Being a freediver means that you need to continue to improve your freediving skills in between courses, not just within the courses themselves. Don’t forget, true understanding and mastery of freediving requires focus, practice and training.
Training in-between courses is important to improve and maintain a wide variety of freediving skills: Training duck dive, depth, dive time, turn technique, Frenzel, mouthfill, Free Immersion (FIM), Constant Weight (CWT), Constant Weight with Bifins (CWTB), Constant Weight No Fins (CNF), and Functional Residual Capacity (FRC).
Freediving training in the pool is a powerful practice to enhance your abilities in breath hold and technique.
We can work on Static or your technique for Dynamic (DYN), Dynamic with Bifins (DYNB), and Dynamic No Fins (DNF) and take home some training routines.
True mastery of freediving requires consistent focus, practice, and training to finesse technique, physical capacity, and mental capacity. Regular training allows you to achieve this and to become a strong and efficient freediver with a high level of internal awareness with a deeper state of relaxation.
One training doesn’t fit all!
Our Yoga therapeutic specialist will be able to assess your body and provide the best exercises for you.
If you are beginner, we will explain the basic theory and the concept of equalization. If you have started your freediving journey but equalization is stopping you from progressing, we will help you to disengage the Valsalva.
Learn to master deep equalization and the utilization of nose clip/fluid goggles. This course is for divers who want to go below 35 m