Winter Outdoor Swimming by Lucy

 January 02, 2022 Winter Swimming Temperatures in my local river in December to March can often be below 5oC. In Open Water Swimming circles below 5oC is classed as ice swimming, and can be considered an extreme sport. Swimming in winter should be considered carefully, with thought being given to location, air and water temperatures, river […]

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Young People’s Mental Health Week by Kay Turner

Its Children’s Mental Health Week and here at The Acorn we are committed to supporting everyone on their journey. Are you or is someone in your home experiencing extreme hopelessness, anxiety, depression, anger, meltdowns? Yes?  Try this Young People’s Mental Health SOS exercise, designed to bring the body, mind and nervous system into containment and […]

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The power of the Moon by Kay Turner

Are you a luna-tic and luna-lover?  Many of us at The Acorn are.  If you are not – read on with curiosity and see if this resonates. The root of the word lunacy is ‘lunaticus’ (Latin) which translates as ‘moonstruck’ and there is clear evidence to show that in addition to influencing the water on […]

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Cutting cords with 2020 and creating new visions for 2021

Cutting the cords with 2020 and Visioning 2021 with the first New Moon of the year.   Is it time for you to reset, reclaim and reinvest your energy?   Read on as these two rituals, which are accompanied by a short video will support you to do this by harnessing of the energy and […]

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