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Sauna Talk is a show about the authentic sauna experience. Recorded (often) on the sauna bench, we talk with interesting guests about sauna including such aspects as building sauna, enjoying sauna, and health and wellness benefits to sauna. The rising sauna tide is lifting many boats and we look forward to some left turns that we hope to keep listeners on and off the more enjoyable and less trampled authentic sauna trail.

May 20, 2019

Daniel has a great media mind. He’s a great interviewer and a curious person, who helped unpack Glenn’s sauna marathon in Finland.

The trip was a balance of planning and spontaneity. A lot of planning through connections made, then emails and correspondences up to departure.

Endurance: I got on my sauna game. There...


May 6, 2019

Jamie and Will were ready to put winter behind us, and head up to the shores of the World's largest freshwater lake.

In this episode of Sauna Talk, we hear from the winners of the free weekend package to Larsmont Cottage's Sauna Days!

What they won

Their very own free weekend package to Sauna Days! $504.00 value.

2-...


Apr 29, 2019

The Sauna Talk Craft Brewery Series continues. We first interviewed Omar Ansari, founder of Surly Brewing, inside his wood fired sauna, episode here.

Today, we head up to Duluth, Minnesota to Sauna Talk with Ben Hugus, co founder of Ursula Brewing.

You will hear similarities with these conversations as there is a...


Apr 5, 2019

Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting on the bench with Omar Ansari, founder of Surly Brewing. You can listen to our Sauna Talk Episode here. Today on the bench, I have the pleasure of visiting with another enterprising icon in the Twin Cities. Today we welcome John Munger, Executive Director, Loppet Foundation.

John...


Mar 25, 2019

I want to introduce you to a close friend of mine.

I Got know Steve about 20 years ago. Steve has embraced the authentic sauna experience at my island cabin sauna up north through multiple “boys weekends” at least 20 of them in total. Some of the cabin visits have been in winter but most often in the fall when we...