Welcome to Float’s Local Holiday Shopping Guide
If you’re here, it means one thing:
You’re ready to save the holiday season!
No seriously. We’ve spent the last month checking out what the small business community has on offer for the holidays, so we can help you support the businesses that make a difference AND feature great holiday deals.
Located on the first level of the Pritzlaff building on the outskirts of the Third Ward and Walker’s Point, Aperitivo is a trendy, cozy, Italian-inspired restaurant with great prices and mouth-watering food. It’s the perfect place to stop by after work, or snag carry-out meals from. From now until December 31st, when you purchase a gift card for $100 or more you’ll receive 15% off. And, there’s no limit! This deal is available in person, or by calling (414) 276-4400.
Bars & Rec.
A collective of five concept bars across the city (Splash Studio, Axe MKE, Nine Below, North South Club, and Head Space Trivia) Bars & Rec. blends immersive experiences with the magic of craft cocktails, local brews, and flavorful wines. They’ve modified their spaces to be safe and sanitary for small groups to enjoy, but for those who prefer playing it safe at home, take and make kits are available from Splash Studio.
Black Sheep celebrates local, inventive, and experimental flavors with a menu that pairs well with their unusual beverage fare. They work hard to source the most unique wine and beers they can for more seasoned palates. Give a digital gift card to the wine, beer, or cocktail connoisseurs in your life, because we know they’ll discover a new favorite.
While it can be fun to bake desserts that work for your dietary needs, finding bakeries that respect them can be tricky. Blooming Lotus’ goods are crafted without dairy, grains, and with your needs in mind. These vegan treats are baked without losing the complex flavors you expect from the best bakeries around. Stop by and pick up some scones, muffins, or special order a cake for your celebration.
Bounce has doubled down on being a voice for the small business community, by consistently shouting out other businesses in need that actively invest in Milwaukee. They’ve committed every sale they make during this time to the wellbeing of their employees — helping them remain paid, or fulfilling severance packages. Picking up a gift card for when they reopen ensures one more person can rest easy during the holidays… and gives you an unmatched experience when they reopen!
Bowls To Go
Bowls To Go, located next to Float, is a prepared meal service featuring healthy AND delicious food that fit your lifestyle. They offer weekly subscriptions and a la carte bowls—perfect for those post holiday indulgence. Sign up for a subscription or pre-order individual bowls Monday through 3 p.m. Friday every week for pick up, or have your order delivered, the following Tuesday. Bowls To Go focuses on both fresh (refrigerated) and frozen bowls, so that customers can enjoy a nourishing meal on their timeline.
We’ve got our own holiday gift card sale going on until the end of December 31st, for all your winter floating needs. And you know what? There’s nothing quite like slipping into a 95 degree salt water bath and floating into eternity. Float gift cards can be purchased online and delivered whenever you want. One 60-minute float for just $55 or a two-float gift card for $95! Why not stock up when you can save up to 40% on your floats?
Single origin chocolate, environmental sustainability, and no artificial preservatives make Indulgence’s confections a guilt-free choice. Their commitment to the technical craft of creating chocolate has tempered them into a local favorite. This holiday season, give the delectable experience of a the perfect season treat!
Milwaukee Art Museum
They may be closed to promote the safety of the community right now, which means now is the best time to support such an important Milwaukee institution! A gift membership to the MAM comes with some incredible benefits that should not be passed up. Plus, for a limited time these memberships come with an extra three months, and a gift voucher.
The Milwaukee Film Festival is a celebration of visual storytelling, along with the organization’s commitment to the community. In the spirit of preserving the culture, study of, and communal investment in the art of filmmaking, consider gifting a film-buff or art-lover a membership with Milwaukee Film. With eight different membership options, you can gift the perfect stocking stuffer, or show-stopping gift.
Milworks thrives as a rugged and refined men’s goods shop. They offer a curated selection of items for the holiday season with gifts under $50. When you shop with them, you’re not getting the usual department store fare, instead they source their catalog from sustainable brands that uphold quality over quantity, and care about their impact on the world.
MODA3 opened their doors in 2004, and have successfully kept up with the style curve of managing shoes, clothing, and accessories. MODA3’s is always running fantastic discounts on their sale page, but if you’re looking for a winning stocking stuffer we’ve heard rave reviews of their STANCE socks.
