Recharge with a Sunrise Swim
One Event Every Month
6 am (or earlier )– 9:30 am
Join us at the Red Beach Hut for early morning swims and breakfast in the hut. Awaken your whole body with a sunrise swim at Walton On-the-Naze. This early morning swim offers so many mood-boosting benefits.
Connect with others, your inner self and discover your ability to feel joy at any moment during this early morning swim session. Feel the cold water rejuvenate your body, mind ans soul.
We can get so caught up in the busyness of our lives or caught up in the blows that life has dealt us that we forget to allow ourselves to have fun. These swims will help you to take time for yourself. No matter what is happening in your life, use this time to connect with others and to connect with your inner self.
You may be pleasantly surprised about what you find inside, and your ability to feel happy at any moment. And you just might make some new friends. ❤️
Why mindful swimming?
The benefits of open water swimming is well documented. You can read more about how sea swimming helps mental wellness in this article. Take part and learn more about the practice so you can do more open water swimming when you are on your own.
When do the mindful swims take place?
The sunrise swims take place Once a month. These are ticketed events and can book your ticket on this page. Dates and times will vary in order to swim when the tide is appropriate for swimming!
What time of day do the swims start?
How long are the swims?
We will enjoy a cold water swim in the sea just by the hut. We only stay in for a maximum of 10 minutes. I usually last 5! You can just dip your toes in the first time or watch. No pressure. Just ebing there is fun.
Who are the mindful swims suited to?
The swims are suited to everyone. It’s about taking in the moment, not being an experienced swimmer. I just float!
What happens after mindful swims?
After our swim, we will retreat to The Red Beach Hut, a cosy base to come back to, ready with hot drinks, a delicious breakfast to refuel our bodies after the swim and a wonderful view ❤️