Breathwork was discovered and practiced by monks and yogis of the East for eons to help optimise their mind, body and spirit. In more recent times breathwork has been the focus of various scientific studies that not only validate its importance but as our understanding of the human body progresses scientists are discovering more benefits that were previously unknown or once thought impossible.

Today it has been incorporated into the daily routines of elite performers including Biohackers, Silicon Valley Executives and Navy SEALS and practiced by world class performers including Tony Robbins, Beyoncé, Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Olympic athletes, MMA fighters and more. Breathwork is simple and can be practiced by virtually anyone – try it yourself and experience the profound benefits of mastering your breath.

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Primal Breathwork is based on the core principles and concepts of the 'Wim Hof Method' (WHM) which is a groundbreaking technique that helps empower ordinary humans to reach their potential. The Wim Hof Method is similar to Tummo (inner heat) Meditation and Pranayama (yogic breathing). Yet it is something else entirely. The WHM gives the individual the ability to activate and optimise their body's own systems for healing and peak performance. The method consists of three components that reinforce each other and is characterised by their simplicity and effectiveness. 




The first pillar of the WHM is breathing. We’re always breathing, yet we’re mostly unaware of its tremendous potential. Heightened oxygen levels hold a treasure trove of benefits, and the specialized breathing technique of the WHM unearths them all: more energy, reduced stress levels, and an augmented immune response that swiftly deals with pathogens.


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The cold is your warm friend and the second pillar of the WHM. Proper exposure to the cold starts a cascade of health benefits, including the buildup of brown adipose tissue and resultant fat loss, reduced inflammation that facilitates a fortified immune system, balanced hormone levels, improved sleep quality, and the production of endorphins — the feel-good chemicals in the brain that naturally elevate your mood.



The third pillar of the WHM method is the foundation of the other two: both cold exposure and conscious breathing require patience and dedication in order to be fully mastered. Armed with focus and determination you are ready to explore and eventually master your own body and mind.