A modern take on an old-style general store, ModGen has been hard at work providing a shopping experience unlike any other for 20 years! They search far and wide for unique items to bring back to their shop for the ultimate “shop local” experience. Whether you’re searching for children’s books by local authors, deals on holiday items, or artisan hats, there’s a gift for everyone in your life.
Nourish Natural Products
All about organic, plant-based, and high-quality natural products, Nourish has YOU in mind as they source new items for their catalog — plus they take time to give back to the community whenever they can. Their holiday shopping options vary from stocking stuffers to gift sets and gift cards.
Their dedication to fresh, sustainable food is what drew in their 23,000 co-op owners, and paved the way for their four Greater Milwaukee area locations. This holiday season they’re offering gift card deals worth checking out. When you buy a gift card, you get a small gift card kickback for yourself. You can also contribute to their holiday food drive, and pick up some free holiday baking recipes.
Purple Door is a Milwaukee favorite treat (and if you don’t know who they are… you need to get over there ASAP). For the holidays, they offer several different chilly gift options. You can pick up access to their Pint Club, Bucket of Sandwiches, Holiday Pie Pints Pack, and more! Head over to their Holiday Gift Guide page to check out their other icy treats.
Rishi Tea & Botanicals
This organic, direct trade tea company holds fast to their commitment to sustainability and supporting those who spend their lives growing tea. And they certainly won’t leave you out to dry, because they also offer high quality teaware for casual tea drinkers and gongfu cha enthusiasts (a traditional tea ceremony). Rishi has a little something for every kind of tea lover!
SCOUT Wine Merchants
Featuring an unprecedented selection of wine, whiskey, and perfect palate pairings, SCOUT is your local one-stop-shop for everything alcohol. During the holiday season, you can pick from several different gift baskets including one that features six wines across the flavor and color spectrum for under $100. Note: WI alcohol laws prohibit delivery, so all purchases must be picked up on site.
Featuring the work of independent artists and designers, and offering a place to take or lead workshops, is the beating heart of Sparrow Collective. They offer items, clothing, jewelry, and other artisan works from more than 100 different small businesses across the country. If you’re looking for an exclusive collection of items you won’t find anywhere else, check out their holiday catalog for one-of-a-kind gifts.
With diverse menu offerings and a unique dining space in Walker’s Point, this restaurant is a must try this holiday season. In terms of holiday offerings, you can pick up a few Toast gift cards, or if you need a sanitary and safe place for you to host an appropriately sized holiday party, you can schedule a private event with them.
It’s a wonderfully modern lifestyle boutique featuring a large selection of curated specialty home goods, apothecary items, jewelry, plants, stylish clothing options, and more! If you’re searching for the best way to add a pop of color to your living space, URSA’s customers rave about their selection of unusual house plants.
Found on the second floor of the Pritzlaff building, Ward4 is a coworking space featuring exposed brick walls, original wood floors, and designed for total working comfort. The space is thoroughly cleaned every day, making it a safe and spacious option to get out of the house for a workday or meeting. For a limited time you can save 10% off a one month membership, when you mention Float Milwaukee, by emailing email@example.com.
The Waxwing is dedicated to sharing the best local artists and artisans have to offer. This year they have a robust offering of Christmas options for customers to dive into, including ornament sets, gift sets, stockings, and more. In case you’re not looking for holiday themed items, they also offer customized gift sets featuring candles, cocoa mixes, Milwaukee merchandise, and pampering products.
Need More Ideas?
Our community needs you more than ever to speak with your wallets, by supporting local businesses. If you need more ideas of who to support, OnMilwaukee has a nice write up of more than 100 local gifts. Thank you for choosing to shop local and supporting the small businesses that invest in the city we love.
Astronauts talk about what it feels like to leave Earth’s gravity for the first time, something between euphoria and completely natural.
Given that we’re glued to the Earth’s surface, humans are hard-pressed to even understand such a weightless experience. But what if you could? Would you do it? What if such an experience was in your backyard (or just up the road)?
As it turns out, floating works like that. The increased buoyancy from the Epsom salt in the water creates a weightlessness similar to drifting in zero gravity (of course, it’s not a perfect simulation)! This helps those who float potentially reach that state of euphoria.
And when a person floats frequently, their body begins to exhibit the benefits. Some of the benefits are short term, while others serve the body for the long term.
So, if you’re ready to learn more, settle in with us because we’re going to highlight some of the biggest benefits to frequent floating.
