WILD CAPTIVES ARCHERY
Wild Captives makes archery an accessible sport that nearly anyone, anywhere can participate in. Whether practiced indoors or out, competitively or socially, archery gets you active, outside, and in a better state of mind. In addition to physical benefits like improved core strength, hand-eye coordination, posture and balance, archery can significantly improve mental health through:
Archers learn to tune out distractions, stay present , and consistently enter a flow-state. Simply draw your bow, breathe, and let everything else fade into the background.
Holding a bow feels instantly powerful and that feeling of competence only deepens and steadies with practice. The self discipline forged in archery flows into all areas of life.
Success in the sport of archery is heavily reliant upon one's ability to focus on a singular task. Staying calm and accurate under pressure is an ability that archers develop by managing their breathing, concentration and tension.
Releasing an arrow, watching it fly, having it hit a target, and calibrating what adjustments to make on each draw of the bow is an iterative, satisfying, relaxing experience.