My Methods

With my work, I aim to enable my clients to change their perspective. They don’t need me to find paths where they currently see none – what they need is the experience of making self-determined decisions even in seemingly stuck situations.

This is nothing more than a self-regulation process, where the central tool is one’s own breath, acting as a link between mind and body.


“As long as you’re breathing, it’s never too late to start anew.”

The Wim Hof Method

The Wim Hof Method is a three-pillar system consisting of a special breathing technique, exposure to cold, and meditation.

The primary goal is to improve overall physical and mental well-being (preventively) through regular application of the method and to increase general stress tolerance by strengthening the body’s connection.

For instance, methodical exposure to cold has demonstrable positive effects on resilience against infectious diseases and balances the regulatory mechanisms of the nervous system.

Exposing oneself to a situation where one must momentarily resist their own instincts – for example, during cold exposure, which the human brain instinctively perceives as life-threatening – often has other effects on participants as well.

Many report that the experience has strengthened their confidence in themselves and their abilities beyond the workshop, bringing them closer to their own life goals and needs.

Transformative Breathwork

Change your breathing, change your life.

According to Forbes Magazine, in 2023, about one-third of the U.S. population reported experiencing anxiety attacks, depressive symptoms, and pathological anxiety disorders.

Additionally, in connection with global political events, entirely new fears are increasingly coming to light that affect entire generations, such as the phenomenon of Climate Anxiety.

This is precisely where transformative breathwork comes into play. Fears, emotional stress, and inner unrest are poor advisors and can be draining in the long run. The key factor in regulating and overcoming fears is regulating the breath.

In transformative breathwork, breathing techniques are introduced and taught as tools for regulating fears, traumatic experiences, and other emotional extreme states.

During the Breathwork Journeys, the exercises are tailored to the specific issues to be addressed, and their use is trained.


Oxygen Advantage Invincible Breathing™

It’s unfortunately true for many people: without a compelling reason, they often don’t fully tap into their potential throughout their lives.

The Oxygen Advantage™ method focuses on utilizing the breath in a unique way to enhance physical performance and resilience.

In addition to benefiting athletes and other individuals exposed to high physical demands, the Oxygen Advantage™ method can also be helpful for chronic respiratory issues such as snoring and exercise-induced asthma.

Frequently asked questions

What does the Wim Hof Method offer?

The Wim Hof Method is a simple technique that can influence mental and physical health in a short time. The method is built on three pillars: commitment, breathing, and cold exposure. When applied regularly, the method can enhance health, general well-being, and energy levels.

What is transformative breathing?

Transformative breathing journeys describe a broad field of various breathing techniques. They range from creating new perspectives, enhancing performance, clarifying self-determination, to resolving emotional blockages and aiding with anxiety, stress, overwhelm, burnout, depression, and illnesses.

Who is the Wim Hof Method not suitable for?

The Wim Hof Method can be practiced by any healthy individual.

In cases of severe illness or personal concerns, a doctor should be consulted.

I advise against practicing the Wim Hof Method if you have heart issues (e.g., angina pectoris, panic attacks), high blood pressure (>160 mmHg), and/or kidney problems, asthma, angina pectoris, epilepsy, cold urticaria, Raynaud’s Syndrome Type 2, or if you are taking strong medications. Individuals with migraines should be cautious when starting with ice baths and should begin with cold showers initially.

The Wim Hof breathing should not be practiced during pregnancy.

Who is Breathwork not suitable for?

Breathwork has a strong activating effect on the nervous and hormonal systems and is an intense physical and emotional experience. Therefore, breathwork is not equally recommended for everyone.

Consultation with a doctor and the facilitator is advised for the following health conditions:

  • Pregnancy
  • Asthma – mild or moderate
  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Previous surgeries or physical injuries
  • Thyroid disease
  • Diabetes
  • Past seizures
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or psychiatric condition
  • Active use of recreational drugs or medications altering brain chemistry – painkillers, antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, stimulants, hallucinogens, etc.
  • Recent surgeries or recent physical injuries (consult your treating physician)

Breathwork should not be practiced with:

  • Cardiovascular diseases (Angina pectoris, previous heart attacks or strokes)
  • Detached retina
  • Glaucoma
  • Brain or abdominal aneurysm
  • Kidney disease
  • Severe asthma
  • Epilepsy
  • Any other medical, physical, or psychiatric condition that impairs or would affect the ability for deep physical and emotional relaxation.
Can you learn proper breathing?

The simple answer is: Yes. It’s never too late to focus on your own breathing and learn functional breathing patterns. The path to this is simple but requires commitment and regular practice. A good starting point is to pay attention to continuous nasal breathing.