Services

What we offer

Floatation Therapy & Massage

How we do it – Mountain Float Spa offers a quiet and tranquil environment tucked away in the heart of New Paltz, NY.  From the moment you enter feel free to leave your worries at the door and enjoy a session of Floatation, Massage, or both!

Floatation therapy occurs in a private room with your own personal shower and floatation cabin.  The cabin is filled with 12 inches of water, over 800 pounds of Epsom salt, and warmed to the same temperature as your skin. Four feet wide, by 8 feet long, and 7 feet high our cabins are larger then most other floatation devices/tanks on the market. As you lay back you are completely buoyant, able to enjoy an anti-gravity environment for the first time in your life (Unless you have been to outer space)!   Floatation is usually enjoyed between 60-90 minutes.  “Floaters” control the environment within the cabin including lights and music.  Our floatation spa offers a safe, comfortable and relaxing environment where clients can soothe away the stress and strain of a hectic lifestyle while replenishing their energy levels.

We comply with stringent health and safety regulations. The water in our cabins are far cleaner than the water in a swimming pool or hot tub because the high concentration of salt creates a sterile environment in which microorganisms cannot survive. Our floatation rooms also include several well-engineered sterilization systems which filter and sanitize the water between each float. Finally, all clients are required to thoroughly shower on-site before entering our float cabins. In addition to all this we also use an ozonator that kills any bacteria that “may” exist. Salt concentrations are also tested and maintained at a consistent level.

Please contact us for types of massage offered.

Can’t decide between floatation therapy and massage?  Book both and have yourself a “Float Sandwich!”  Discover the benefits of integrating both relaxation therapies and experiencing the ultimate detox.

Beginner’s Guide

to Floating

Want to learn more about Floatation Therapy and Massage? Click here to read our Beginner's Guide to Floating.