This three day level-2 course covers depth training teamed with theory to further the understanding of how the human body works. You will learn advanced equalization techniques and train in the open water adapting the skills needed to dive past 20m up to 30m. Freefall style dives are the main focus of this course so that we can conserve the oxygen and comfortably dive deeper and longer.
As part of the freediving course the Pranayama workshops will look at breath holding (Kumbhaka) in particular holding the breath after an inhalation (Antara-Kumbhaka) and developing breath ratios so that we can being to control both the breath and the movement of the mind. Spinal Breathing Pranyama is also introducted which is a poweful practice used to develop and to awaken the inner energy (Kundalini). An introduction to certain body movements called Mudras and Bandhas, is also taught to help increase and direct energy within the phiscal and subtle bodies.
Breath meditation not only helps to bring more peacefulness and relaxation into our daily lives but also improves freediving. Concentrating on the breath we learn how to bring our attention to the movement of energy (Prana) in the body and how to manipulate that energy.
Advance your freediving technique with yoga and meditation on the paradise island of Koh Tao.