Wim Hof Method
Unlock the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method to become Happy, Healthy & Strong
The Wim Hof Method is a tool that allows you to tap into your Inner Fire
Understand what the 3 pillars are and how they combine to make the body and mind more powerful.
All Wim Hof Method workshops are taught by Stuart Wilson, the only certified Wim Hof Method instructor in Thailand.
Visit the official WHM site here www.wimhofmethod.com for more in-depth and up to date information about the WHM.
The physical and mental advantages of breathing correctly are dismissed by many as fanciful notions, but learning how to breathe is an integral part of the Wim Hof Method.
Yoga practitioners have long understood the benefits of specialised breathing.
Hof believes learning how to breathe unlocks key benefits, such as increasing energy, reducing stress and enhancing the body’s immune responses.
Training the body to handle freezing temperatures is at the core of the Wim Hof Method.
Professional athletes already exploit cold therapy as ice baths, but the Wim Hof Method takes this farther. Hof explains that cold therapy enhances sports performance, helps the body generate feel-good endorphins and that the mind can control how to react to the cold.
WHM is about training the body and mind. The power of the mind exceeds what you believe.
Mastering the Wim Hof Method requires patience and determination.
This dedication does pay off as the body reaches a new level of health and fitness.
Benefits of the Wim Hof Method
Following the Wim Hof Method is not just about peak sports performance.
The training can also affect many other areas of health and happiness.
Here’s a list of just a few of the benefits from following the Wim Hof Method, and you do not have to become a supreme sportsman to become a better you by applying the method to your daily life.
Boost Immune System
The Wim Hof Method takes care of your mind and body which is essential for improving physical performance. Science shows those following the Wim Hof Method have a stronger immune response to pathogens than others
Improve Mental Health
A strong mind is as important as maintaining a strong body. Good mental health makes people feel better and more able to cope with life. Testimonials show that practising the Wim Hof Method contributes to better mental health and well-being
Including the Wim Hof Method in training enhances sports performance for professional and amateur athletes and is reflected in Hof’s achievements in winning more than 20 Guinness world records
Following the Wim Hof Method opens the door to relieving stress. The exercises combine meditation, relaxing breathing techniques and cold therapy that combine to help minimise stress
Harness inner power and let go of the mundane matters that drain performance and motivation by taking control of mind and body through the Wim Hof Method to generate more energy
Everyone knows the importance of a good night’s sleep to promote general well-being. Sleeping well is one of the by-products of the Wim Hof Method, while boosting energy levels during waking hours is another
Recovery time after performing at a high level is important for athletes, and the Wim Hof Method promotes a faster return to training, while reducing muscle soreness and inflammation
Mental strength means taking more control of your life and having the confidence to make the right decisions for you. Wim Hof believes people can train to improve their willpower, which leads on to a happier, more satisfying life
If you suffer stress, keeping focus on the task at hand becomes harder and can impact on your health. Boosting concentration through meditation is one of the core pillars of the Wim Hof Method
Dealing with Depression
Battling depression is like living your life in a shadow, where all the joy and colour has evaporated. Many report following the Wim Hof Method has helped them with relief from the symptoms depression
Burnout is a feeling like depression that often follows an extended time of stressful high performance at work or in sport. The Wim Hof Method helps resent the mind and body
The Wim Hof Method is a proven tool in tackling this debilitating and painful condition that can last for years. Stress management through meditation and more controlled breathing ease some of the symptoms of the disorder
Arthritis is a sometimes crippling condition suffered by millions. Wim Hof promotes turning away from painkillers to exerting will-power to exercise and improve quality of life as an alternative approach
Asthma stems from restricted air flow through the body’s respiratory system. Following the Wim Hof Method to breathe more effectively to open the airways can relief the symptoms of asthma for many sufferers
COPD is a disease affecting the lungs that impacts on breathing. The Wim Hof Method has shown better breathing and ice therapy can help those suffering from COPD
Some people are innately creative, but Wim Hof believes creativity is also a talent that can be taught. He believes meditation and will-power can help focus the mind on problem-solving and creativity
Improve Cold Tolerance
Wim Hof believes cold therapy offers many benefits to everyone, not just athletes seeking improved performance. Dealing with extreme temperatures is one of the basics of the Wim Hof Method
Understanding the science behind the Wim Hof Method
Doctors and medical researchers are keen to examine Wim Hof and carry out experiments on the way he handles extreme temperatures because science viewed the human body was incapable of responding in the way he does to physical and mental challenges.
Universities have run projects aimed at understanding how Hof influences systems in his body that were thought autonomous and beyond the reach of the mind. They still don’t know how he attains the results he does, but do admit what they thought impossible is no longer beyond belief.
Controlling the autonomic nervous system, which manages heart rate, blood circulation and the body’s flight or fight mechanisms, is at the root of the studies. Hof and his students can command the system through meditation and breathing techniques – something that they believed was not possible.