Sat, Dec 05|
One Day WHM Fundamentals Workshop - Edinburgh
In this workshop you will learn about and experience all three pillars of the WHM: cold exposure, breathing and mindset/focus. The goal is to give you some powerful tools to boost your health, improve your concentration and energy levels, better connect with your body and mind, and much much more!
Time & Location
Dec 05, 2020, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tribe Porty, 19 Windsor Pl, Edinburgh EH15 2AJ, UK
About This Experience
The one day Wim Hof workshop will introduce you to the potential benefits of the Wim Hof Method which include:
- Decreased Inflammation
- Manage Chronic Pain
- Feel Less Stressed
- Boundless Energy Levels
- Burn Fat
- Sleep Improvement
- Better Blood Circulation
- Enhanced Athletic Performance
- Recover Faster
The course is suitable for beginners and intermediate participants of the Wim Hof method.
On the day:
Breathing and meditation.
Cold Physiology in the sea
Location: 19 Windsor Place, Portobello
Bathing suit, towel, flip flops, warm clothes
You are welcome to bring a small snack if you like to eat in the break. Best to eat light before the workshop commence.
HOW TO PREPARE:
If you are new to cold exposure, in the days leading up to the workshop end your warm shower with 30-60 seconds of cold water only. Begin with your feet and then follow with your legs, your stomach, shoulders, neck and back. Focus on calming down your breath. Don’t put your head under the cold shower, it is better to skip the cold shower on the head for the first month. This way you will become more familiar with the way your body reacts to the cold.
Everyone can participate to their own ability and level of comfort. No pressure, just fun day of new experiences and learning. If you have any health conditions or concerns please contact us beforehand and/or check with your doctor. The goal of the workshop is share these simple and effective health and performance improvement tools.
Early Bird Ticket
This ticket will allow you to take part in the one day Wim Hof workshop in Edinburgh with instructor Allan Brownlie.