float·ing verb, adjective \ˈflō-tiŋ\
: Being buoyed up on water or other liquid.
: Having little or no attachment to a particular place.
: The act of entering a float tank, laying down in 10 inches of warm saltwater, free from gravity and light, and entering into a state of deep relaxation, pain relief, and creative exploration.
: Something you do at Oakland Floats, San Francisco Bay Area’s largest float center.