Winter Expedition — Poland
Travel to a tiny town in Poland for the adventure of a lifetime.
Winter Expedition Wim Hof
Five days centered around mastering the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method: breathing technique, cold exposure, and cultivating the mindset that allows you to incorporate these into your daily life. A variety of engaging exercises will have you train your nervous-, immune-, and cardiovascular system, optimize energy flow, and find a natural balance.
The trip is led by a group of experienced WHM Instructors, who provide expert insight into the interplay of body and mind, and the physiological mechanisms that come into play. Meanwhile Wim will supervise the proceedings and add a healthy dose of fun & foolishness.
Poland’s majestic hills and valleys serve as a testing ground for your newly acquired mastery of body and mind. The week culminates in an ascent of mighty Mount Śnieżka, which will have you break through physical and spiritual boundaries you thought hitherto unbreakable. There is always a tremendous sense of comraderie among the participants —who hail from all corners of the world— and each year enduring new friendships are forged.
The driven snow and pure, crystal air will bring out the power of your natural instincts. Divorced from the artificial comforts that characterize much of the modern world, you will find your inner fire.
Transfer from the airport & transport on location
Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Use of sauna and other on-site facilities
You want to fly into Václav Havel Airport, in Prague (IATA code: PRG). Our shuttle buses then take you to Poland. Pick-up from the airport is at 6 PM on the first day, and departure on the final day is at 6 AM, to ensure arrival back at the airport no later than 10 AM.
The Winter Expedition is suitable for people of ages 18 and up and requires no prior experience
The program —highly subject to the weather and Wim's whims— is sent out to all participants a few weeks before the start of the event.
What to bring
A selection of fresh, organic produce to replenish the calories that are rapidly burned at subzero temperatures.