And you thought your school showers were cold! Screaming Siberian children are forced to take off their underwear and throw buckets of ICE WATER on them as part of the curriculum, believing it will ward off infection
- Five- and six-year-olds dive into icy water in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia
- Most parents give their children permission to attend on a daily basis
- The teachers argue that the cold showers make the children less sick
- They also say that it makes the children “more sensible, more balanced – and more optimistic”.
Children in a Siberian kindergarten take off their underwear and pour a bucket of ice water over themselves as part of the curriculum.
State Kindergarten No. 317 in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, is believed to keep them healthy and stop infections.
The children shower cold every day after a hot sauna, as long as the temperature is not below 25 ° C.
A video shows the children immersing themselves in the cold in kindergarten – also known as Sibiryachok or Little Siberian.
Children at 317 State Kindergarten in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, pour ice water over themselves to celebrate the Orthodox Revelation
Kindergarten teachers pour themselves with ice-cold water in Siberia, Russia. The process is believed to keep the teenagers healthy and fight off infections
A boy pours himself over ice-cold water in Siberia, Russia. Preschool teacher Oksana Kabotko said that most of the parents give their permission for the cold shower
“The little walruses warmed up in the sauna and went outside to take a traditional cold shower,” said a spokesman for the Krasnoyarsk Education Department.
The preschool teacher and swimming trainer Oksana Kabotko, 45, said: “The children shower ice-cold if it is not colder than minus 25 ° C.”
Most parents give their permission for the cold shower, which they claim will result in fewer school days in a typical year.
The youngsters are also taught breathing exercises for the deep cold.
“The kids who have ice showers are also more sensible, balanced, and optimistic.
A teenager immerses himself in freezing cold water in Siberia, Russia. The children are taught breathing exercises for the deep cold
According to the teachers of the school in Siberia, the parti