Current Tours and Clinics: 

Tennessee USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Arno Ilgner

Missouri USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Jon Richard

Arizona USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Laura Sabourin

Las Vegas, NV USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Tracy Martin or Elaina Arenz

Colorado USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Jes Meiris

Texas USA: with Warrior’s Way trainer Adam Mitchell

Title: The Warrior’s Way Falling and Commitment Clinic

Clinic Description: This clinic addresses the fear of falling and helps you to improve commitment. We’ll practice falling, movement, and resting exercises and apply all learned skills to a challenging route. We’ll do this in small increments creating appropriate progressions for each individual student.Ingravita-1 You’ll leave with a structured method for taking appropriate risks with diminished fear.

You’ll learn:

  • To fall safely
  • To give a cushioned belay
  • To distinguish between no- and yes-fall zones
  • How to engage no- and yes-fall zones
  • To break a climb into smaller risk events
  • Better risk assessment
  • How to rest effectively
  • To improve breathing
  • To trust the body
  • To create flow and momentum
  • To commit more deliberately
  • To reduce fear


  • Minimum 6 months climbing experience
  • Climb a minimum of 5.9 in the gym without falling or hanging
  • Being able to lead climb is not required, however, if students want to lead during the clinic they must get lead certified at the gym PRIOR to the clinic date.

Ingravita-3Suggested Preparation:
Read Espresso Lessons with emphasis on Preparation and Action Chapters, and the exercises in the Appendix for these chapters.

Equipment: Bring usual climbing equipment plus rope and draws if the gym doesn’t provide them. A helmet is also recommended but not required.

Investment: The cost for each clinic varies based on the hosting gym. Below are approximate costs.

  • $99 gym members / $119 non-gym members
  • Space limited to 4 or 6 depending on the location


Student Comments:


“Want to be a better climber? Definitely this will take you to the next level.” –Melissa (The Crag, Nashville, TN)

“It’s great refocusing of skills after taking a long time off from climbing.” –Chris (The Crag, Nashville, TN)

“This was definitely the most beneficial 3-4 hours I’ve spent in a climbing gym in 2+ years. We’ll be able to apply what we’ve learned to be more deliberate in training going forward.”  –Brian (The Crag, Nashville, TN)


This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. I would like to ask is you teach any of the seminar in Us in may.Because I would like to take it, I will be there and I lost the seminar in Chile

  2. Hi! Anyway we can get a class going in Utah?!

  3. Hi Matt, working on it. Are you on our eList? That’s the best way to stay updated for future events. Also get free weekly training tips. a

  4. Any chance of a clinic in the Northeast or Ontario / Quebec sometime soon? I was disappointed when the class in Las Vegas was cancelled in April, and I would still like to get over my fear of falling on lead.

  5. Hi Anneh, We had a clinic in Boston in July; no plans rest of this year for the Northeast. One option is to do individual training with one of our trainers, so you don’t have to wait for a scheduled group clinic. In other words, if you’re planning to go to Las Vegas, or somewhere where there is a ww trainer, then you can arranged training with him/her ahead of time.
    We’re working on offering training in more locations, so stay tuned. Thanks for your interest in ww.

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