Driving Back Chronic Pain
How does floating ease chronic pain? As it turns out, gravity is pretty hard on our bodies. When a person floats, pressure is taken off their ligaments, joints, and muscles. By reducing the pressure these parts of the body have a chance to loosen up and rest themselves. Since they don’t ask for breaks, floating is a great way to take the load off them and give your mind a chance to rest as well!
Chronic pain takes a toll on the body, as well as the mind. By choosing to float frequently both the mind and the body get to recharge.
Fatigue and pain are some of the biggest reasons people lay awake at night. Since frequent floating relaxes the muscles, joints, and ligaments, sleep is more easily achieved. Floating helps your body wind-down and relax which is the perfect recipe for sleep to come easily.
What’s the reason for this wind-down effect? On top of a loosened body, floating encourages deep breathing, which prompts airways and blood vessels to open up. When the body is functioning the way it’s meant to, the natural recharging mechanisms work how they should.
Reduced Stress and Blood Pressure
The minerals in Epsom salt stimulate lower blood pressure. However, that’s not the only way it lowers stress and blood pressure. Being able to relax the mind stimulates a reduction in cortisol—the stress chemical our body creates.
Steady breathing, which lowers the heart rate + relaxation, which lowers cortisol + Epsom salt = an overall healthier body. That sounds like a pretty great deal, right?
When you float often and consistently, you get to partake in the short term benefits like better sleep and lower stress. The long term benefits also stack up! Lower blood pressure over time, a better heart rate, and an overall more relaxed body is good for your longevity.*
Until then… we hope to see you around at Float Milwaukee!
*Floating CAN help alleviate symptoms and pain. Floating is NOT a cure for arthritis, inflammatory diseases, serious mental health disorders, heart disease, and other ailments. Make sure you see a doctor if you’re experiencing intense chronic pain, along with any abnormal symptoms or mental states.
It’s true: people love to travel. There’s just something deep inside many of us that gives us an undeniable wanderlust. Whether it’s the drive to experience new things, a desire to return someplace you’ve loved, or just the whim to pick a direction and see what’s out there, most people feel that pull sooner or later.
Still, while travel can be an amazing adventure, it sometimes carries stress along with it. One of the most insidious and dreaded forms is the phenomenon known as “jet lag.” Or, the fatigue that comes from experiencing a significant shift in time zones. But even if you’re flying straight north or south without needing to reset your watch, tiredness from travel can be a real bear to deal with.
Let’s start with the time zone pickle. Domestically, the effects of traditional jet lag can be noticeable, but mild. If it’s noon in Los Angeles, it’s only 3 p.m. in New York. Usually, a quick coffee is all you really need in that case.
But what about international travel? That same noon in LA is 8 p.m. in London. 11 p.m. in Moscow. And in Tokyo and Sydney, it’s already tomorrow. So, whether traveling for business or leisure, adjusting to a completely different schedule can really cramp your traveling style.
Even staying within the same time zone is no guarantee you won’t de-plane pretty wrung out. It takes just as much time to fly from Miami to Toronto as it does to jet from Chicago to Las Vegas. So even though you’re not necessarily messing with your perception of the hour when you land, it can still be a pretty exhausting day of travel.
There are a lot of theories as to why travel tension happens, and how to alleviate it. Some health experts have suggested that extended time spent at elevated altitudes may be partially to blame. There’s even a school of thought gaining momentum that says strolling around barefoot in the local earth may help literally ground us, and “reset” certain electrical charges in the body.
Thankfully, there’s a significant range of evidence that indicates floating can be very effective in re-orienting your internal clock to promote improved restfulness. Since some studies suggest that an hour in a float tank can be equivalent to a 5-7 hours of sleep, many travelers report some success with using floatation therapy to “reboot” their topsy-turvy sleep schedules.
So…how does it work?
Sleep may be something we all do every night, but the science of how and why we sleep still holds many mysteries. However, one thing science does seem to agree on is that we all have a personal, interior set of sleep-regulating patterns referred to as “circadian rhythms.”
These rhythms are a complex set of deep-seated brain-wave patterns that govern when we sleep and how deeply. They can be affected by many things. Stress, diet, work schedules, habits, and – of course – travel all factor in to the maintenance (and/or disruption) of the circadian cycle.
