first time. For deeper relaxation, you can choose 90 minute or 2.5 hour float session.
Read our Reviews
Ready for your Float?
Therest and healing you’ve been looking for is right here in Exton!
Benefits of Float Therapy
Reduces stress & anxiety
Reduces chronic pain/inflammation
Speeds athletic recovery
Reduces blood pressure
Improves quality of sleep
Increases mental clarity & alertness
You simply must experience the bliss of defying gravity and relaxing in a state of deep peace!
Float Therapy Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can. Our float pools give you a weightless floating experience rather than being confined in a small space. You don’t have to worry if you have claustrophobia as you are always in control of your surroundings.
Yes, if you are pregnant, you can still float. Floating will help relieve any muscle pain you have or any stress. You can always consult your physician before coming in.
Yes. Just follow the same rules that you do for a swimming pool.
It is not required as many people float with nothing on. However, if you feel uncomfortable, you can bring your bathing suit.
You can get out anytime. There aren’t any locks on the doors, and you control when you get out.
Bring anything you need for after showering (hairbrush, contact lens case/solution, etc.), as we have just about everything else you may need during your shower (-all-natural soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and earplugs)! We also have a Vanity room for afterward which includes hairdryers.
For the best experience at our float spa, here are a few things you need to do to prepare for a float session:
- Avoid shaving at least 12 hours before your float; else, you will be distracted by the Epsom salt sting.
- Use the washroom before showering.
- Eat a light, easily digestible meal; an empty or too-full stomach is not ideal for floating.
- Do not have too much water before the float.
- Do not smoke before you float.
- Avoid caffeine before you float because it works to keep you awake and aware, which might hinder your float experience.
We go through in-depth maintenance of the float pools. The Solution is sterilized between sessions through a process of commercial-grade circulation, filtration and purified using a combination of UV (Ultraviolet Light) and Ozone. No harsh chemicals (Chlorine, Bromine etc) are used in the solution at our facilities.
New Clients MUST arrive at least 10 minutes prior to their scheduled time to get a 10-minute orientation.
All Clients must give 24 hours’ notice in order to cancel or reschedule scheduled appointments. Canceling or rescheduling without 24 hours’ notice, or not showing for scheduled appointments will require being charged for your appointments. If multiple bookings are held under the same credit, debit, or gift card, all late cancellation, reschedule requests, or no show appointments will be charged on the card provided.
Avoid shaving, waxing, or tanning at least 12-24 hours prior to Floating. We cannot accommodate you if you have recently dyed your hair or had a chemical hair treatment. We recommend waiting at least 2 weeks before your Float to ensure that the color does not bleed in the Float pool when showering. We are not responsible for any damage or stripping of your hair dye, and there is a significant clean up fee if your hair dye stains the Float room water or the room itself.
No. The magnesium present in the water prevents your skin from getting pruned as well. However, we do recommend drinking a lot of water after floating. As floating relaxes our muscles, it gives an opportunity for us to flush out any metabolic waste that was trapped in our tight muscles.