Learn to Freedive

We offer a number of Freediving courses to teach you how to Freedive:

Option1: Certified Courses

SSI L1 Freediving Course

The SSI Level 1 Freediving course is an introduction to the purest form of diving. Here you will learn the proper breathing techniques, familiarize yourself with diaphragm breathing and take a deep breath like you never have before. In the SSI level 1 Freediving course you acquire the proper skills and knowledge to partake in Freediving to depths up to 20mtrs.

The course includes:

  • 2 theory sessions to understand the freediving physiology, safety aspects pressure related issues.
  • 1 breathing and dry breath holding session to learn breathing, relaxation and to experience the sensations associated with the urge to breathe.
  • 2 confined water sessions to teach finning technique and safety procedures and all skills that will be required during the OW session.
  • 2 open water sessions to practice duck diving, body positioning, streamlining with the purpose to allow the student to Freedive safely to a depth of 10/20 meters.

Prerequisites:

  • Be 18 years of age or older (14 years with parent or guardian consent).
  • Be able to swim at least 200m non-stops without fins.

Duration:

  • 2 days

 

Option2: Non-Certified Courses

 

Freediving Course

Our Freediving courses are 1.5 days and are similar to our Certified courses, just not as in-depth and the study material is different.

The course includes:

  • 1 theory sessions to understand the freediving physiology, safety aspects pressure related issues.
  • 1 breathing and dry breath holding session to learn breathing, relaxation and to experience the sensations associated with the urge to breathe.
  • 1 confined water session to teach finning technique and safety procedures and all skills that will be required during the OW session.
  • 1 open water sessions to practice duck diving, body positioning, streamlining with the purpose to allow the student to Freedive safely to a depth of 8-15 meters.

Prerequisites:

  • Be 18 years of age or older (14 years with parent or guardian consent).
  • Be able to swim at least 200m non-stops without fins.