Wild Wellness is just what you need

Let go of modern life stresses and delve into Wild Wellness, a merging of medical professionals, decades of experience and global thought leaders delivered through retreats and online courses, launching this August nationally in Tasmania’s wilderness.

Wild Wellness delivers a fresh, science-backed approach featuring Wim Hof Method ocean plunges, doctor-led sessions beneath the stars, powerful journaling, guided breathwork and more. All from the wilderness of Tasmania. Alternatively, online courses provide an opportunity to access the method from one’s pocket.

This wellness blueprint is the product of founder Alice Hansen’s 20-year struggle to find good help; a journey stretching from downtown Hobart to Colorado, USA. It’s transformative capability is grounded in relationships spanning Australian not-for-profit organisation, Hello Sunday Morning and US-based This Naked Mind through to Europe’s Wim Hof Method. Its team includes a doctor, psychologist, NLP practitioner, personal trainer, yoga instructor and nutritionist.

Sunset at Cape Pillar Lodge – Three Capes Lodge Walk. Credit: Luke Tscharke

There are two Wild Wellness pathways; the first for those seeking to optimise general well-being through a holistic approach, the second, for those keen to shift their relationship with alcohol. Wild Wellness provides specific tools, including a 30-day meal plan specific to nutrients a drinker needs to replenish. It’s not a ‘few day fix’ but a lasting recalibration.

“Wild Wellness is truly a unique and innovative approach for Australian mental health,” says Dr. Chris Davis, GP and founder of the Clean Slate Clinic. “I consult with patients every day who would benefit from holistic skills offered by the retreat. I am excited to be visiting Tasmania and being part of the program at The Cove in September.”

With plans to expand nationally, the first Wild Wellness experience launches in partnership with the award-winning Tasmanian Walking Company, this August. The Three Capes Wild Wellness Walk combines cliff-hugging nature, Wim Hof dips with a qualified practitioner, fireside journaling and meditation among towering Eucalypts.

For more information visit: www.wildwellnessmethod.com

Kate Webster is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself, but the world around her. An editor and travel journalist, Kate travels the globe in search of vivid imagery and compelling stories that capture the essence of the people and places she visits. She is a passionate conservation advocate, sustainable traveller and always travels with reason and cause.

kate@capturedtravel.com