Often I hear of a "runner's high," described to me as a point in the run where the runner feels as though they can run forever, and is enveloped with an overwhelming feeling of optimism and happiness. Scientists have concluded that this phenomenon occurs because endorphins are released from the brain as a result of the sustained and strenuous aerobic activity.
If there is such a thing as a "skater's high," it would be the perfect (or near perfect) spin - A spin that starts out centered, builds momentum, reaches its maximum speed and winds down, all in a controlled fashion. For me, the "high" point is the moment when the spin reaches its highest velocity. At that moment, I feel the velocity of the spin and also feel very stable and secure (and happy!) as you'll see from the video below.
Much like a runner's high, there is also an overwhelming feeling of goodness when all the elements of a great spin are working together, including a good windup and entry, centered spin, and a controlled exit. Often I'm asked if I get dizzy while spinning. I explain that yes, I do get dizzy; however, because the spin is centered and my skating leg acts as an anchor to firmly hold the spin in place, it is not a "panicky" dizzy feeling. Rather, it is a controlled dizziness that you find yourself wanting to experience again and again!