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Oct 31, 2023

November 15th Newsletter



This Week’s Newsletter:

  • Sonja hard at work demoing our Float protocol with first time floater Jemma!
  • Meet Megan a regular Floater and first time Marathon runner!
  • What’s with the Pose? Table Top…
  • Upcoming Events: “Soul Reawakening” Soundbath
  • Our Kitchen – Spring Detox Smoothie
  • Podcast review: How to Understand Emotions

Upcoming Events:

Check out our upcoming Workshops:



EVENT 2: Soul Re-awakening Soundscape and Meditation

Sunday December 3rd @ 6pm – 8pm


Book Your Spot!



Podcast Review: How to understand emotions  

The Huberman Lab podcast consistently delivers fascinating insights on various aspects of human physiology and psychology, and their episode titled “How to Understand Emotions” is no exception. Dr. Andrew Huberman masterfully explores the intricate world of emotions, invites listeners to expand their understanding of the subject. What makes this episode even more enriching is the addition of insights from Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, a renowned expert in the field.

Throughout the episode, Dr. Huberman and Dr. Barrett provide enlightening quotes that resonate deeply. Here’s our top three:

1. Dr. Huberman remarks, “Emotions are our brain’s way of communicating with us, guiding us through life.” This quote beautifully encapsulates the idea that our emotions are not just random reactions but meaningful signals that guide our actions.

2. Dr. Barrett emphasises, “Emotions are not good or bad, they’re simply information.” This perspective encourages us to view emotions without judgment, allowing us to better interpret their messages.

3. Dr. Huberman notes, “Understanding your emotional landscape empowers you to make more informed decisions.” This underscores the practical value of emotional intelligence, enabling us to make choices that align with our goals and values.


One key takeaway is the importance of acknowledging and embracing our emotions. Dr. Huberman, in conjunction with Dr. Barrett, encourages listeners to explore this path of self-awareness and self-compassion. Dr. Barrett adds, “When you recognize your emotions for what they are, you can be more compassionate toward yourself.”

Another vital lesson is the idea that emotions are not to be suppressed but rather harnessed for our benefit. “Emotions are tools,” as Dr. Huberman notes. “When we learn to understand them, we gain control over our reactions and enhance our mental and emotional well-being.”

The episode also highlights the role of mindfulness and self-awareness in managing emotions. Dr. Huberman and Dr. Barrett advocate for practices such as meditation and journaling. Dr. Barrett suggests, “Cultivate emotional intelligence through practices like mindfulness. It can help you navigate the often turbulent waters of your feelings.”

In a world where emotional intelligence is a key to success and happiness, “How to Understand Emotions” from the Huberman Lab podcast is an invaluable resource. It motivates us to explore the depths of our emotional landscape, harness the power of our feelings, and ultimately lead more fulfilling lives. Don’t miss this episode—it’s a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.


Check out Floatation Therapy for more mindfulness and deeper understanding of self!



Spring Detox Smoothie

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Check out our spring detox smoothie – perfect for the change of season and a full body reset\



  • 1 large stalk kale
  • 1 stalk silver beet
  • 3 large leaves Cos lettuce
  • 1 cup spinach leaves
  • 1/2 fresh lemon (juice)
  • 1/2 small banana
  • 1/2 green apple
  • Handful fresh mint leaves
  • 1 tsp. chia seeds
  • 3-4 ice cubes (handful)
  • 1 cup coconut water /filtered water


  • Blend all ingredients in a high-powered blender until everything is combined to a nice smoothie-like consistency.


What’s with the pose – Table Top




harma means ‘table or board to hold something’ and Asana means ‘pose’.

Table top is a beginner pose practiced to help bring balance in the body while the entire muscles in the body are equally stretched.

The gentle stretch is felt at the arms, shoulders, wrists, hips, core, thighs, knees and the spine, balancing and relieving the tensions thereafter.

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Tell me about Float…



Megan @ Reception


CONGRATS on finishing your 3rd Half Marathon as someone who have only recently picked up long distance running at the age of 50! Never say never because of your age to start anything new!

Most importantly, WELL DONE for making the time to put your recovery a priority with a FLOAT session just hours after achieving an amazing result for your Half Marathon on Sunday!

FLOAT can reduce 50% of lactic acid build up immediately post workout or sports event. This means, you’re ready to continue your activities quicker and you will feel amazing without having to walk around stiff and sore for the next few days or week.



In the Studio



Sonja hard at work @ Float Room 1


Our newest Support Staff Sonja, briefing our first time Floater Jemma!


If you have been floating with us for a while, or just started, you’ll know how throughout we are with our first time Float clients! Being by yourself and gravity free for the first time can be a relaxing or daunting getaway! We will set you up for success with all the tips and tricks to throughly enjoy your Float!


3 float pack $165

3 weeks YOGA + 3 FLOAT / SAUNA for $199



In the Shed – Preview of our upcoming Soundbath


Check out a preview from our last Sound Bath with IKSRE! We are so excited to renew this workshop again in December!

Book early to avoid missing out!


Thanks as always for joining us in these journals and happy reading!