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Take your free diving to a new level! Learn new skills as we introduce you to a higher knowledge of safety procedures and techniques such as free falling. You’ll be trained in advanced equalisation, be familiar with the risks of increasing and decreasing pressure, and more importantly, you will know how to deal with these risks.
This level is considered to be beyond recreational.
Our instructors are knowledgeable, patient, and will ensure that all training dives are done in the safest manner possible.
In this level, you will learn the knowledge, techniques, and safety procedures needed for deep free diving, such as exhale diving and mouth fill equalising.
Ocean Limits PH is a Freediving School, co-founded by Molchanovs Instructor Michael Jay Clarin and Irene Villaflor, MD.
Michael Jay Clarin and Irene Villaflor, MD are both Certified Molchanovs Instructors.
Michael Jay Clarin:
Irene Villaflor, MD
Is Freediving a safe sport? YES! Freediving is a very safe sport if practised correctly. It is a natural activity, and the human body is very well capable of breath-holding and diving underwater. Taking an officially recognised freediving course will only make you a safer and a more comfortable freediver.
Worrying about ear pain when Free diving? Ear pain while underwater happens but should be avoided at all times. The pain is caused by the water pressure building up against the middle ear.
Yes, but for this course, we require that you must at least had a Fundamentals/Basic of Freediving course already and is able to dive at least 7 meters depth.
If you have the above mentioned health conditions (and the like), for your safety and prevention of future injury, A medical clearance from your physician is a must before joining the activity.
To avoid too much sun exposure and jellyfish stings we recommend to wear SPANDEX long sleeves rash guard and leggings (ladies) / compression pants (gents)
– swimwear made of spandex fabric is recommended as cotton fabric tend to sag and causes drag when in water.