Freediving in many respects is underwater yoga, but we believe Yoga is a lifestyle, not the physical execution of postures. Many people study Pranayama yoga techniques specifically for freediving (Wim Hoff comes from this).
“Over ten years I have explored my physical ability as a freediver. Training my body to be perfectly prepared for record-breaking dives. Only to realise, that it’s not about my body. My deepest dives, my longest breath-holds are all successes purely of the mind.
You are most powerful when you are not contemplating past successes or failures, future fears or hopes. None of these are real. The only real thing is right now. Now. Now. And every now becomes a then and you have to train hard to be present. I have learnt that when I am only here, only now, I can do anything, overcome anything.” Hanli
We advocate a slow progression approach to freediving, where you explore your limitations and capabilities under the expert eye of top certified freediving instructors. Each day should start or end with a yoga session to prepare your lungs and body for deep breaths and time underwater, learning to control your breathing and to slow your heart-rate. We recommend breath-hold training on land, in water, as well as deep diving sessions along a rope to prepare you for meeting sea animals. As world-class freedivers we inspire you to explore your own depths!
Let us guide you through some breath work sessions that can allay your fears in the water, help you stay longer and enjoy freediving more.
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