Wim Hof Method Workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Wim Hof Method comes to Denmark, Copenhagen!

Workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. 
During this workshop the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method will be explained and instructed: cold exposure, breathing exercises and mind-set/focus. The goal is to give you the tools to help improve your energy flow, get the body flexible and enable your mind to concentrate in a more focused manner. By gaining this awareness it will help you to better connect your body and mind.

Benefits of the WIm Hof Method
- feeling fresh and energetic throughout the day
- sharpness and focus (at work)
- mental piece of mind and better coping with stress
- enhances creativity and resilience
- easier to deal with challenges and fear
- improves health and strengthens resistance
- improved performance in sports
- better recovery after exercise

For who?
The course is suitable for anyone wanting to get a deeper understanding of the Wim Hof method.

After the workshop you will receive:

  • A discount on the 10-Week Video Course
  • A copy of the e-book “Becoming the Iceman”
  • A digital copy of "The Wim Hof Method Explained"

Location
To be announced 3 weeks before the workshop. 

Program
11:00 - 11:30               Registration
11:30 - 13:30               Part 1
13:30 - 14:15               Break
14:15 - 16:00               Part 2

Bring with you

  • A yoga mat
  • A bathing suit, towel, and sandals
  • A lunch pack (optional)

We advise to eat light before the workshop.

Price: € 169
Early Price: € 149
(book before 1th of June)
Early Bird Price: € 133 (first 10 bookings)

This includes tea and coffee

To Bring
Yoga mat, blanket, easy clothing, bathing suit, large towel, flip-flops, warm sweater.

Food                                                                                                                                          
We advise you to bring a bite to eat with you. Best to eat light before the workshop commences.

Discover your innerfire!

Location

Copenhagen, Denmark