New Year’s ice bath
‘Very cool’ into the year 2022
Berlin | 08.01.2022 | 11 am to 4 pm
Once again there will be breathtaking facts, great talks and lots of fun – of course with the highlight ice bath! Wim Hof Instructor Daniel Ruppert will lead us through breathing sessions, know-how lessons and completely relaxed into the ice bath. There is no cooler way to start the new year!
- Ice baths – an ultimate challenge & experience
- Theory and scientific background on breathing techniques and cold exposure
- Energy breathing
- ‘Monkey Mind’ meditation: the 8th sense – selfperception, introspection
- Fire breathing: Brown fat activation
- Time for conversation & connections
- Homemade, delicious snacks & drinks
Annette & Malte
“We just have a lot of fun hosting like-minded people and having a brilliant five hours. Our biggest treat is seeing who connected with whom at the end of the (sometimes still unplanned long) day – and what amazing developments everyone has made for themselves.”
Daniel Ruppert | Wim Hof Method Instructor
“I love supporting people to feel happy, strong and healthy. As a Wim Hof, breath and meditation coach, I advise people on how to create better access to inner forces with a healthy body and happy mindset.
The most important things at a glance
- The workshop is structured so that we can master the ice bath in the garden in all weather conditions
- When: Saturday, January 8, 2022, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Where: At Annette & Malte’s (10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg) – exact address after registration.
- What: Theory & practice on cold exposure (including ice baths), breathing sessions, snacks & drinks.
- Price: 90 Euro
- Registration: Until December 27, 2021 – via the contact form below.
- After registration has been made we will send detailed info about the event.
WIM HOF METHOD
Cold, breathing, mindset, energy management
A stress response is an innate reaction of the autonomic nervous system and marks a situation that the brain wants to manage. So as a result, we get excited: the heart beats faster, the blood flow is redirected, energy is mobilized – in order to be able to cope with the situation by fleeing, fighting or playing dead. Once the stress-triggering situation has been overcome, the body slowly returns to its natural balance.
For many people, this natural stress response is largely out of control because the amount of stress-triggering impulses has increased enormously. In contrast, the positive effects of stress – e.g. increased alertness and sensory awareness – are little known and remain unused.
“If you can learn how to use your mind, anything is possible.” – Wim Hof
Learning to deal with stress means managing your energy effectively. And that is a matter of inner attitude, the right metabolism and the right biochemistry. This ‘trio’ constantly reports the state of the energy supply to the body and brain. These can then – depending on the current level – retain energy or activate it in the requested amount.
In this workshop we will use conscious breathing techniques, guided meditation exercises and cold training to naturally alternate the body between relaxation and stress. In this way, mind and body – mindset and bodyset – will be trained to return to natural balance faster, longer and more efficiently.
Wim Hof instructor Daniel Ruppert gets everyone into the ice
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