Adventures as key to mental health “I was at rock bottom - Nature literally saved my life”

Isaac Kenyon


I had suicidal thoughts, and nature saved me

Isaac Kenyon, a resilient British explorer and endurance athlete, has conquered incredible feats in both land and sea. From swimming across the English Channel to rowing across vast oceans, he has proven his physical prowess. However, his remarkable journey extends beyond mere athleticism, as Kenyon has faced and triumphed over mental health challenges. Enduring a difficult period marked by devastating thoughts and stress symptoms, he found solace in a life-changing walk that immersed him in nature. This transformative experience became a turning point, leading him towards happiness and a renewed sense of well-being.

Isaac is also the Co-Founder of Climate Explorers, a Community Interest Company on a mission to highlight climate solutions, raise environmental awareness and promote physical and mental wellbeing through eco-adventures in the great outdoors.

Isaac has been guests on our Podcast "Art of Adventuring"

About Isaac

Isaac is a British explorer, endurance, and advocate for mental health and environmental protection.

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