FLOAT THERAPY | FAQ

How should I prepare for my first Float Therapy treatment?
-lf it is your first visit to Be Spa, you must check-in at least 20-25 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. This is to complete paperwork, receive instructions and recommendations, and shower before your treatment.
-If you are late for check-in, you will NOT be able to participate. All treatments start promptly on a fixed schedule.
-Make sure any new tattoos are fully healed.
-Avoid shaving at least 4 hours prior to your float session.
-Avoid waxing at least 24 hours prior to your float session.
-Avoid tanning prior to your float session and make sure skin is not too sensitive.
-Avoid coloring of your hair within 2 weeks of your float session.
-Avoid any keratin treatments within a few weeks of your float session.
-Cancel your appointment if you are menstruating.
-Remove any makeup, creams, and oils before your float session.
-Avoid caffeine on the day of your appointment.

-Have a snack or small meal a few hours before you float, with at least 30 minutes of digestion time.

Do I need to bring anything with me?
We should have everything you need! Feel free to bring a comb or brush. Most people float in the nude, but you may bring a swimsuit if you prefer.

I'm pregnant. Can I float?
With your physician's approval, the weightlessness of Floating can provide spectacular relief for moms due to the various discomforts of pregnancy. Floating while pregnant is also a very intimate experience with your baby! Many moms can hear their baby's heart beat and feel a deeper connection. 

What are some other common contraindications?
Diabetes, kidney disease, heart trouble, epilepsy, seizures, blackouts, allergy to magnesium, bleeding or hemorrhaging, open wounds, motion sickness, incontinence. Always consult your physician. 

Can I drown? What happens if I fall asleep?
No. You cannot drown while floating. People often get very relaxed in the pod and occasionally fall asleep.

Is the water clean?
Our multi-disinfection and commercial filtration process performs 10 complete turnovers of the water both before and after each session. This exceeds recommended guidelines for float equipment. We utilize a combination of micron filtration, Ultraviolet Light disinfection, peroxide dosing with oxidation. The heavy concentration of magnesium sulfate also naturally prevents the growth of bacteria and organic contaminants. Our bePods were designed and manufactured with CDC and NSF guidelines for float equipment in mind from the very beginning. Furthermore, all users are required to shower both before and after each treatment making it cleaner than any pool you have ever been in. Don't worry, we are obsessed with water care and take it extremely seriously!


 
CRYOTHERAPY | FAQ

How should I prepare for my first Whole Body Cryotherapy treatment?
- If it is your first visit to Be Spa, you must check-in 5-10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. This is to complete paperwork, and to receive instructions and recommendations before your treatment. If you are late for check-in, you will need NOT be able to participate. All treatments start promptly on a fixed schedule.
 
NO MOISTURE ON BODY OR CLOTHING!
-Avoid bathing/showering, applying oils or lotions, and undertaking in activities that will cause you to perspire right before your appointment.
-Remove all jewelry or plastic coming in contact with the skin.

Do I need to bring anything with me?
Most men and women wear their underwear (with or without cotton shorts and/or cotton tank top/t-shirt) inside the chamber. We provide a robe and all other protective equipment such as ear muffs, face mask, gloves, shoes, and socks. You may bring your own approved garments as well which is common. You want to make sure there is no moisture or metal on any clothing or garments. We also provide additional garments by request - such as boxers, shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, etc.
 
I'm pregnant. Can I do cryotherapy?
No. Do not participate in a cryotherapy treatment if you are pregnant.

What are some other common contraindications?
Heart attack within the previous 6 months, use of a pacemaker, heart bypass or valvular disease within the previous 6 months, congestive heart failure, COPD, chronic or acute kidney conditions, epilepsy and seizure disorders, healing disorders, cold allergy with skin reaction to cold, major circulatory dysfunction, use of a intrathecal pain pump or any electro stimulation implant device, open wounds, very dry skin. Always consult your physician. 




LED LIGHT THERAPY | FAQ

How should I prepare for my first LED/Red Light Therapy treatment?
-If it is your first visit to Be Spa, you must check-in at least 5-10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. This is to complete paperwork, and to receive instructions and recommendations before your treatment.
-If you are late for check-in, you will NOT be able to participate. All treatments start promptly on a fixed schedule.
 
I'm pregnant. Can I do LED/Red Light Therapy?
No. Do not participate in a LED/Red Light Therapy treatment if you are pregnant.

What are some other common contraindications?
A photo-allergy of any kind, sensitivity to light, taking any medication that causes light sensitivity (such as Tetracycline), any eye condition that is vulnerable to damage by light, use of steroids or cortisone injections, healing disorders, open wounds, low blood pressure, use of blood thinners, use of nitrates, active carcinoma, malignant tissue, undergoing chemotherapy, a recent surgery or procedure involving the use of any laser technology. Always consult your physician.

Do I need to bring anything with me?
We should have everything you need!