Wim Hoff Breath Work

Wim Hoff Breath Work

We have taken the below 3 videos and data from YouTube as Wim’s methods are so powerful for health and healing … enjoy!
About this method – Wim Hof has developed a method characterized by simplicity and effectiveness. The effects and applicability of this method are being investigated by various scientific institutes, including the Radboud University. Initial results have shown that the method appears to affect the autonomous nervous system and the immune system. This means that application of the Wim Hof Method (WHM) may be of particular importance in the fields of public health, sports and at many other levels.
The effectiveness of this method has been known to Wim Hof for years, which is why he wishes to share it with the world. He wants to ensure that this method will be applied on a large scale. To achieve this, his method is being scientifically investigated, he leads training sessions and workshops and gives interviews to local and international media. This report discusses how the WHM originated, what the method consists of, which physiological effects it has, which scientific results it has yielded and in which fields the method can be applied.
 
Wim Hoff breathing pre-preparation video –  Don’t take the method and techniques too lightly, they go deep and the effects can have a huge impact. – Don’t do the breathing exercises in a swimming pool, before going under water, beneath the shower or piloting any vehicle, without proper supervision. Always practice in a safe environment. – Keep in mind to do the exercises without forcing them, gradually build up and don’t exceed your limits. Love, strength and happiness to everyone!
 
This Breathing Bubble is an audiovisual guide that helps you maintain rhythm and pace during your breathing sessions. Simply watch the bubble as it expands and contracts, and follow with your breath. You’ll hear Wim breathe alongside you, and entrancing background sounds help tune out your surroundings, allowing you to focus on nothing but your breath.