The main skills of the SSI Level 2 is the Free fall. The technique Freedivers use to effortlessly descend at greater depths. It is like flying underwater. At depth, Archimedes’ law leaves place to Boyle’s law. As our lungs and wetsuit compress by the depth of the water, we start falling in the ocean. It usually happens between 15 and 20 metres, but with efficient breath ups, this becomes not only comfortable but also useful skill, enabling us to go deeper. During free fall, being completely streamline is important; we need to be hydrodynamic to fall quickly. The key to this is complete relaxation of mind and body to be able to experience the peaceful descend. Just like all aspects of freediving, posture is critical to success during freefall. If you bent backwards or forwards, you are no longer streamlined and will not freefall effectively. Freefalling is describe, as the most beautiful thing there is in Freediving, do not miss it!