Put yourself in the expert hands of certified WHM Instructor, Steve Beattie, to learn using breath and cold exposure to optimize body & mind. Learn about the underlying physiology and psychology to achieve peak performance. Then put the theory into practice dipping into the icy waters on top the mountain.
Time: 12pm – 4pm (ish)
Date: Friday 12 Jan 2024
Location: Holimont Ski Club
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Put yourself in the expert hands of certified WHM Instructor, Steve Beattie to learn how you can utilize breath and cold exposure to optimize body & mind, and learn about the underlying physiology.
We meet in the Ski Chalet to connect mind and body through a gentle fascial flow movement routine. You will learn to re-activate your primary breathing muscles and shift your mental state away from the chronic (dis)stress of life into a relaxed and focused flow state. Using your breath, you will ignite your inner fire and prepare yourself for the icy plunge in the mountain top lake! You will have the option to hike up the mountain or take a chair lift to the top. After our cold plunge you will learn to heat yourself up from the inside with gently movement.
Over time, we humans have developed a different attitude towards nature and we’ve forgotten about our inner power: this is the ability of our body to adapt to extreme temperatures and survive within our natural environment.
Because we wear clothes and artificially control the temperatures at home and at work, we’ve greatly reduced the natural stimulation of our bodies, giving up the age-old mechanisms related to our survival, basic health and functioning. Because these deeper physiological layers are no longer triggered, our bodies are no longer in touch with this inner power. BUT this inner power is a force that can be reawakened by stimulating these physiological processes through breath control and gradual cold exposure.
Your guide, Steve Beattie, trained with Wim Hof at workshops and courses in Toronto, California, and Australia to become a certified Wim Hof Method Level II Instructor.