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Intro into Wim Hof Method (breathing and mindset only)
February 15, 2020 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am HST
FREE Intro into Wim Hof Method during our festival at Orangetheory Fitness Waikiki
Come experience NOA AON aka Pavel Stuchlik for a Wim Hof Method Workshop with unique twists tailored for an experience that will leave you healthy, happy and strong again!
learn the techniques that make it possible to fully embody what it means to be human. you will be pushed past your comfort zone and into the realm where the possibilities are truly endless.
through the application of the Wim Hof Method, organic movement, silent stillness and meditation. This workshop is intro without ICE-BATH:)
Who is this workshop for ?
-Athletes who want to enhance performance or recover faster from injury
-People with weight loss issues, Inflammation, Depression, Auto Immune Disorders, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lyme Disease, Anxiety, PTSD, Fibromyalgia; Insomnia; High Altitude sickness; Skin and hair issues; Cold hands and feet, Weak immune system, Loss of Libido
-People getting over addictions and trauma release
-People generally looking to become happier, healthier and stronger
Not heard of Wim Hof – have you heard of the ICEMAN ?
He has 25 world records to his name – including climbing up Mt. Everest in his shorts, running a marathon at the North Pole barefoot, and running a marathon in Namibia with no water. He is highly regarded by the likes of Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Tony Robbins, Laird Hamilton, Alistar Overeem etc.
The first time I heard of Wim, he had gotten his eyeballs frozen while swimming in ice cold water as well as had Echoli endotoxin injected into his body and didn’t fall sick.
Come and learn in this workshop, how powerful breath work can be and how through breath and exposure to cold you can gain access to parts of your brain that doctors and medicine historically said you couldn’t access.
The Wim Hof method is a scientifically proven method based on 3 pillars : (1) Breath (2) Mindset (3) Gradual Exposure to cold.