Welcome to LIVE LOVELEE, a medley of therapeutic arts, a potent set of simple practices that synergistically join to support a good life and a healthy world.
I invite you to dig deeper into who you are, why you are here, and to grow your greatest service.
The Live Lovelee lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. The practices offered here are very simple but they are often not easy. Live Lovelee is a ‘back to nature’ based offering for you to do your deepest work while supported in a safe container.
Together we can meet ourselves in a new way and shift the tide towards a wonderful world.
Let the transformation begin!
Deepen Body/Heart/Mind Relationship
Empower your physiology
Refine your focus
25x Guinness World Record holder Wim Hof is rewriting the textbooks on biology and reshaping the way healthcare views the potential of our physiology.
What Wim is capable of was long viewed as scientifically impossible. After running several tests they couldn’t deny that Wim is able to voluntarily influence the Autonomic Nervous System. Something which up until then was thought impossible.
– Wim Hof
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Boost Your Immune System
Improve Mental Health
Gain More Energy
Get Better Sleep
Deal with Depression
The cold is your warm friend and one of the three pillars of the Wim Hof Method. Proper exposure to the cold starts a cascade of health benefits, including the buildup of brown adipose tissue and resultant fat loss, reduced inflammation that facilitates a fortified immune system, balanced hormone levels, improved sleep quality, and the production of endorphins— the feel-good chemicals in the brain that naturally elevate your mood.
The second pillar of the Wim Hof Method is breathing. We’re always breathing, yet we’re mostly unaware of its tremendous potential. Heightened oxygen levels hold a treasure trove of benefits, and the specialized breathing technique of the Wim Hof Method unearths them all: more energy, reduced stress levels, and an augmented immune response that swiftly deals with pathogens.
Melissa Monte interviews Elizabeth Lee (woman of the Wim Hof Method)