Pure Float is Open for Business
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Pure float is open for business since Thursday, June 4th.
We thank you all for your patience and hope all have been keeping well and healthy during these stressful times. I know there are a lot of you eagerly waiting to float and we are excited to see you and provide a stress-free environment.
Please note that our hours will change for the time being and we plan to make adjustments in due time.
Tuesday: 10:45 – 7:00
Thursday: 10:45 – 7:00
Friday: 10:45 – 7:00
Saturday: 10:45 – 7:00
Sunday: 10:45 – 7:00
We have made the following enhancements and protocols to our facility in order to keep everyone safe and comfortable:
- Plexiglass shield installed at the front desk
- Hand sanitizer will be made available throughout the facility
- Staff will be wearing masks
- We will be washing our hands frequently and we ask our guests to do the same.
- Distance measures in place between staff and yourself
- Orientation sessions will be done at a distance as well
- We usually bring customers water / tea after their float, however, it would be best for you get it yourself for the time being
- Extending cleaning periods for each float room as well as filtration running time
- All surfaces will be cleaned and sanitized after each float / NeuroSpa session.
- The common areas will also be cleaned and sanitized continuously throughout the day.
- NeuroSpa sessions will no longer be with a blanket. However, you can bring your own if you like.
- We ask all patrons to keep your time limited at our post float and reception area.
- If you are feeling ill, we ask you to stay home and the staff at Pure float will do the same. There will be no charge for late cancellations.
For peace of mind:
Please note that each of our float rooms is filled with 1000 lbs of Epsom salt/water mix. The salt in the rooms acts as an extra sanitizing agent. Our filtration system injects bromine into the water to sanitize the water after each float session.
Vancouver Coastal Health:
Can COVID-19 spread through pool water?
“There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread through pool water. Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection (e.g. with chlorine and bromine) of pools and hot tubs spas should inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19. Appropriate care should be taken both in and outside the pool, to protect yourself and others.”
Vancouver Coastal Health – Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Guideline for Swimming Pools
We hope to see you all very soon!
Pure Float staff
604 559 3999