Happy World Bathing Day 2023
World Bathing Day
On June 22, people around the planet are invited to celebrate humanity’s common connection to water through the practice of bathing. The simple act of immersing oneself in water has the power to break down barriers between people of different backgrounds and to bring communities closer together. At this time of change and disruption, bathing reminds us of the interconnections between the wellbeing of our communities and the wellbeing of our planet.
In 2022, 17 counties were represented in the fifth World Bathing Day celebration
2022 World bathing day
Check out the official World Bathing Day 2022 posters featuring images shared by participants from 17 countries, and the Global Sound Bath video compilation with musical artists performing at their local bathing places. A fantastic celebration of ‘Healing Together’!
How to get involved
Everyone can get involved, whether you love bathing or even if you operate a bathing facility
Since its inception in 2018, thousands of people have gathered to shine a spotlight on the vital importance of humanity’s interdependent relationship with water for wellbeing, community and culture. We have had participants engaging from all over the world, including: New Zealand, Iran, Iceland, Japan, Serbia, Fiji, England, Sweden, France, the USA, Scotland, Croatia, Norway, Brazil, Slovenia, Switzerland, Greece, Indonesia, Finland, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Russia, India, United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia.
On the 22 June 2022, we will again be inviting individuals and bathing facilities to post bathing images on social media with the hashtag #worldbathingday, and for the second year we are inviting bathing venues to join our “Global Sound Bath”, a musical showcase featuring musical artists across the globe.
Working together to make a difference
World Bathing Day's development is being nurtured by a diverse range of bathing organisations around the planet.
Here are some of our partners: