Weekend retreat (Fri - Sun)
led by WHM Certified Instructor Hong Noe
A weekend to further explore, observe, & open yourself up to potential insights and foster a determination, a willingness to take proactive steps to face your fear and discomfort signals to move beyond your current limitations & comfort zone boundaries. There is no magic formula: you HAVE to face and BE with discomfort, to move yourself PAST how you feel (fear, anxiety, etc.) about discomfort (in order to begin to "rewire" how your brain responds to discomfort). But out of finding your "center" within your discomfort (fears, anxiety, etc.), there clears a space & place where a newfound strength can take root and grow and then positive emotions may naturally arise that is natural to the place (& state) that you now find yourself.
This retreat is about creating a space for a greater focused time into the practice for oneself (for greater potential physiological & psychological impact), as well as for taking self-directed time to foster greater observation & awareness.
“Feeling is Understanding”. ~ Wim Hof
The retreat is suitable for intermediate (for those who have practiced the WHM basic breathing rounds, focus/mindset and cold exposure on a regular basis for at least 3 months) & beyond (getting more into the psychological aspects: fears, anxieties & training our body-mind responses to them, etc.).
Retreat capped at 6 participants (includes lodging).
Location: Spirit Mountain Retreat: 25661 Oakwood St, in Idyllwild, California 92549
May 5, Friday, 4 pm: check in at retreat center (you are responsible for your own transportation to & from the center).
Accomplish at least THREE things you’ve been PROCRASTINATING about (to facilitate you toward getting into a better mindset during the workshop as well as to apply practicing overcoming signals of mental resistance in your everyday lives).
It is assumed that you have been practicing COLD EXPOSURE on your own for at least 3 months.
Strawberry Creek: photo 1 or San Jacinto River (North fork): photo 2 - where we may practice the cold immersions (photos 1-2 according to Google images):
25661 Oakwood St, Idyllwild, CA 92549