TubClub¹⁹ : life & death


Dying to Live OR Just Living to Die

the DAY OF THE DEAD, or DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS, is a rich and culturally significant tradition celebrated by people of mexican descent worldwide. it’s a holiday that honors and remembers deceased loved ones. this tradition serves as a profound way to confront the concept of death, celebrate the lives of those who have passed, and remind the living of the impermanence of life.

FOCUS : life & death

traditions like the DAY OF THE DEAD and practices like ice baths and breathwork provide different but complementary ways to confront the concept of death, challenge one’s limitations, and embrace life more fully. they serve as powerful reminders of the impermanence of existence and can inspire individuals to live with greater purpose and resilience. here’s how honoring the DAY OF THE DEAD and confronting the reality of death can have a profound impact on one’s life:

1. honoring loved ones: DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS provides an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of deceased family members and friends. it involves creating altars, or ofrendas, adorned with photographs, favorite foods, and mementos of the deceased. by doing this, people keep the memories of their loved ones alive and maintain a spiritual connection with them.

2. embracing impermanence: by recognizing that death is an inevitable part of the human experience, individuals can gain a greater appreciation for the fleeting nature of existence and make the most of their time on earth.

3. confronting fear of death: engaging with the concept of mortality in a positive and culturally rich manner and by embracing death as a natural part of life, individuals can reduce their fear and anxiety about it.

4. living life to the fullest: the awareness of death’s inevitability can be a powerful motivator to live life to the fullest. this realization encourages people to set meaningful goals, take risks, and make the most of their time. it can drive them to pursue their passions and create lasting memories.

5. cultural and spiritual connection: participating in the DAY OF THE DEAD festivities fosters a sense of cultural and spiritual connection. it brings communities together to share stories, traditions, and values, creating a sense of unity and belonging.

in parallel, practices like ice baths challenge individuals to confront their fears by immersing themselves in extreme physical discomfort. this builds mental resilience to face life’s challenges with courage. breathwork techniques, like the wim hof method, not only improve physical health but also help control physiological responses, reducing fear and anxiety, including fear of death. together, these practices encourage individuals to confront their limitations and live life more purposefully.



SKU TC19 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 Option

Ice Bath Only, Ice Bath + Sauna Access

Event Details

Date: November 01, 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