And when this happens, many jet-setters swear by floating as a means of helping to “nudge” their sleep cycles back into a workable state.
Supermodel Elle MacPherson reportedly cites floating as the ideal way to keep herself in top runway-strutting shape no matter where she travels in the world. So does her friend and fellow model Jessica Hart, who touts tank time as a means of “resetting” her baseline sleep cycle, saying, “afterwards you feel super chilled and rejuvenated.”
Actress Naomie Harris agrees, having recently told Balance Magazine, ”I’ve discovered that the only way to combat the effects of traveling is to immerse myself in a dark pod, filled with salt water and float for an hour. It’s all about sensory deprivation and works a treat. I go straight there from the airport, but my dream is to have my own tank at home.”
Still not convinced? Health coach and wellness blogger Jenny Sansouci points to floating as the best way to beat the jet lag blahs, saying that “one of the most celebrated benefits of the float tank is getting deep, deep rest.”
“When I take a long international flight, I have a little jet lag trick that I use as often as possible: I book a session in a float tank immediately when I land at my destination. If I do a 60-90 minute float upon arrival, it always makes my body feel rested and rejuvenated from the long day (or days) of travel, and significantly reduces the recovery time I need to feel like myself again.”
Still need more? CNN recently listed floating as an effective jet lag therapy, alongside melatonin supplements, and Japanese water massage. They write:
“New treatments such as Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST), also known as isolation tanks or flotation therapy, could also provide some perks for frequent travelers due to its ability to recalibrate your internal clock. In Europe, REST flotation tanks have been a popular practice since the 1980s. They are used for relaxation, encouraging creativity, and treating problems such as anxiety, swelling, insomnia and jet lag.”
Of course, none of this is to suggest that you NEED to have traveled recently in order to stop in to Float Milwaukee. Still trying to catch up on lost holiday sleep? Burning some midnight oil hours to make up for time off of work? Or are you still having a tough time adjusting to Daylight Saving Time messing with your schedule? Hey, we’ve got you covered. Just book a tank trip, and get the rest you need on a schedule.
And even if you’re headed out somewhere (as opposed to back home), we’d still suggest you find a float center upon arrival – especially if you’re traveling internationally. There are countless float centers around the world that would be more than happy to help you get your rest cycle back into shape, so you can better enjoy your trip.
And of course, the next time you step off a red-eye back home feeling a little bent up from dealing with cramped bathrooms, tight seats, and a stiff neck from fitful naps against the window, we’ll be happy to help you take a load off, and get back on your feet…fast.
Ah, the miracle of life.
Pregnancy can be a magical time, to be sure. There’s just something extraordinary about growing a whole new human. Charting the progress, counting the days, preparing space in your home and your life…there’s nothing else quite like it.
Of course, it’s not all pastels and baby showers. It’s also swollen feet, aching backs, sore joints, and intense fatigue. Expectant moms are in for a lot of intense physical changes that can really take a toll on their body in the run-up to their bouncing bundle of joy’s arrival. To make matters worse, most OB/GYNs advise against pain relievers – even aspirin – during a pregnancy.
So, what’s a soon-to-be new mom to do?
You probably won’t be surprised to hear that Float Milwaukee has a really good suggestion!
“Can I float while pregnant?” is easily one of the top three questions we get asked. And the answer isn’t just that you CAN float while expecting, but that you really SHOULD.*
Here are five big reasons why:
1.) Floating is completely natural relief.
The list of things your care team (and other moms) say you aren’t supposed to do while pregnant is pretty daunting. Don’t eat sushi. Don’t paint. Don’t change the litter box. Don’t expose yourself to secondhand smoke. Don’t wear heels. Don’t drink coffee.
Well, what CAN I do?!?
You absolutely can float. Floating is a drug-free, no-side-effect, all-natural way to relax, de-stress and relieve pain and pressure on your body and mind. Most floaters report an increased sense of calm, improved well-being, and better sleep – all things that can be tough for expectant moms to come by sometimes.
(And sure, a lot of doctors will tell you to avoid hot tubs or saunas while baby is still busy getting ready. But because our tanks are kept at a neutral body temperature, those warnings don’t apply here.)
2.) Floating is sanitary.
A lot of the recommended pregnancy “don’ts” have been passed down out of concern for cleanliness. Concerns about coming into contact with any sort of impurities in the air, water, or environment turns a lot of moms-to-be into virtual hermits. Many doctors recommend you even avoid coloring your hair because of the chemical agents present in some methods!
