Icebreakers events provide an opportunity for business professionals to look inwards, connect and relate in a way like no other through the power of the breath, ice and authentic conversations.

Too often we connect in business with a transactional mindset and neglect the limitless potential to create value and meaningful relationships. This business networking event is for adventurous professionals looking explore a new way.

Icebreakers is all about performance and connection with science-backed, heart-centered approach to improving your mind, body, effectiveness and performance.

Please contact us if you would like to host an icebreakers event or interested in being invited to an event.

Come along and learn how to:

  • Explore new possibilities

  • Connect with progressive business leaders

  • Master your energy levels

  • Feel energized within minutes

  • Reduce stress & feel more relaxed

  • Unlock the power of your mind

Join Tom and team for these special events and learn to unleash your inner fire with business professionals looking to create health and abundance for their own lives.

During this networking experience you will experience:

  • Introductions

  • Wim Hof and XPT Performance Breathing Methods to control state, increase capacity and CO2 tolerance

  • Hit the Ice (Optional)

  • Group Discussion and connect with a litter Q&A . 

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Join us for a recovery session where you will experience the benefits of heat and cold exposure therapy as well as breathing and movement exercises to get your mind and body in recovery state.

The recovery sessions provide a multitude of health benefits including a decrease inflammation and a balance of hormones so you can develop and evolve with your physical performance and everyday life. Sessions are strictly capped at 8 clients and we highly recommend booking a few days before the session. Online Booking form below.

Bring a towel, yoga mat (if you have one), board shorts/bathers, drink bottle, comfortable clothes to wear after.

It is recommended that you take it easy and avoid stress after the session to enjoy the full benefit of the therapy.

Please contact us if you would like to host an icebreakers event or interested in being invited to an event.

+ More Recovery Session Information

Recovery Sessions Combine Basic Performance Breathing, Heat Exposure and Cold Exposure. They are designed with the latest techniques and scientifically proven methods to help take your training to the next level.

Basic Performance Breathing: Discover the health and performance benefits through our Performance Breathing Classes which will enable you to tap into the immense capacity for your breath. Performance Breathing will educate you on specialised breathing techniques to raise your oxygen levels and increase your oxygen capacity to its fullest potential.

Heat Exposure: Heat exposure using our barrel sauna is the deliberate and controlled exposure to hot temperatures outside the normal range experiences in one’s day to day life in order to elicit positive adaptations. The temperature range for our sauna is 60-80 degrees Celsius. Our classes combine breathing techniques and heat exposure therapy to assist with increasing endurance, muscle hypertrophy following training, environmental exposure, mental resilience and stress management.

Cold Exposure: Cold Exposure using our professional ice-baths is the deliberate and controlled exposure to cold temperatures outside the normal range experienced in one’s day to day life in order to elicit positive adaptations. It is typically in the range of 0-15 degrees Celsius. Our classes combine breathing techniques and cold exposure therapy to assist with training recovery, injury recovery, fat burning, environmental exposure, mental resilience and stress management.

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Our Performance Breathing Sessions apply XPT and Wim Hoff Breathing methods to stimulate the nervous system and will empower you to tap into the immense capacity of your breath.  Developed by big wave surfer Laird Hamilton and Wim Hof to heighten your oxygen levels and unlock your aerobic capacity to its fullest potential.

Please contact us if you would like to host an icebreakers event or interested in being invited to an event.

Proven Benefits

Tom Molloy Trained by Wim Hof and XPT Certified Coach

Tom Molloy Trained by Wim Hof and XPT Certified Coach

  • Regulate emotional state

  • Feel more in control

  • More positive

  • Recover faster

  • Reduce stress levels

  • Higher sports performance

  • Increased energy

  • Better focus

  • Better sleep

  • Improve well-being

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When: Wednesdays at  645 PM

Location: Upstairs CrossFit 4566 1/15 Lionel Donovan Drive, Noosaville

What to bring: Comfortable sports clothes, towel water and a yoga mat (if you have one)

Introductory Offer: of $20 per session.

How to Book: Below is the booking form. Select the day that works for you.

We look forward to sharing this awesome experience with you!

+ About Wim Hof

Wim Hof got his nickname “The Iceman” after he broke a number of records with regards to resisting cold. Some of his feats include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts, running a half marathon above the Arctic Circle on his bare feet, and standing in a container while covered with ice cubes for more than 112 minutes. Wim is convinced that our bodies are capable of doing the same exceptionally things his body allows him to do. Therefore, he has developed his Wim Hof Method that gives ordinary people the tools to take control over their body.

+ Breathing Practices Explained

Regulated by the autonomic nervous system, inhaling oxygen is an unconscious process. Fortunately it’s an unconscious praxis, otherwise we simply wouldn’t have a break, as we’d have to deal with it incessantly. The amount of oxygen that we inhale through our breathing influences the amount of energy that is released into our body cells. On a molecular level, this progresses via various chemical and physiological processes. Breathing is the easiest and most instrumental part of the autonomic nervous system to control and navigate.

In fact, the way you breathe strongly affects the chemical and physiological activities in your body. Throughout the years, Wim Hof has developed special breathing exertions that keep his body in optimal condition and in complete control in the most extreme conditions. The breathing technique is first and foremost premised on inhaling deeply and exhaling without any use of force!

By training you breathing actively, you increasingly gain control over a range of physiological processes in the body. To really grasp why these breathing exercises are such an essential component in the WHM, we will first delve deeper into the physiological impact of respiration on the body. (1)

(1)The Wim Hof Method Explained By Isabelle Hof, June 2015 Updated January 2016

+ Physiology: breathing, body and blood

Breathing is the ultimate life source. Every day, we inhale and exhale on average 20.000 times to make sure we absorb sufficient oxygen. Oxygen (O2) is delivered through our lungs, whereas carbon dioxide (CO2), which is just a byproduct, (that your body nevertheless needs) flows out. Our lungs have a hierarchical branch structure and consist of two parts (the left and right lung). The respiratory system supplies oxygen so that the air can be transported via the primary bronchus to the bronchiole (the smaller respiratory tract). These bronchioles effuse into lung bubbles, where oxygen and blood cohere. During this diffusion, O2 is absorbed via the blood, whereas CO2 is dissolved. This process is a biological process known as gas exchange. After this exchange, oxygen rich blood is transported to enter the body cells.

Due to their great elasticity, lung bubbles generally have significant diffusion capacity. Hence, the so called “diffusion surface” is where the exchange between O2 and CO2 takes place. When you breathe calmly, this can stretch up to 70 m2, yet when you inhale deeply this can expand to 100 m2 (Mandigers & Van Straaten- Huygen, 2004 p.290 up to p.316). The WHM breathing technique is designed as such that anyone can reach the largest surface possible. By practicing the breathing technique, you will influence the ratio between O2 en CO2 in the blood. Based on scientific research (Kox et al., 2012), Wim Hof’s blood levels indicated, after 30 minutes of implementing the breathing technique, a significantly low dose of CO2.

After an hour, the CO2-levels were even lower. On top of this, the amount of O2- consumption had doubled after 45 minutes. (1)

(1)The Wim Hof Method Explained By Isabelle Hof, June 2015 Updated January 2016