Winter is here, our naturist life isn’t over. Naturism in winter! Really? Yes, you can! You can do it!
Being human is first to remember that the human remains an adaptable animal to the wilderness. In winter, it seems tough, but our body is designed for that! Feeling the cold on your skin is quite bearable. The body adjusts to the cold. Shivering is a normal reaction to cold that actually helps burning calories.
But why being naked in winter? It might seem paradoxical to get unclothed in winter. Let me give you three reasons for us, naturists:
- To appreciate and feel the perfection of our body.
- To continue promoting naturism.
- Because we are naturists who simply enjoy being naked.
So how do we live a naturist winter and survive this cold season?
Winter naturism can just remain in the cocoon of our own home. Enjoying the comfort \while pursuing this pleasure of well-being. That’s great to not totally stop this naturist lifestyle. Rather than setting the heater at 80°F, a bathrobe, blanket or plaid can help manage the fresh air. We quickly realize that the cold doesn’t come from the modest part of our body, but more from the ends that are not always protected.
Try! Say naked after the shower, then stay naked longer and longer. Enjoy a breakfast, naked, starting from the rest days and lengthening on the weekdays, before going to work. What a good feeling! Find a moment to relax by undressing after a hard day’s work or effort.
In winter, naturists can also share indoor activities, naturist pool, yoga, club events such as bowling, restaurants… These activities allow to keep the social link between practitioners and to continue the openness of naturist freedom. It is important to contribute in a naturism socialization mindset. The more successful these activities are, the more naturism will be socially accepted.
Some saunas and spas can accept naturists. A great way to spend a full nude relaxing time!
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 16 January, 2021
Posted on NatCorn 26th January 2021
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