Wild swimmers Q & A — more than swim

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 7

Posted by Sandra Palmer on

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming.  Blog #7 Cheryl J Muir who is pictured wearing the Snake print swimsuit.     1. First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? After wild swimming I feel energized, alive and lit up. During the swim I feel very grounded and connected to nature. It’s very calming for the mind. I find that even if it’s an early swim and I’m driving up to the lake at 7am feeling a little tired, I always feel incredible afterwards. It’s a guaranteed mood-lifter!  2....

Read more →


Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 6

Posted by Sandra Palmer on

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming.  Blog #6 Ann Storr   Today's blog post was written by the lovely Ann Storr a freelance brand storyteller, food waste and sustainability expert. StorrCupboard is Ann’s food waste project, featured in national and international media including the London Evening Standard, The Guardian & BBC Earth’s ‘Regeneration’. An experienced public speaker and panel member, Ann’s work at the intersection of sustainability and food poverty provides the opportunity to raise new insights and drive discussion. As a Storyteller, Ann’s deep experience in psychology and interviewing enables Ann to dig deep and uncover her client’s motivations and...

Read more →


Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 4

Posted by Sandra Palmer on

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog #4 Pippa Best who is pictured wearing the Sea turtle print swimsuit    1. First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? Wild swimming always transforms how I feel - even on the coldest rainiest of days. The water washes away my doubts and criticism, and quiets my nagging mind - my swim is both my daily moving meditation and my self-compassion practice. Every morning, I leave the water a different person: braver, stronger, more focused, more in tune with...

Read more →


Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #Blog 3.

Posted by Sandra Palmer on

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog #3 Lydia Paleschi @lydiapaleschi as seen wearing the Snake skin print swimsuit. Photography by @flyingcloud_max         First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? For me, wild swimming is a way to keep myself grounded and connected to the real world. You’d be amazed how a ten minute swim in the sea can transform your mindset, making you feel invigorated yet calmer. As cliche as it sounds, it really does feel like you’re hitting the reset button at the end...

Read more →


Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #Blog 1.

Posted by Sandra Palmer on

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog 1# Anna James. @calmcavecreations (As seen wearing the Sea turtle print swimsuit and face mask)  Hello, this is the first of a personal blog with Q & A’s with ‘Wild swimmer’s’ 1. First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? Wild swimming is so much more than just getting wet. For me it’s a connection to nature. It’s soaking up the minerals and natural nutrients. It’s watching a glorious kingfisher fly just above my head. It’s the baby fish pecking at your feet and...

Read more →