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How a cold plunge can give you a physical boost and mental clarity

Host Bryan Piatt is joined by Luis Leonardo and Harrison Klein to talk about the mental and physical benefits of cold plunges and other exposure to the cold.

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We're keeping things super "chill" on this episode of "Take What Serves. Leave the Rest."

Host Bryan Piatt is joined by Luis Leonardo and Harrison Klein to talk about cold plunges and cold showers. They are both using cold exposure in their daily lives to develop a new relationship with their comfort zones.

Luis is the Founder of Embrace North , which is a cold plunge and sauna space in Minneapolis. Both Luis and Harrison also have teamed up to create Built to Breathe .

They talk about what drew them both to the cold, how to maneuver your first cold plunge, and much more.

Click here to learn more about the True North Experiences that they're offering.


As always - take what serves you, and leave the rest.

(This podcast is not meant to replace therapy. If you feel you need it, we encourage you to reach out to a licensed mental health professional)

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Bryan Piatt is a former TV news anchor who‘s sharing his journey with anxiety & OCD publicly through the podcast "Take What Serves. Leave the Rest", offering insight, wisdom and comfort for others maneuvering their mental health.
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