Geneva and Leysin, Switzerland
Helping you transform your mind and body so you ‘Cant Be Beat’!
Allan Cant is a Level 1 Wim Hof Method (WHM) Instructor with over 30 years experience teaching physical education. In 2015, Allan had an accident which damaged his back and he was unable to work for 5 months. After watching the Vice Documentary, Allan started practicing the WHM and has done so ever since. The WHM helped Allan avoid surgery, promote recovery, increase his physical strength and enhanced his mental focus. In February 2019, Allan featured on a Swiss television program ‘36.9: Cryothérapie et Plongée en Eau Froide’ and his story was used as a testimony for the WHM.
Allan has a Masters in Sports Administration and Technology from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and he has a particular interest in the science behind the WHM. Allan fully understands and believes in the WHM and his goal is to share the method with as many people as possible.
As an athlete, Allan has played junior international basketball and senior international rugby. Allan coached the Swiss international rugby 7s team for 10 years and he was the physical trainer for a Swiss Olympic ski cross athlete. Allan also taught his mother how to drive and despite all his achievements in sport, he believes this was one of his biggest achievements!
When teaching the WHM Allan creates a fun, exciting and most importantly a caring environment with particular attention on finding the most appropriate teaching style for his students. Allan has maintained a First Aid Instructor Qualification for the last 15 years, so rest assured you will be in safe hands.
Allan has a home in Geneva and Leysin in the Swiss Alps. Appropriately Leysin's logo is ‘Oxygen des Alpes’ and with Allan's local knowledge, he will teach you in some inspiring locations, even in a secret military bunker! Unique locations for a unique method!
Allan looks forward to delivering WHM fundamental workshops, 1 on 1 coaching, retreats and motivational speaking in both English and French. As Wim would say, ‘let’s do it!’