But floating is completely safe for you, your body, and your baby.
Reason being, all the water in the tank is purified via a variety of redundant methods. Every drop is treated with UV light, and a hydrogen peroxide solution. Additionally, there are 900 pounds of dissolved Epsom salts in each tank. So the high salinization of the water inhibits most impurities and the peroxide and UV light takes care of the rest.
In a world of finger-wagging “don’t do thats” from well-meaning people, floating is one pregnancy indulgence you can permit yourself without worry.
3.) Floating negates gravity.
Gravity affects us all. But we never feel it more than when we’re literally carrying around a whole extra body in addition to our own.
The gradual, inevitable weight gain that accompanies pregnancy can really do a number on your spine, joints, and muscles. By the third trimester, even getting out of bed can be an effort.
Thankfully, floating can make all of that go away.
Floating is the one therapy that can completely eliminate the effects of gravity. The water is warmed to a level that matches your natural body temperature, and is heavily salinated…so by simply leaning back and letting go, your body is held in something close to suspended animation. You’re held up by a substance specifically designed not to be felt at all. In fact, many floaters describe the experience as being like “drifting in outer space.”
Just imagine – nothing pulling you down. No strain, no compression…only a feeling of stimulus-free calm as your entire body is supported by an invisible, undetectable cushion.
4.) Floating offers essential therapeutic benefit.
As with many essential nutrients and minerals your body needs, magnesium levels can drop during pregnancy.
This is especially worrying since magnesium is one of the most crucial minerals needed for optimal gestation. Key medical studies have shown that supplying the body with extra magnesium during pregnancy can help prevent low birth weight, and preeclampsia.
Additionally, transdermal absorption has been shown to provide your body with greater levels of more easily usable magnesium than oral ingestion.
Which is all just a fancy technical way of saying that the half-ton of dissolved magnesium citrate Epsom salts in each of our float tanks can do more to help your baby’s health than taking a pill with your morning water.
(Oh, and if you’ve ever taken an Epsom soak before, you know how amazing your skin feels afterward. That’s really just an added bonus.)
5.) Floating promotes prenatal bonding via the “Mirror Effect.”
Your baby is floating in total darkness, surrounded by a soft, temperature-neutral bath. All he or she hears is a heartbeat. All they know is calmness and peace.
Why not join them?
Every floater’s experience is different. Still, many moms-to-be talk about how floating helps them experience the same sort of quiet sensory neutrality their baby is. This can form an even stronger bond between moms and their little ones by simulating a shared experience.
Not to mention that because baby is sharing the same biological ecosystem as Mom, any serotonin, oxytocin, and/or endorphins floating may produce for her only result beneficial effects for everyone.
Certainly, we recommend floating for anyone experiencing stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and/or a whole host of issues. But clinical studies and customer experiences alike have more than demonstrated to us that pregnancy in particular is an ideal time to float.
*We’d also be remiss in not advising you to always speak with your doctor when entering into any new activity during pregnancy therapeutic or otherwise, and follow the advice of your care team.
So when you’re ready to shut off the pre-birth effects of pain, gravity, and unrest, feel free to drop by. Our friendly, helpful staff is always happy to offer tours, and answer any questions you may have.
See you (and your tiny passenger) soon!
– Your friends at Float
For those who haven’t experienced it, it can be hard to imagine the horrors of PTSD. And because post-traumatic stress can result from a wide variety of impactful events, the condition strikes everyone who suffers from it just a little differently.
Military veterans who have experienced the horrors of war have traditionally been some of the hardest-hit by the disorder, often suffering the ripple effects of their ordeals for years, if not even decades after their enlistment comes to an end. Anxiety, depression, insomnia, flashbacks, and intrusive thoughts are all common symptoms that sufferers must find ways of dealing with.
Because of this, therapists, counselors, and medical practitioners have attempted to alleviate PTSD in a variety of ways. Some find relief via medication. Others are helped by talk therapy, or cognitive exercises.
But as floatation therapy grows in popularity, many veterans who suffer from PTSD have indicated incredibly positive results from getting in the tank for a good float. The secure feeling of the enclosure, removal of sensory input, and complete environment of calm all combine to impart levels of peace and tranquility many veterans say it’s difficult to achieve any other way.
