Monday Night Breathwork

A super chilled, safe and fun experience - a perfect introduction into Breathwork!

Working with the breath is transformative. We has the power to change our state of being - both physical and mental - through the simple practice of guided breathing.

Benefits include:

  • Alleviating anxiety and depression
  • Boosting immunity
  • Increasing cardiovascular health
  • Suppressing the stress-response
  • Alleviating chronic pain and inflammation
  • Increasing clarity, focus & intuition
  • Promoting better sleep
  • Aiding meditation and mindfulness
  • Balancing emotion and psychological energy

Join Gus for an empowering breathwork practice specially tailored for Monday evenings. Finish feeling healthier, happier, lighter and with more clarity than when you first began.

Your host will be Breath and Ice's founder Gus Hoyt, an oxygen advantage instructor who also specialises in Wim Hof Fundamental workshops. Gus has all the knowledge you'll need and more to guide you along your journey.

Explore and uncover the different benefits of conscious breathwork. No previous experience is required. This is a space for you to grow individually and together as a group. Connect with yourself and your body on a deeper level than you ever imagined possible, through guided breathing exercises. If this practice has the power to support people plunging their bodies into ice-cold, freezing water - you know it must be doing something right!

At some points, you may feel a little lightheaded, 'tingly', hot or cold during the experience. You may experience strong emotional responses. This is perfectly normal and something worth acknowledging and embracing - it's all part of a journey to connect with yourself on a more spiritual level. Discover the wonders of breathwork, learn how to put all your new knowledge into practise and witness its positive impact on your life.

Please note: read the preparation and safety notes before signing up.

Minimum fitness level required.

Age restrictions: 18+

Adult £11
Child Free

What people are saying

I W
Nov 2022

The class was excellent-very ably conducted by an expert in breath work, with wonderful, lasting ...

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Claudia S
Nov 2022

Amazing experience! Would recommend to everyone, as it leaves you feeling present into your body ...

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Becky Eastwood
Sep 2022

This was such a great experience. Gus was so welcoming and I felt very calm after his breathwork ...

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Glyn Roberts
Sep 2022

Pretty much a full hour of guided breath work. Lovely way to spend a Monday evening.

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How to get there

Facilities

  • Refreshments available
  • Toilets
  • WiFi

COVID-19 guidelines

Please adhere to government guidelines but also common sense - we are offering a safe space so if you think you are ill, take a test. Cheers.

On the day

  • Arrive before the session begins at 18:00
  • Wear loose-fitting, comfortable, warm clothes
  • Please don't drink caffeine/eat a large meal within three hours of this workshop
  • Please consult a doctor/medical professional if any of the following applies: recent heart/major surgery, family history of angina/cardiovascular diseases, pregnancy, medication for blood pressure, history of severe panic attacks/psychosis/mental illness. If you suffer from epilepsy this practice is unsuitable

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 1 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 1 days before your experience.
Please note that this refund policy does not apply to gift bookings. You may reschedule your gift if outside the time period stated above. However, all gifts are non-refundable and expire exactly 1 year after the date of purchase.

You'll be hosted by

Gus Hoyt

Gus is a Level 2 Wim Hof instructor, functional breathwork coach and free-diver. He works closely with people to help tackle their anxiety, recover from illness and reach peak sports performance.

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