"In the jungles of Costa Rica, I discovered the power of combining movement and breath. Since then, I'm passionate about sharing that knowledge and helping others achieve their full potential." - Patrick Charron

Name: Patrick Charron
Nickname: Peacewolf
Location: Montreal, QC, Canada



Patrick’s life took a major direction change when he discovered Muay Thai in 2001. Martial arts led to meditation, which led to the powerful discovery of combining movement and breath to create a powerful state known as Flow.

In 2013, while living in Costa Rica, Patrick began to work on the FLŌ TRIBE project, wanting to share his own knowledge, while connecting with fellow knowledgists who shared his passion for movement, breath and positive change.

Striking/Muay Thai

“Not all movement styles are created equal. Martial Arts training awakens a primal part of the mind, in a way that very few things can.”

Patrick is a certified instructor in Muay Thai and MMA Striking. He also has experience in boxing,
Taekwondo and grappling arts.

To train with Patrick in Martial Arts, click here.

Movement/Fitness

“I believe in using the body to empower and take control of the mind. The more intense and powerful the movement is, the greater the experience will be.”

Patrick has explored a variety of movement styles, including martial arts, parkour, yoga, primal movement and different sports. He often uses a blend of martial arts and functional fitness training to get the best results for his himself and his clients

To book a training session with Patrick, click here.

Breath Training

“We are neurochemical machines, and by combining movement and breath, we can take control of that machine are harness its full potential.”

Patrick will help you learn and integrate a FLŌ TRIBE Breath Training protocol into your training program to help you enhance your performance and achieve amazing results.

To get started your, try the FREE FLŌ TRIBE Breath Training course. Click here to find out more.

The Power of the Breath-Brain Connection

Why do we breathe? The obvious answer is to get the oxygen we need to survive, and to get rid of the carbon dioxide that builds up in our body. The deeper the breath, the more oxygen we get. So there’s one good reason to train and improve your breathing. But there’s...

Contact Patrick

Patrick is available for classes, private training, workshops and retreats. To contact him, fill out the form below: