10 am through 10 pm every day but Tuesday (closed on Tuesdays)
After experiencing the incredible effects of floatation therapy, Dylan Schmidt and Sandra Calm opened The Float Shoppe to expand the availability of floatation therapy in Portland, Oregon.
With the dream of creating a therapeutic environment centered around floatation therapy, The Float Shoppe's founders set out to integrate floating with additional modalities. Currently, The Float Shoppe offers acupuncture and massage in addition to floating, and will soon be expanding to counseling and community offerings.
The Float Shoppe has three tanks in private rooms with showers. One Floataway Tranquility, one Floatarium, and one custom-built "open-style" float tank we now call the Infinity Room.
We use ultraviolet sanitizers as well as hydrogen peroxide with frequent, thorough filtration and complete water changes ever four to six months.
We are a proud member of the United States Floatation Tank Association
Massage therapy, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, community classes, snacks, supplements, books, kombucha and coconut water, and additional wellness products.
Describe your pricing and membership costs and benefits: All float sessions are 90 minutes or longer. Floats cost between $36 for members and $60 for non-members.
Assistance getting into and out of the float tanks is provided as needed for clients with and without disabilities.
is an ultramarathon runner and Float Shoppe sponsored athlete.
is an ultramarathon runner and Float Shoppe sponsored athlete. He also runs a local business: Animal Athletics.
is an environmental activist, writer, and ultramarathon runner. We welcomed him to The Float Shoppe as he prepared to run the Western States 100 mile Endurance Run
is The Cancer Assassin. As she seeks victory and abundant life in the face of a rare cancer, she floats with The Float Shoppe frequently as a sponsored member. She is an inspiration to everyone in here enthusiasm, excitement, exuberance, and positivity
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