Changes: March 2022

On March 1st, we’ll be raising some prices and changing our membership structure. Memberships will be simpler and more flexible, and we think they will meet folks’ needs better.

Our packages and single floats are going up by about $5ish per float, effective March 1st. During the month of March, use the VIP code STOCKUP for Beginner and Make-a-Change packages at the old prices ($180 and $475, respectively).

New prices

  • Standard single float: $85
  • Beginner Package: $195 (3 x $65 each)
  • Make-a-Change Package: $520 (9 x $57.78 each)
  • Monday morning Community Floats: $43
  • Memberships: $64 monthly recurring charge for one float per month, and a member price of $58 each for more floats if you want them

New Memberships

How often should I float? We field this question frequently, and of course every person is different: maybe a monthly refresh is perfect, or maybe you need a weekly float – or more – to feel your best. To help you answer that question for yourself, our new memberships are flexible and include two free bonus floats to use in the first month. One possibility is to float every week for a month, and then start widening the intervals: float every other week for a bit, then every three, then once a month. Somewhere in there, your body will tell you what’s right for you. Throw in a mini float intensive every once in a while to supercharge your resilience.

Got a weekly float habit, but you’re going on vacation? No problem. Only buy as many extra floats as you’ll use, and your monthly membership float will roll over and be ready for you when you return.

Existing Members

As a thank-you to our existing members, many of whom kept paying their memberships throughout our Covid closures, we’re keeping you on your current plans and prices until you choose to change them or let them lapse. We sent you an email on February 25th with details.

Let us know if you have any questions!

About Sara

Sara is a co-founder of Float, and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2003. The problems of two people may not amount to a hill of beans in this world, but this is our hill, and these are our beans.