Wim Hof Method Fundamentals -
Greater Seattle Area
In-Person Workshop -Phinney Ridge Community Center $150
Saturday, June 11th, 12:30 - 4:30p.
Join us for this workshop allowing you to connect deeper to your mind and body.
The workshop will be held at the Phinney Ridge Community Center right near Green Lake, from 12:30p - 4:30p.
Participants will come away with a clear understanding of the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method which include breathing exercises, cold therapy, and mindset / commitment.
Courses are designed to give you a fundamental understanding of your anatomy and physiology, as well as practical, hands-on exercises to work on throughout the week.
~4 hour workshop.
Our cold training will be conducted in ice baths.
Wim Hof Method Travel Experience - $1,500 - 2,159
4 days / 4 nights:
Click "Book Now" to book a shared room with either Twin Bed or Queen Bed options, or book Training Only with no lodging included.
In the Wim Hof Method Travel Experience, you will learn and go deep within the method during a 4 day and 4 night intensive retreat that you will never forget! Join this bucket list travel experience near Anchorage, Alaska!
What level of experience do I need to attend this trip?
No experience is required, though an adventurous spirit is necessary. The Wim Hof Method is designed to get you out of your comfort zone. Your guides, Matt Soule and John Paul Huffer, have carefully curated each activity to challenge beginners, intermediate and advanced practitioners as appropriate. Everyone will train within their level to walk away with the best training experience.
What is the recommended fitness level?
It is recommended that you are able to do easy to moderate hiking for up to 3 hours at a time. You should be cleared to do moderate to intense exercise by your doctor.
Is there an equipment list?
Yes, at minimum the recommended list includes a day backpack, winter hiking clothing and boots (even in summer), mini-spikes, a headlamp, swimsuit(s), water shoes, water bottle, and an outdoor quick-dry towel.
How do I get there?
Fly into the Anchorage, AK airport. Then travel ~45 minutes to Girdwood, AK. Transportation is available for an extra cost for those who do not want to rent their own vehicle.
Will I need a rental car?
Not necessarily. We will be offering shuttles on Wednesday, August 3rd estimated at 1p, and a returning shuttle Sunday, August 7th leaving Girdwood at approximately 12p. These times are subject to change slightly in order to accommodate the maximum number of people that request a shuttle. Shuttles are $150pp and also includes all transportation to the training destinations during the retreat.
What room options are available?
We are offering shared room options which includes either a twin bed or a queen bed in the group house. Click on “book now” options above for additional information. For those who prefer a private room to themselves, our recommendation is to book the training only option listed above and then book a private hotel room separately at the Alyeska Hotel. This hotel is conveniently located near the group house.
What do you mean by this is a “bucket list trip”?
For cold training practitioners, Alaska is a wild frontier that offers training unlike anywhere in the world. From river training to ice covered waterfalls in winter and glacier swimming access in summer; from frozen lakes to snowy hikes in shorts, the beauty and expansive level of training opportunities are unmatched worldwide. Winter training offers a great opportunity to see the northern lights, while summer training allows the opportunity to see abundant wildlife.
Who are the instructors?
You will be guided by two of the most experienced, elite cold practitioners. Matt Soule is a level 3 Wim Hof Method (WHM) instructor who has trained hundreds of other (WHM) instructors through his role at the international WHM Academy. Further he has trained many thousands of WHM participants. He has led the majority of his trainings in nature throughout the Pacific Northwest, Colorado, and recently in Alaska. John Paul Huffer is a WHM instructor based in Alaska. Born and raised in this epic frontier, he has spent decades in these mountains, rivers, and waterfalls. Over the last several years he has led groups throughout the winters to experience the best of Alaska’s cold training options.
What is your refund policy?
If you cancel 91 days or more prior to the event start date, you receive a 100% refund. If you cancel 61 - 90 days, you receive 75% refund or, alternatively, you can receive full credit to transfer to a future event within 12 months. If you cancel 31 - 60 days, you receive 50% refund or can apply 75% credit to a future event in the next 12 months. If you cancel 30 days or less there is no refund or transfer.
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