Flotation therapy was developed in the 1950's by researcher John C. Lilly. Floating is also referred to as isolation therapy, sensory deprivation or restricted environmental stimulation technique (R.E.S.T).
Ear plugs, makeup wipes, A & D ointment (to put on any cuts on the skin), hair ties, hair dryer, shampoo, body wash, conditioner and towels.
You might want to bring:
Hair brush or comb
Before you float:
It is good to set your intention for your time in the tank.
Note that it can take 10-15 minutes to get into the meditation. Just observe your thoughts and how you react to them as the come up. Then just let go and float.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes that are easy to take off as you will be given flip flops to wear in the spa.
After you float you will relax in the chill room where you can write, read or just enjoy your after float glow.