1. Enter the cabin, sit in the middle, close the door and lie gently on the water. To avoid getting water into your eyes while you are laying on the water, try not to make waves. Once you have settled down, allow your head to float freely on the surface without tensing your muscles. The correct positioning of the head is when your ears are under water and the head is slightly inclined to the rear. See what position you are comfortable with – arms folded along the body or perhaps bent along the head.
2. You have a red emergency button in the cabin – just in case you need to call the service. There is also a white button that switches on / off the delicate lighting – you decide yourself what mood is in the cabin. For better relaxation, it is recommended to switch off the light as soon as possible.
3. During the session do not think, do not analyze the whole day or other matters nor blame yourself for any wrong doing. Focus on what is here and now. As the water in the cabin is body temperature, and is maintained at the same level throughout the session, you will not feel cold.
4. Savor the time for you and only have for yourself. And your brain automatically enters the state of alpha and theta (deep relaxation). Your body, with every minute will be more and more relaxed.
5. For more details about what happens to you on floating, read the „What is floating” tab which you may watch in the attached movie provided.
6. Two minutes before the end of the session, you will hear delicate music from the speakers, which will be the sign that today is the end of the floating session. Slowly sit down, remove excess water from your hair, place your hand on your forehead and tilt your head back – this will prevent water from entering your eyes. However, if salt water gets into your eyes, do not panic, it’s safe, it can only cause slight stinging. After leaving, wash your eyes and face under the shower.