Only four month has gone by since my last visit and I'm back in the Blue Hole to train again. This time I decided to travel alone and it turns out you are never alone when you freediving, the community of freedivers are so amazing. It took about 5 minutes after I arrived and I was surrounded by friendly people that has one common interest, they love freediving.

Home again after a fantastic freediving week in Dahab and the Blue Hole. 17 members of Active Divers traveled to Dahab on the 26/10 to participate in a 6 day training week and it turned out to be a very successful week for all of us. With a lot of new knowledge and many new PB’s we all got home with a big smile on our faces 🙂

Dahab

The week started in the Lighthouse Bay and ended in the Blue Hole and there between we had a trip to Ras Mohamed National Park for some fun diving.

A big thanks to everybody at Freedive Dahab diving center for making this week awesome.

Active Divers
Freedive Dahab

I just came home from a fantastic 10 days in Bali participating in DeepWeek, an event led by Adam Stern and his team of instructors. Adam is an australian record holder and teaches freediving from very beginners to instructors for the Molchanovs certification program.

DeepWeek

With 93 participants and 47 instructors, DeepWeek is one of the world's largest diving events. Here, freedivers from all over the world gather to dive, have fun, get to know new people and, above all, learn more about freediving.

The days start with yoga and after that a variety of workshops and dives, both in the pool and in the open sea. You go deep into relaxation, pressure equalization, swimming technique and strategy and then end the day with meditation and strength training. Adam Stern and his team of instructors do a fantastic job and are 100% committed to their participants.

I will definitely go again next year if I get the chance 🙂

Happy diving and remember, dive safe with a buddy 🙂

The wait is over and we finally reached our destination, Nemo 33. We are 12 freedivers from Active Divers that can’t wait to get wet and jump into the 33 degree cozy warm water and dive down the 33 meter deep hole.

Unfortunately I was too busy diving so I didn't take many photos but the experience was awesome.

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