Foraging & Fortitude: Men’s Ocean Training

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Led by Jayson Byles; expert seaweed forager, cultivator of edible gardens and founder of East Neuk Seaweed. Jayson is a chef and a lifelong forager who has many years experience gathering, growing and cooking simple but delicious food. This whole day workshop will enable you to learn from Jayson how to respectfully, safely and sustainably identify, forage and store small harvests for use in your daily life. After a foray in the intertidal, you will enjoy a fireside cook-up on the beach (weather-permitting) and then participate in a hands-on seaweed cookery masterclass in the beautiful Bowhouse hub nearby.


Led by Drew Smithsimmons; expert psychological therapist, cold water exposure coach and founder of Cold Water Training. Drew will provide you with a safe introduction to cold exposure training without wetsuits in the North Sea. Having rewarmed around the fire, you will then talk through with Drew how to fortify yourself for the cold, and its health benefits, while he demonstrates immersion in a sub-5 degree ice bath back at Bowhouse.

Tickets must be booked in advance through the link below.

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