The PADI Freediving Master Course syllabus revises and completes all theory. Most people can dive between 30-40m after completing this freediving course.
Topics covered include: Exhale diving (FRC), Frenzel-Fattah mouth-fill equalisation, packing (advantages and precautions), lung stretching with ‘packing’, reverse packing, no fins technique, using nose clip, fluid goggles, setting up the buoy, rope rigging, deep rope rescue protocol, static apnea coaching, psychology of deep diving, mental techniques, nitrogen narcosis, nutrition, fitness and cross training. There is continuous focus on saving oxygen through efficient technique and appropriate energy output.
We also include a Transformational Breath® workshop on the Master Freediver course. This is something very unique that no other freediving schools offer anywhere on the planet (as far as we know). Benefits of this include reduction in overall stress, deeper relaxation, increased energy levels, detoxification, improved breathing mechanics and increased cardiovascular efficiency. Read more about Transformational Breath® here.
Bali freediving courses happen in Amed at our freediving school. The tropical coral reefs here are teeming with marine life, making them a great place to learn. After completing the course your instructor will take you on a guided tour of the USAT Liberty, a famous WW2 shipwreck. Here you can explore the sunken structures while your instructor captures photos of you. Click here to see examples.