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Resources for running a

Floatation Center…

and starting your Float Tank Business

Float Tank Solutions is designed to offer complete resources for members of the float tank industry, whether you’re just getting started or have been running a center for decades.

Our goal is simple: find the biggest obstacles faced by the Float Tank Industry and make them go away.

Get started by digging through our list of Free Resources that will help you understand what it takes to get started running a successful float tank center.

We’re the team over at Float On in Portland, Oregon. If you have any questions about starting or running a float tank center, contact us here.

Float Center Business Plan

Float Center Business Plan

“The bargain-of-the-century for anyone considering opening a float center. I highly recommend it!”
– David Brickman

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How to Start a Float Center Basics

The Basics to Starting a Float Tank Center

Before you begin building and planning a floatation center, start with the basics.

Receive our collection of free resources to help answer your first few questions.

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Float Center Business Plan Package

Complete Float Center Business Plan

Opening a float tank center wasn’t easy, though, and we still get several calls a week from people who are hitting the same obstacles we encountered back when we were trying to get off the ground in our odd niche of an industry…

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Step-by-Step Marketing Package


We design all of our marketing materials specifically for the float tank industry, and have seen great success creating new strategies for use in marketing float tanks, floatation therapy, and float centers. This packet compiles all of the innovative marketing strategies that made our center the largest in the nation, and a pillar of the float tank community, in a mere year and a half…

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Float Center Consulting

Salt water leaks, electric current in ungrounded water, slippery floors, sound pollution, light pollution, imprecise or dangerous chemistry, misinformed sanitation, murky water, impurities in your epsom salt, improper water filtration…there is a lot that goes wrong with float tanks.

We’ve seen every sensory deprivation disaster you can imagine (most of them first hand).

If you run into a problem running or planning your float center, we may hold the solution.

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Apprenticeship Program

We offer training sessions which help to get your float center up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible, and make sure that you have a solid understanding of everything necessary to run a successful center.
Our training sessions offer invaluable hands on experience at our own float center, Float On, now the largest float center in the nation, located in beautiful Portland, Oregon.

Join us for our next apprenticeship program.

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Latest Blog Articles

Finding Funding for Your Float Tank Center

Starting a float center isn’t an inexpensive business opportunity. Depending on the type of float tanks you choose, size of your retail space among other factors, a center can cost between $65-100k per room to fully set up. While centers have started for less money up...

Handling Tough Decisions…

I’ve written the introduction to the conference program for four years in a row, and each year I like to share it on this blog. For those of you who didn’t make it out for the 2015 Float Conference, here are a few of my thoughts on the work that float center...

How to Drain and Fill a Float Tank

Do you ever wonder how all of that salt gets dissolved into a float tank? There are roughly 850 pounds of epsom salt and 200 gallons of waters in an average sized float tank (approximately 8 feet long and 4 feet wide). It takes hard work (and a few tips I’m about to...

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