FLOAT

515 Medford St (Magoun Square)
Somerville, MA 02145
Directions via Google Maps. We are served by buses from Davis Sq, Lechmere, Sullivan Sq, and Medford Center.
Parking is available at 2-hour meters on Medford St, 3-hour meters behind CVS at Broadway and Medford, or is free at Trum Field. Parking map.

HOURS: Floats starting from 7am–9:15pm every day, except Tuesday 3pm–9:15pm. Appointments are advised, and begin on the odd hours. Book your float now.

PRICING: $80 for 75 min. Our no-strings membership starts at $58/mo. Package discounts and gift certificates also available. Order now.

CONTACT: info@floatboston.com, or call 844-44-FLOAT.

A float tank is a small shallow pool filled with water nearly saturated with Epsom salt, so you float completely effortlessly. The tank is kept warm, body temperature, and it's enclosed so it's completely dark and quiet. It's completely relaxing.

We are the largest and oldest float center in Metro Boston, with four tanks. Our mission is to offer float therapy for wellness and stress relief. Let it go.

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About Floating

letting go (lack of effort)
Don’t “try” to do anything in the tank, don't push something to happen, don't expect something to happen: it happens on its own. Let it go.

Orientation

Please watch our orientation video to learn what you'll need to know when you float.

Programs and Events

Let's Float challenge

July 1 – Sept 30

We’re really excited about this year’s version of Let’s Float! You’re going to love it: float three times in one month and get your fourth float free — then do it again. As many times as you want, and this year we have free float journals for you. For the summer we want to encourage float intensives, so you can reap the long-lasting benefits of floating several times in a relatively short amount of time.

Community Hours

Monday and summer Wednesday mornings

We want to do something to help out people in the community who need a float but maybe can't afford our regular prices. We're all in this together. Community Hours are appointments starting before noon on Monday mornings year round, and Wednesdays for the summer (through Sept 30).

For health and wellness professionals

Ongoing

You might get questions from your clients about whether floating makes sense for them. If you've never tried floating, we want to give you the chance for free. We think you'll find it interesting! Offer is open to anyone working in the medical, holistic wellness, or fitness spaces.

Questions?

Floating is an unusual thing. Lots of people have questions, so please see our FAQ for answers.

Please watch our orientation video to learn what you’ll need to know before floating.

Read our Covid Safety Plan so you know what to expect when you visit.

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