We are excited to announce that Níall Ó Murchú – one of the foremost practitioners and teachers of the Wim Hof Method of breathwork here in Ireland – will be joining us at Positive Nights on Thursday January 31st from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
The Wim Hof Method is an internationally renowned way of working with the breath and the body’s natural rhythms in order to ease tension and stress, thereby leading to improved health and vitality. You can transform how you feel and how you think by learning the Wim Hof Method here in Ireland. Níall frequently offers in-depth workshops, retreats and one-on-one sessions will give you the skills you need to live a healthier, happier and stronger life.
Níall describes his journey with the Wim Hof Method thus:
“It was late and dark. I was sitting on the floor waiting for the printer to finish printing my Wim Hof Method 10-week course manual. ‘I’ll give this a go when I’m waiting,’ I thought, clicking the play button. ‘What’s he saying? Breathe fully in, and what? Let go.’ Josie. my wife, was looking over my shoulder. She saw: reduce stress, deal better with grief and trauma. ‘Right, we’re trying this Wim Hof Method.’”
“Within a few days things had changed. We both woke up bright, alive and laughing. We were enjoying ourselves again. The constant grind of nappies, bottles, crying, work (and doing it all again) didn’t disappear. But, our old tired selves did. Instead, they were replaced with two people who felt full of oxygen, energy and love. Some days, I felt so full of energy I thought: “If I jumped up now, I think I could fly through the roof.”
“This was because we learnt to unlock our body’s potential simply and effectively. We learnt to breathe deeply and profoundly. We learnt to use the cold to awaken our inner energy. We learnt to be focused and relaxed.”
If you are interested in learning more about the amazing benefits of the Wim Hof Method – and giving it a try for yourself – come along to Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. on Thursday January 31st. Click here to book your tickets.