Breath, Move, Play, WHM Weekend

Breath, Move, Play, WHM Weekend


Start 15 feb 2019 17:00
Eind 17 feb 2019 17:00
Registratie Startdatum 04 nov 2018 10:00
Sluitingsdatum 17 feb 2019 19:00
Prijs p.p. 450,-
This is a weekend to deepen your Wim Hof Method (WHM) experience in a playful way. Three days of fully accomodated training to increase our mindfulness in stressful situations. The 3 components of the WHM (breathing, mindset and cold exposure) are combined with the movement method “Kinesica” and martial arts (FightPlay) to develop a resilient mindset in the face of stress and resistance.


The weekend will be hosted by Douwe van den Berg, Paul Plasman and Xander Barel.

Douwe van den Berg is WHM instructor, breath coach and Kinesica trainer. He is fascinated by the body/mind interaction and has researched this in many different ways (meditation, acrobatics, anthropology, etc.). He started the WHM in 2012 and is one of the first instructors of the method. Currently, he is actively involved in the WHM academy (teaching the teachers).

Paul Plasman is WHM instructor and Systema instructor. As curious Quantified Self-er, he is discovering the world inside and outside himself in a playful way. He is fascinated by the role that breathing plays in mental and physical performance.

Xander Barel is a behavioral scientist, Combat Sambo Systema Instructor IV, one of the founders of Kinesica and a certified resilience trainer. His work focuses on analysing and facilitating education and personal growth. He uses psychomotor work and martial arts as strong tools to spot and remove obstacles in the path of development.


Costs: €450,-

Hof van Axen, Bosweg 4, Witteveen.

Food and lodging:
This weekend includes all meals & drinks. From dinner at Friday evening until lunch at Sunday afternoon. You will share a room with other participants.

Dates and time:
Friday 15 February 17:00 – Sunday 17 February 17:00

Preparation: Additional information will be given after you register.

What to bring: Comfortable clothes, swimming gear and a sleeping bag.

Language: English (or Dutch if all participants are Dutch), translations can be provided if necessary.

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