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Floating, also known as sensory deprivation, is an innovative method of relaxation that restores balance to the body and mind. In our words - floating is relaxation at your fingertips.

How does it work?

Why did we create such a place in Gdansk?

Benefits for body and mind

Course of the floating session


It all begins with a greeting and introduction to the procedure.

Before your session, we will tell you about floating and answer any questions you may have to alleviate any concerns.

After the interview, you are left in a room that is for your private use only.

It is here that you will prepare for the session, take a shower and use the cosmetics and accessories available (Vaseline for minor wounds or earplugs).


After a short preparation, you enter our cabin, which is filled with filtered water with a high concentration of salt.

The very first stretch of your hand towards the water makes you feel its lightness.

This is the beginning of your relaxation and a moment of respite.

Duration of floating

When you find yourself in the water, you begin to experience the incredible sensation of floating.

Water supports your body, eliminating gravitational pressure.

It’s a time you can spend as you like – meditating, relaxing or just enjoying a moment of respite.

Floating lasts 60 or 90 minutes.

After the session

After the floating session, you have time to yourself so that you can return to everyday life at your own pace.

Take advantage of the shower, which is located in our float studio, and use the cosmetics and our full equipment.

Additional information

You should know that after each session, the water in our cabins is regularly filtered and disinfected, ensuring complete comfort and hygiene during the session.

Our float studio is equipped with two float rooms (for a total of two people – there is no possibility of double floating in one cabin), so you can experience floating in the company of a loved one.

Frequently asked questions

What if I can't swim?

There is no way to drown in a floating cabin! Thanks to the buoyancy of the water, whose salinity is higher than in the Dead Sea, your body floats. In addition, the water depth is only 30cm, so you have nothing to worry about.

What if I'm claustrophobic?

Our floating cabins have often hosted people with claustrophobia. The cabins, unlike the chambers we don’t have, are very spacious and allow you to move freely inside.

For beginners who are claustrophobic, we recommend starting a floating session with the door to the cabin ajar and slowly closing it.

It also helps to think that the cabin can be lowered at any time to find yourself in a spacious bathroom!

What if I am afraid of the dark?

It is up to you to choose the lighting in the cabin.

You have three options – total darkness (which we recommend in order to take full advantage of floating), stars on the ceiling, and light in the cabin.

What if I am afraid of my thoughts?

This is a common concern of our visitors. This is completely normal!

With you in mind, we have created a meditation and breathing practice podcast. Their job is to help you enter a state of total relaxation.

If this does not help – we recommend other practices, such as counting sheep or stars on the ceiling.

What if I get bored?

Focus on your breathing, count the stars on the ceiling, count down from a hundred – in short, use practices that will keep you focused.

If that doesn’t work, use the time to stretch (which, by the way, is an interesting experience when you float!) or just lie in the salt water, which has a number of good uses for your body.

What if I have psoriasis, AD or other skin diseases?

If you don’t currently have scabs or open wounds – this is not a contraindication, but rather a recommendation, as pharmaceutical salt helps regenerate the skin and smooth it, which reduces the symptoms of AD or psoriasis.

Nevertheless, be sure to mention any illness in the health questionnaire given to you before the procedure!

What will I do for 60 minutes?

Float! That’s all and that’s all.

This is a time for you, your well being and your body.

If you are concerned about boredom or your thoughts, look at the relevant sections above.

Do I need a swimsuit?

We do not recommend floating in a bathing suit, because once wet it will cool our body and thus – distract and cause discomfort.

The floating session is held in the nude.

Do I need a cap? I don't want to get my hair wet.

You can’t avoid getting your hair wet.

In order to get full relaxation, you need to relax your head and neck, submerging it under water. However, rest assured, the water will only cover the line of your ears.

You will not be threatened by anything. What’s more – salt brine is good for your hair.

If I get weak?

Use the emergency button.

Our staff will be informed and we will show up to help you in no time.

Do I have to lock the door?

For comfort and efficiency of the session, we recommend closing the door, but remember that you are in full control of the session and you can swing the door open at any time, leave the cabin and return when you are ready.

Cleanse your body and mind!