When is Re:set open?
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Friday = 10-9
Saturday = 9-5
Sunday = 10-4
How can I contact Re:set?
Contact us by phone: 01524 388499
Or contact us via our Facebook page: @resetmindbodysoulUK
Can I purchase gift vouchers online?
Gift vouchers are now available to purchase online via the website. As well as online, gift vouchers are sold in store, either call (phone number below) or pop in and we’ll do the rest.
Phone: 01524 388499
Address: 4-6 Parliament St, Lancaster LA1 1DB
Where is Re:set?
Re:set is based in Lancaster City Centre. We are opposite Sainsbury’s Supermarket, a thirty-second walk from the main bus stop, and a ten-minute walk from the train station.
What therapies does Re:set offer?
Re:set currently has four therapies: float therapy, massage therapy, infrared therapy, and halotherapy.
How do I book on to a therapy at Re:set?
You can book on to our therapies online, in store, or over the phone.
Does Re:set have a waiting area?
Yes – Re:set has a comfortable reception area where clients can relax with complimentary tea, coffee, or cold drink before or after their treatments.
How do I save money at Re:set?
We have passes which offer great savings.
Does Re:set have beauty facilities ?
Yes – we are proud to say that we have our very own beauty room complete with hairdryers and straighteners for our clients who want to fit Re:set’s therapies in with their busy lifestyles.
How old do I have to be to use Re:set’s therapies?
Minimum age 16.
Cancellations and No Shows
If you wish to cancel or change a booking this must be done with a minimum of 24 hours notice. Failure to do this or show for an appointment will mean you will lose the booking and payment in full will be charged.
FLOAT POD FAQs
How long is one session in the float pod?
One session lasts for one hour.
Who can float?
Anyone can float! Float pods can have a range of benefits from improving rehabilitation for athletes, decreasing the strain of pregnancy, and combating anxiety-related disorders such as PTSD and depression, which makes float therapy ideal for anyone who wants to invest in their physical and mental health!
What if I can’t float?
Don’t worry about that, we’ve got you covered. With 500KG of Epsom salts everybody floats!
What do I need to bring to my float session?
Here at Re:set, we provide the towels, shampoo& conditioner, and for those going from one treatment to another we provide you with a robe slippers and a basket to carry all your belongings. We recommend that you float completely naked, but you have the option of bringing a swimming suit.
Are our float pods hygienic?
Absolutely! All the water in our pods goes through the filtration system, the system is the width of 1/100th of a human hair. After every float the water passes through a UV light chamber and has a hydrogen peroxide dosing to ensure that the water is 100% clean and kills any bacteria. The outside of the pod and the rest of the room including: the shower, bench, floor, all switches, and handles are fully sanitised by staff after every use.
Can I float if I am claustrophobic?
The float pods themselves are much bigger than they appear to be in pictures and are 8 ½ feet x 5 ½ feet! To put your mind at ease feel free to come into Re:set and ask to see the pods for yourself and our staff will be more than happy to show you round. The average person will not be able to touch the sides when they are in the pods – which leaves plenty of room for relaxation!
Did you know that there is a light switch in our pods? The ability to turn the light on and off allows you to be in control of your float experience.
How much salt do you use in the pods?
We use half a ton of Epsom salt for each float session.
What is Epsom salt?
Epsom salt is a naturally occurring compound comprised of sulphate and magnesium. By absorbing magnesium and sulphate through the skin and therefore raising the levels of these minerals in your body, you can:
Flush toxins from your cells.
Regulate electrolytes which in turn improves nerve function.
Reduce blood clots.
Lower your blood pressure.
Relieve stress. To bind serotonin (a mood improvement chemical in the brain) the body needs adequate levels of magnesium.
Will the salt damage my hair?
The only time the solution can affect your hair is after using keratin treatments. Apart from that, as long as you use shampoo and conditioner after each float to wash away the Epsom salts your hair will be absolutely fine. Even better, your hair will actually be voluminous.
Can I float if I have recently dyed my hair?