La Ventana Wave 2

La Ventana Wave 2

Regular price$550.00


This course is best for those who have had some time to get comfortable with the skills they have learned in the Level 1 course (able to comfortably and consistently reach depths of 20m/66') and are ready to take their freediving abilities to the next level. We will teach you how to train your body for freediving and upgrade relevant skills such relaxation, equalization, and finning techniques. You will gain knowledge about how to dive deeper and will be introduced to the most fun part of freediving: Free fall! You get to experience what it's like to stop working and start surrendering. No more kicking, no more pulling, and definitely no fighting… Your only work is to relax more and let the ocean pull you deeper. This course includes one classroom session, one pool session and two open water sessions.


History of freediving
Frenzel equalization
Introduction to air control: Reverse packs or grouper calls
Preventing potential traumas
Effects of depth
Written exam

Additional equipment
Improvements of techniques
Dynamic swimming (55M)
Buddying and rescue procedures (repetition)
Improving Dynamic No Fins (DNF) technique (35m)
Introduction to the monofin technique

Improvement of equalization: Frenzel technique
Usage of lanyards
Free fall technique
Further safety and rescue: Rescue from 15+m
Introduction to Constant Weight No Fins (CNF) to 15m
Application of air control (Grouper Call and Reverse Packing)
Improve your relaxation while focusing on your freediving technique
As a certified Level 2 freediver you will be able to meet the following requirements:

2:30+ min Static Breath Hold (STA)
55+m Dynamic With Fins (DYN)
35+m Dynamic No Fins (DNF)
24 – 30m CWT and FIM in the open water
15m Constant Weight No Fins (CNF)
Free fall technique

Mask – A low volume spearfishing/freediving mask. A standard snorkel/scuba mask is OK for the Level 1 Freediver course.

Snorkel – A simple J. style snorkel

Wetsuit – 3mm open cell Freediving wetsuit

Fins – Longblade freediving fins. Standard snorkel/scuba fins are acceptable for the Level 1 Freediver course. We do not accept “split fins” or the full open heel and bootie style.

Weight belt – A rubber weight belt is preferred.

Weights – A selection of 1lb and/or 2lb weights, most people use 5-10lbs.

Freediving Computer – Something that can record your depth. We will go over setting alarms, meeting a buddy at depth, and proper surface intervals. If you do not have a dive watch that is ok, please bring a watch that can keep time.

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