1 Day, 130 Euro

Being able to provide first aid to a freediver who suffered an accident is mandatory for Level 3 freedivers and it is a requirement for the Instructor Course. This course include both the regular first aid /CPR and also the Oxygen provider. Includes digital certification and diital manual and it is valid for 2 years.


from 100 Euro

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.



Deep Equalization for Freediving

100 Euros

This is a course aimed at teaching how to do mouthfill and using it efficiently during deep dives. This course is suitable for freedivers who are mentally and physically ready for depth but are missing the deep equalization knowledge and practice.


From 105 euro

Variable Weight is a fun way to practice freediving. But mostly it is a very useful tool for learning or perfecting your deep equalisation. This is due to two reasons: firstly because of the little effort on the descend and secondly the ascent is much easier due to diving without a weight belt.



 105 Euro

You have done your freediving courses, and now you want to know how to keep training to improve and become better, but you have no access to the ocean…There is a lot that you can do to improve while training in a swimming pool, or even on dry land. The training techniques course will explore and explain this, and you and your instructor will design a series of training tables suitable to your abilities.


from 100 euro

Many freedivers consider No Fins as the purest form of freediving. “No Fins” means that the freediver only uses his body as a mean to propel himself, which is done with a style called underwater breast stroke. This is similar to the regular breast stroke style, but with significant variations in the arm stroke and the timing between strokes and gliding phases.



1 Hour, 70 Euros

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. The good news is that you don’t need to be in the water to learn most you need about equalization and to perfect aspects of equalization that you haven’t mastered yet.


from 100 euro

Cover the basic theory of photography applied to the underwater world. The Red Sea is one of the best places in the world to learn underwater photography, and to take amazing photos of the most colorful corals and stunning marine landscapes. Learn the basics of aperture, shutter speed and ISO and how to choose the right settings for the best results. Also ideal for who take photos with their Gopro or action cameras; even though you are not able to choose manual settings you will learn how to compose good photos and use the natural sunlight to your own advantage. It is also possible to add a basic post editing class and learn about colour correction, cleaning, basic manipulation etc.