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Energy In Motion

emotions. a fundamental aspect of human experience. emotions are not just psychological phenomena; they also have a profound impact on our physical bodies. when emotions are experienced, processed, and expressed in a healthy way, they contribute to our overall well-being. when emotions are suppressed or not adequately addressed, they can become stored in the body, potentially leading to physical and mental health issues.

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1. connection between emotions and the body:
emotions are a form of energy that can affect the body’s physiological processes. when you experience an emotion, your body responds by releasing various hormones and neurotransmitters. for example, stress triggers the release of cortisol, which can have negative effects on the body when it’s chronic. positive emotions like joy and love can trigger the release of endorphins, promoting a sense of well-being.

2. stress and trauma as stored energy:
stress and trauma are significant contributors to stored emotions. when an individual experiences a traumatic event or prolonged stress, their body may go into a “fight or flight” mode, where energy is mobilized for immediate action. if this energy isn’t discharged through movement, expression, or relaxation, it can become trapped within the body.

3. the importance of emotional release:
– physical health: prolonged emotional stress can lead to various physical ailments, including heart disease, gastrointestinal issues, and a weakened immune system. the body’s constant production of stress hormones can take a toll on organs and systems.
– mental health: unprocessed emotions can contribute to mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). they can also affect cognitive function and decision-making.
– quality of life: suppressed emotions can hinder one’s ability to enjoy life fully, build healthy relationships, and achieve personal goals.

4. ways to release stored emotions:
– movement: physical activity, such as exercise, dance, or yoga, helps release pent-up energy and reduce the impact of stress on the body.
– meditation: mindfulness meditation can promote self-awareness and allow individuals to acknowledge and process their emotions in a non-judgmental way.
– breathwork: techniques like deep breathing or pranayama can help calm the nervous system and release tension.
– artistic expression: creative outlets like painting, writing, or music can be a means of emotional expression and catharsis.
– therapy: professional therapy, such as psychotherapy or somatic therapy, can provide a safe space to explore and release stored emotions.

5. the manifestation of suppressed emotions:
suppressed emotions or unresolved trauma can manifest in the body as physical symptoms, commonly referred to as “psychosomatic symptoms.” these may include chronic pain, headaches, digestive issues, and even autoimmune disorders.


SKU TC21 Categories:
  • TubClub™️ event pass
  • towel
  • swimsuit
  • water bottle
  • yoga mat (optional)
  • change of dry clothes
  • no smoking. we are a clean air space, which means keep that dirty smoke out of here
  • no minors. only individuals over 18+ are permitted to attend and participate in events
  • dogs are welcome (must remain on a leash)
  • throw all trash away (recipticle on sidewalk)
  • noise down at 9pm. quiet time at 10pm.
  • street parking available (park wherever you’d like)
  • ONLY TubClub™️ team members can mess with the fire (starting + extinguishing and/or adding logs to the fire)
  • TubClub™️ is not responsible for left, lost or stolen items
  • HAVE FUN! ☺️

Additional information

Pass Options

Ice Bath Only, Ice Bath + Sauna Access

Event Details

Date: November 15, 2023

Start time: 06:30 p.m. EDT

End time: 09:00 p.m. EDT

Venue: Brady Memorial Home, 1151 South Side Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212

Coordinates: 40.4698674,-79.9948209

Directions: Located in Spring Hill, Pittsburgh. Parking is available on Romanhoff Street.

Email: info@pittsburghtub.club