Obviously, there are still some concerns around the Coronavirus. Let me put your mind at ease here.
Firstly, COVID-19 is not a water-borne disease. Even if it were, the high salinity levels of the float pod are inhospitable to bacteria, including microbes and other pathogens, 99.5% of diseases can’t survive in this environment.
On top of that, the entire amount of water in the float tank gets circulated through a super filtration system, which consists of a 1-micron filter, UV light and disinfectant ( 35% hydrogen peroxide).
At Mt Eden Location we are disinfecting all surfaces before and after every client. This includes all those spots you’d be worried about, door handles, light switches, taps, float tank surfaces, showers etc. We use medical-grade UV light to disinfect all the surfaces in the waiting area. We are also requiring every client to wash their hands and/or use a hand sanitiser upon entry to the premises. Everyone is required to wear a face-covering and keep 2m apart. If you are feeling unwell, are coughing or sneezing please let us know immediately prior to arriving at the appointment.
*If you are considered “high risk” or “vulnerable” please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone coming for massage will be required to provide proof of vaccination, as the massage is a close contact service.
Float Club Titirangi is a self-cleaning, contactless facility, it is equipped with medical-grade UV light that disinfects all the surfaces, in addition, the whole volume of air in the room is removed and replaced between clients. As it’s a self-guided experience, there is no contact with anyone else.
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