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How to Use Your FSA/HSA at Cloud Aquatic:

We are excited to announce that you can now use your medical flexible spending accounts (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA) to enjoy the benefits of flotation therapy at Cloud Aquatic Float Parlor!

  1. Obtain a Letter of Medical Necessity:

    • To use your FSA/HSA funds for flotation therapy, a letter of medical necessity from your healthcare provider is required. This letter should include:

      • Your diagnosis

      • The recommended treatment (flotation therapy)

      • The duration and frequency of the treatment​​

  2. Schedule Your Sessions:

    • Once you have your letter of medical necessity, book your flotation therapy sessions at Cloud Aquatic. You can schedule your appointments through our website or by contacting our front desk.

  3. Provide Detailed Receipts:

    • After each session, we will provide you with a detailed receipt that includes the date of service, description of the service, the amount paid, and our business information. This documentation is essential for your FSA/HSA reimbursement process.

  4. Submit Your Claim:

    • Use the detailed receipts and your letter of medical necessity to submit a claim to your FSA/HSA provider. If you have an FSA/HSA debit card, you may be able to use it directly at our facility.


Why Choose Flotation Therapy?

Flotation therapy, recognized as a form of hydrotherapy, offers numerous benefits, including stress relief, pain management, and improved mental wellness. By using your FSA/HSA funds, you can invest in your health and well-being while taking advantage of your medical flex spending accounts.


If you have any questions about using your FSA/HSA for flotation therapy, please feel free to reach out to us. Our team is here to help you understand the process and ensure you have everything you need for a seamless experience.

Thank you for choosing Cloud Aquatic Float Parlor for your wellness needs. We look forward to seeing you soon and helping you make the most of your FSA/HSA benefits.


Be sure to check with your FSA or HSA before you come in to avoid any potential issues. As a reminder this is how the IRS defines what a medical expense is:

"Medical expenses are the costs of diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, and for the purpose of affecting any part or function of the body. These expenses include payments for legal medical services rendered by physicians, surgeons, dentists, and other medical practitioners. They include the costs of equipment, supplies, and diagnostic devices needed for these purposes. Medical care expenses must be primarily to alleviate or prevent a physical or mental disability or illness. They don't include expenses that are merely beneficial to general health, such as vitamins or a vacation." - IRS publication 502

Visit the IRS website for more information here.

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