The Longevity team recently had the exciting opportunity to attend the Huberman Lab Live show, an event that promised a deep dive into human performance, neuroscience, and behavior. As a team dedicated to professional development and staying at the forefront of cutting-edge research, this event was a perfect way to combine work and fun. 

During the show, we were immersed in a world of insights and learning that we are already applying to our lives and work with clients. Dr. Andrew Huberman’s expertise in neuroscience and human performance provided us with valuable tools and strategies to enhance our understanding and approach to exercise physiology.

His discussion on the neurobiology of stress and practical techniques for managing stress resonated deeply with our team, as stress management is a crucial aspect in the search for longevity. Dr. Huberman’s research-backed advice on optimising sleep hygiene has also already influenced our recommendations to clients seeking to improve their lifespan and healthspan.

“One of the most important things to understand about stress is that you have far more control over it than you might think. You can learn to take control of your nervous system, to manage your stress levels, and to improve your mental and physical health.” – Dr. Andrew Huberman

Moreover, the event served as a reminder of the interconnectedness of mind and body, reinforcing our holistic approach to Longevity. We left the show inspired and motivated, eager to implement what we’ve learned to help our clients lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.

Thank you to our Director, Jarrat Wood, for organising for our team to attend the event. We are lucky to have a leader who encourages us to continue with our professional development, and making sure we have fun doing it!  

Want to the Blue Tsunami? Email Longevity Exercise Physiology Drummoyne, EdgecliffMarrickvilleCastle HillRandwickPymbleKingsgrove, Neutral Bay, Rhodes, Five Dock, Casey, Gungahlin and Coburg at joinourteam@longevitypt.com.au to start your application process.

Written by Rachel Booker