Freediver Course - Tide to Table Package - August 2019
In this course you will be taught the fundamental building blocks of Freediving. You will learn freediving skills and techniques and experience first hand how these will benefit you within an aquatic environment.
You will learn about the physics and physiology of freediving and how your body adapts to being at depth. The PFI Freediver course will allow you to reach depths of up to 20m/66' deep during open water sessions.
In confined water sessions the PFI Freediver course will also have you explore and practice Static Apnea with the goal of increasing your breath-hold capabilities and learning to better manage your body for freediving.
Focus of instructional material in the PFI Freediver course will be on:
- Proper safety practices and procedures as well as rescue and risk management
- Proper Surface prep and Recovery Breathing Techniques for Freediving and Snorkelling
- Open-water and Confined-water skills development. Take what you learn in the classroom to the pool, and from the pool to the ocean. Learn and improve proper freediving techniques and skills, including, but not limited to: safety procedures, breathing techniques, entry techniques, constant weight and free immersion techniques, equalization techniques, emergency procedures ...
- Learn about proper freediving equipment: why it works and how to maintain it.
Also available is the Freedive Harvesting Course. This course bridges the gap for the 'certified freediver' allowing you to grow as a safe and competent freediver, adapting to safe, efficient and conscientious Freedive-Harvesting and Spearfishing methods and practices. Combine this harvesting course with your Freediver Course to create the ultimate Tide to Table Experience.
All Course and Package instruction and activity will occur at or depart from Tofino Resort + Marina via TRM’s Sprinter Van or by Boat. To make your course and stay easy, comfortable and convenient if you’re in need of accommodation, follow this link to see what is available on site during the period of your course.
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