We regularly run open water training sessions, coached pool sessions and coached open water sessions to help improve your freediving. However, we are also very flexible in our approach to work with you to achieve your aquatic goals – whether that be to be more comfortable snorkelling, or to compete at the highest levels of competitive freediving. So get in touch today to find out how we can provide a personalised training programme to help you meet your goals. Most training sessions are run in South East Queensland, however we occasionally run trips elsewhere.
Feel like your progress has stagnated or that your freediving isn’t improving as fast as it could be? Do you want to use your time more effectively and get more out of your training? Our team of accomplished instructors is ready to give you a personalised training schedule, that is tailored to your level and your goals. The training programmes are designed to suit your lifestyle and can include for example, dry training for breath-hold, flexibility and strength, pool training, and equalisation, depending on your specific goals and the time and equipment/facilities you have available to you. Click here to get started!
- Group training (maximum of 4 participants per float)
- Each participant must be a certified freediver and provide competent safety for training buddies
- Bring your own buddy or we will pair you with a suitable buddy
- Boat transport to dive sites
- Includes use of float and rope set-up which will be set up by qualified instructor
- Duration: approx. 2 hours (check event details)
Coached pool session
- One on one session with a qualified and experienced instructor (or enquire about group coaching)
- Duration: 2 hours (max. 90 min in water, rest of time discussing session goals on land)
Coached depth session
- Have one of our qualified and experienced instructors coach you during a depth training session
- Get individualised feedback on your performance and work on key areas that you’d like to improve
- Duration approx. 2 hours
- Includes boat charter and use of float & line set-up