Wim Hof Method Workshop: fundamentals

Sun Oct 17 2021 at 10:00 am to 02:00 pm

Dublin, Ireland | Dublin

Breathe With Niall
Publisher/HostBreathe With Niall
Wim Hof Method Workshop: fundamentals
Are you stressed? Tired? Sick? Or, looking for a change?
You can transform how you feel, how you think and your health by learning the Wim Hof Method. I can teach you. Then, you’ll have the skills you need to live a healthier, happier and stronger life.
You'll learn how to:
Breathe fully and deeply, improving your health, giving you more energy and reducing stress
Improve your focus and determination, helping you explore and eventually master your body and mind
Use gradual exposure to the cold to strengthen your immune system, balance hormone levels and elevate your mood
More benefits of learning the Wim Hof Method
Increased energy
Better Sleep
Heightened focus and determination
Improved sports performance
Reduced stress levels
Greater cold tolerance
Faster recovery
Enhanced creativity
What you'll get
Four hours of expert teaching in the Wim Hof Method with me Níall Ó Murchú. I'm a level 3 certified instructor. Level 3 is the highest level of expertise awarded to instructors. I'm the only level 3 instructor in Ireland. There aren't many level 3 instructors in the world.
As well as the experience of the workshop, you'll also receive a follow-up emails that will help you integrate the Wim Hof Method into your daily life. These will encourage, support and inspire you to find time in your daily routine for a little bit of breathing and cold. That will help bring about deep and long-lasting benefits.
Schedule for the workshop
Welcome and registration
Introduction to Wim Hof Method
Breathing exercises
Stretching and breathing
Focus and horse stance
Ice bath!
Warming up
Discussion about follow-up emails
Questions and closing the workshop
Frequently asked questions
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is room for 15 cars to park around the hall. Otherwise, there is parking on some of the streets nearby.
What should I bring to the event?
You'll need to bring a yoga / pilates mat. A towel, flip flops and swim wear for getting into the ice bath. Plus, a blanket or two. You'll need them during the breathing exercises as you'll be lying down in a well-ventilated hall with really high ceilings. It can get cold.
Please wear comfortable and warm clothes as we will be moving and stretching. A lot of the activities will be outdoors, so come prepared.
Do I need to prepare for the workshop?
When you sign up for the workshop, you will be sent an information pack. It would be great if you could read through that before the workshop. In that will be a cold shower challenge. Don't worry: it will take less than a minute per day to complete! Also, health and COVID declarations and informed consent forms for you to fill-out.
What about COVID protocols?
All the usual COVID protocols will be followed. We all know them by now. Plus, there are other international guidelines on ice baths. All of these will be explained at the beginning of the event.
How do I practise the method safely?
The breathing exercise has a profound effect and should be practised in the way it is explained. Always do the breathing exercise in a safe environment (e.g. sitting on a couch/floor) and unforced.
Never practise the exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath or in any other place where, should you pass out, a serious injury could occur. Wim Hof breathing may cause tingling sensations and/or lightheadedness.
The cold is a powerful force. We strongly advise to gradually build up exposing yourself to the cold. Always train without force and listen to your body carefully. If it is not practised responsibly, there is a risk of hypothermia.
Do not practise the method during pregnancy or if you're epileptic. People with cardiovascular health issues, or any other (serious) health conditions, should always consult a medical doctor before starting the Wim Hof Method.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Dublin, Ireland


EUR 150

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