While you are in the floatation tank room, think of it as your own space, just like you would at home.
If you are feeling uncomfortable, or would just prefer to sit up for a portion of your experience, this is okay. Simply open the sliding door as much or as little as you like. Once re-opened, you can sit upright in the center of the tank.
You may also like to slowly sit up in the tank when your time is up. Once the music starts playing, you can begin your transition back to reality. For some people this can take a while. We recommend that you slowly gather yourself by sitting up slowly and waiting for a minute or two. This allows the body sufficient time to focus on your surrounds and will make you feel less rushed to get out of the tank quickly to shower.
Sitting up in the tank also leaves you in a great position to stretch your leg muscles. By gently reaching forward and touching your toes, you should be able to feel a stretch throughout the back of your legs.
Take complete advantage of every aspect of the tank and experiment with as many positions as possible. This will help you find the perfect one to suit you and each time you will feel something different.