"Life is about enjoying the ride"
Take control! Mental training one step further
The ability to control both your autonomic nervous system and immune system.
An understanding of your mental capabilities and ultimately improving your mental- and physical health
The ability to deal with stress and understand the importance of stress
About the Mental Training
For the first time in history it is scientifically proven that it is possible to control your autonomic nervous system and immune system. The easiest way to achieve this, seems to be through exposure to extreme cold temperatures combined with breathing techniques. It is proven that, being exposed to cold temperatures has a big impact on both your physical and mental health. Before you start practicing in extreme conditions you must fully understand the theoretical and practical techniques in order to be able to master a certain level of body and mind control.
Each and every individual has the ability to reach this state of control. It is a mental ability that simply needs to be discovered or awakened. A vital component is the power of suggestion. It is something that should not be underestimated as it has the ability to induce a very high state of concentration, disconnection with time, and has the power to alter or eliminate certain habits. A control of time in a trans state of mind can be applied to mundane situations such as long distance running or more critical situations like irrational fears. This course is so powerful it will not only change the way you see yourself (own abilities), but it will create radical improvements to your overall health.
What will I learn?
This topic is offered in a Basic | Half Day or Full Day. Facilities with exposure to cold water or snow and sauna will include workshops there.
Learn how to influence your autonomic nervous system and immune system
Learn how to influence your mental and physical health
Learn how to motivate yourself to plan and finish what you started
Learn how to deal with stress
Learn how to live and enjoy life