A recent scientific floatation therapy study published by the National Institutes of Health backs up these benefits. In an attempt to gauge “psychological and physiological variables such as stress and energy, depression and anxiety, optimism, pain, stress, [and] sleep quality…” float sessions were shown to offer serious benefits to participants as opposed to the no-float control group. According to the findings, “stress, depression, anxiety, and worst pain were significantly decreased whereas optimism and sleep quality significantly increased.”
Further, a pair of 2018 studies headed by clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Justin Feinstein showed a significant link between floating and PTSD relief. The conclusion of the first round of research found, in part: “Floatation-REST generated a significant anxiolytic effect characterized by reductions in state anxiety and muscle tension. and increases in feelings of relaxation and serenity…significant blood pressure reductions were evident throughout the float session…”
Study #2 showed similar results. “…[T]he float experience induced a reduction in self-reported state anxiety that was evident across all 50 participants…Significant reductions were observed in state anxiety, stress, muscle tension, pain, depression, and negative affect. There was also a substantial improvement in mood characterized by increases in serenity, relaxation, happiness, positive affect, overall well-being, energy levels, and feeling refreshed, content and peaceful.”
Even further, a recent TIME Magazine article highlighted the case of Michael, an Australian combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. After experiencing a particularly traumatic combat event he found himself all but unable to function, suffering tremors, sleeplessness and emotional turmoil. In an attempt to find relief, he tried therapy, prescription drugs, yoga, juicing, and self-medication via alcohol and cannabis. None yielded the results he was hoping for.
Desperate, Michael’s wife researched alternative therapies online. There, she discovered many veterans had reported overwhelmingly positive results from floating.
Michael gave floating a shot, not expecting it would be any more effective than anything else he’d tried. But much to his surprise, he emerged refreshed after his first session. After three floats, his anxiety was all but gone. Three months in, he was no longer waking up in a cold sweat at night.
As Michael told TIME: “After floating, I was really mellowed out, I’m not really sure how it does it, but I do know that floating has allowed me to feel a more confident, comfortable headspace.”
Other service vets have been so impressed with floating that they’ve not only adopted tank time as a component of their personal self-care, but they’ve worked to help others do the same.
According to a recent article on Military.com, a man named Chris Hearn was so impressed with floating’s therapeutic potential that he opened a float center called Float Brothers in Florida’s Gulf Coast. His brother Trey – an Air Force vet – is his partner in the venture.
According to Chris, “People in pain, particularly chronic pain, can experience both immediate and long-term relief from floating. The water in a float tank contains almost a thousand pounds of magnesium sulfate, which makes floating effortless by eliminating gravitational pull and dispersing the body weight. For an arthritis sufferer, a pregnant woman or anyone else dealing with sore muscles and joints, a float session can be a 60- to 90-minute vacation from pain.”
A Nashville-area vet named Wesley Hernandez told Good News Network that he found float therapy through the Wounded Warriors Project, and that’s it’s really helped him. He indicated that incorporating float therapy into his routine has had “a dramatic impact on his health.”
“The last time I went, I didn’t even want to get out of the water. It’s an escape from the stress and the drama…like a deep meditation.”
Wesley’s wife and caretaker Leah echoed his sentiment, saying: “Of all the therapies gifted to us by the Wounded Warrior Project, floating has been the one that he seems to want to do over and over.”
Texas Veteran Cody Austill was diagnosed with chronic PTSD upon returning from a deployment in Afghanistan. He told his hometown TV news team that floating helped him step away from a dozen different prescriptions for depression and anti-anxiety meds in favor of a more natural approach.
“It allows me to not be distracted by everything else around me, and purely focus on what’s going on with me,” he said. “I did my first float, and it was very amazing to me. I was able to put in line three years of stuff that was trapped in my head in pretty much an hour session.”
As with most therapeutic practices, everyone has a different experience. But the best way to find out if floating can help you? Give it a try. And all through the month of November, veterans and active-duty service members can do so for FREE. No strings, no catch, no obligation, and no kidding. All month long, veterans can float up to three times at absolutely zero cost. Just call us or visit to book an appointment, and tell us you’ve served. We’ll book your session. Then, when you get here, just bring your military ID, and your first three floats are on us.
Also: if you’d like to bring a family member, they’re eligible for a deep discount – a big 60% off our regular price.
Please consider this our way of saying “thanks for your service.”