Challenging workshops for individuals with the Iceman
Workshop by the Iceman
By attending this workshop, you can find out more on concentration, breathing and physical techniques. By mastering these techniques you can create a better connection with the nervous system, affect your immune system, prevent disease, create better blood circulation, and improve your concentration and focus. In short: with this technique, you can push your body further than you ever thought possible.
Are you are interested in learning more on how to improve your performance? Or do you want to challenge yourself and test your limits? Feel more than welcome to contact us with any questions.
We will be doing a tour in the US in June, if interested to attend to one of our workshops, please contact us!
Challenging workshops for companies
Date and location can always be discussed. We are flexible and not bound to fixed spots.
During his explanation about physiology and the state of the spirit, Wim Hof shows how to perform the impossible. After watching a film from the BBC and Discovery Channel, you perform practical exercises to improve your concentration skills.
1 day workshop
In the 1 day workshop, you’ll understand a more in-depth explanation of the physiological and mental state of the body and mind. In the morning, on an empty stomach we will practice breathing exercises. This will help affect the nervous system. You’ll quickly notice that you can increase your endurance with the same energy. After lunch, you will learn multiple techniques that will give you more output with less input. Wim will also go deeper into the questions: what is concentration and how do you achieve this focus? This will help you understand become even more successful. Through the exercises and techniques, you will learn how to create a nervous system which much more calmer and in balance.
Wim Hof broke many records as the Iceman, like standing in a cylinder filled with hundreds of kilos of ice cubes for 1 hour and 50 minutes. This workshop will place you in the front row of Wim attempting to break a new record.