Luisa Bradshaw-White practices cold water therapy
- Bang Showbiz
- 6 April 2021
Former 'EastEnders' actress Luisa Bradshaw-White has been practicing cold water therapy for the last six months, including pouring buckets of ice cold water over herself in the winter
Luisa Bradshaw-White has been practicing cold water therapy for the last six months.
The former 'EastEnders' actress enjoys pouring buckets of ice cold water over herself and swimming in freezing cold waters, even in winter time, because it leaves her feeling "exhilarated".
She wrote on Instagram: "Cold water therapy. Yesterday swimming in a freezing cold lake. Today pouring buckets and watering cans of ice cold water over me! It feels so exhilarating after. I have been doing this for about 6 months now! All thru the winter... anyone wanna be my buddy?? (sic)"
Luisa's former 'EastEnders' co-star Jasmine Armfield (Bex Fowler) is also a big fan of covering herself in freezing cold water.
She wrote: "I LOVE COLD SHOWERS!!! (sic)"
Luisa bowed out of the BBC One soap over the festive period after seven years, when her character Tina Carter was killed by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith).
Some fans refused to believe Tina had actually met her maker and sparked speculation she may return at some point – but Luisa recently rubbished such suggestions.
She wrote on Instagram: "Worked with a complete icon today! Bum cheeks firmly clenched! Def needing the tequila tonight! @aquarivatequila
"Love my new life. Oh and those people banging on about me going back to EastEnders sorry guys wrong channel. (sic)"
Since then, the former 'Bad Girls' star appeared on ITV's 'All Star Musicals' last month.
She wrote: "Today is the big day! #allstarmusicals. I am so excited! Steamer..check tequila... check (sic)"
Following Tina's exit, Luisa admitted it was "bittersweet" departing 'EastEnders'.
She said: "It's a little bit bittersweet because Tina is a character I have invested a lot in and a character that I really love, so to see that end is quite sad.
"When you do an acting job you usually know the ending, this is the only job where you don't really know the ending, it's quite a strange experience."