Freediving is an age-old practice of exploring the ocean on one breath – often called APNEA. With its roots in subsistence living off the sea, freediving is today a competitive sport with disciplines, competitions and records. But in essence it is just the act of holding your breath underwater.
Freediving is a potentially risky sport that when practiced responsibly is not dangerous at all. We recommend a conservative slow progression approach to freediving, where you explore your limitations and capabilities under the expert eye of a freediving instructor. The biggest risk in freediving is practicing alone, something we remind any diver never to do. Part of any course should be safety, risk and rescue training. NEVER DIVE ALONE.