1 DAY, 4000thb (100 Euros appx)

Equalization is one of the biggest obstacles in freediving: inefficient equalization can cause frustration and injuries to all level freedivers, and not necessarily only to beginners. Learn all about equalization and perfect aspects of equalization that you haven’t mastered yet.


1 DAY, 4000thb (100Euros appx)

Swimming with a monofin is a great experience, it makes a freediver faster, more efficient, and graceful like a dolphin…if he knows how to use it properly! This course is for freedivers who want to move ahead and learn how to use this beautiful tool in the pool. Going deeper is not easy for ever.


1 DAY, 4000thb (100Euros appx)

Going deeper in Freediving is not easy forever. After the 30m your lungs will be reduce to their residual volume and equalisation become difficult. The dives below RV start to become long in time and your confidence will start to fail. The solution is to cheat using a sled! The descent will be so easy that your only focus will be equalisation. This is perfect to improve your Frenzel and Mouthfill techniques. You will gain lots of experience and relaxation because your body will reach greater depth easier. The weight of the sled is adjustable so that you can start with slow descents at first. It is also the most fun discipline of Freediving


1 DAY, 4000thb (100Euros appx)

Freediving with no fins is the most physically demanding disciplines. Often described as the purest form of freediving, it requires the freediver to descend and ascend along the dive-line without using fins, without using the rope. It’s the most physically and technically demanding of the depth disciplines because it requires a high rate of work and a long dive-time. For many, however, it’s also the most fun because it allows for complete freedom in the water.


1 DAY, 4000thb (100Euros appx)

Static Apnea is the most mentally difficult freediving discipline. Simply because you can give up at any moment of the dive. This is why you need to learn mental tricks as well as coaching skills. Static Apnea is also a discipline that lots of Freediver hate ! Simply because the urge to breath is big and last for a extended period of time. This is simply because of a unadapted breath up before the dive. A classic deep dive breathing preparation for static will result in too much CO2 in the blood and a very unpleasant static breath hold. During the course you will learn how to breath properly to have a much longer static breath hold with as less discomfort as possible. If you are a beginner you will achieve 4-5 minutes in a day. If you are currently at 5min+ you will achieve 1-2minutes extra within the same month of your training.