IntoMeSea is a state-of-the-art healing studio that incorporates therapies from around the world. Float. Soak. Light. Energy. Salt. Sweat. Flow.
David Hertz, local leader and innovator in sustainable architecture, designed the IntoMeSea float tank studio, incorporating sustainable design and the use of solar energy. IntoMeSea also purchases 100% renewable power from California’s Clean Power Alliance and encourages all staff to do the same at home. Their onsite solar panels, producing 2816 kWh/month, now have a scheduled cleaning service as a recommended program measure to uphold full energy generating potential. LED lights are fitted with controls; 16 occupancy sensors and 1 photocell unit. All hot water is provided on demand via an Energy Star rated tankless heater. All these measures contribute to IntoMeSea ’s high energy efficiency.
IntoMeSea only procures non-toxic and green certified cleaning products through Clean Republic including Earth Breeze Laundry Detergent, a waterless detergent that minimizes packaging and a Hypochlorous acid, non-toxic bleach alternative. To reduce waste, shower amenities (body wash, shampoo + conditioner) are provided in Simple Human dispensers, refilled with bulk size products. Restrooms are fitted with Dyson hand dryers and a TORK one-at-a-time paper towel sheet dispenser to reduce the use of disposable towels. All procured paper products, from janitorial to office paper, contain post-consumer recycled waste materials. IntoMeSea purchases environmental and socially responsible Who Gives a Crap toilet tissue, made from 100% recycled fibers, who donates 50% of profits to help build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.
Into Me Sea supports a variety of non-profits that promote ocean conservation: Beneath The Waves, Fins Attached, and Shark Allies.