Intro Freediver

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INTRODUCTION TO FREEDIVING

What is Freediving?

The PFI Introduction to Freediving course is an experience program that educates curious audiences on safety and problem management of freediving and breath-holding. This program does not include specific skills development or certification, but provides a foundation for people who want to understand the benefits of freediving before taking a recreational freediving course. This course teaches:

  • Safety and problem management for apnea training
  • Near blackout and blackout management
  • Introduction to Static Apnea (maximum 2:00)
  • Introduction to Dynamic Apnea (maximum 25m/82 feet)

Is this course for you?

  • You're interested in understanding the basics of freedive training and technique

Format/Duration – 1/2 Day

The Introduction to Freediving course is a half-day program consisting of:

  • 1.5 hour classroom session focused on knowledge development
  • 2 hour confined water session practicing rescue and safety techniques for breath-holding

There is no open water training in this course.

Prerequisites

  • Minimum age 10 years old with guardian

  • Comfortable in water

  • Good health (please take a look at the PFI medical form).

What to bring - Basic snorkeling and scuba equipment can be used but we highly recommended that freediving specific equipment is used for this course.

  • Mask, snorkel, fins
  • Timing device or Dive Computer
  • Full wetsuit suggested but not required

Cost - PFI Introduction to Freediving course prices vary by location and instructor but start at $50. The tuition price covers the following:

  • Personalized instruction from advanced freediving specialists, national and world record holders, and/or trainers (Note: instructors may or may not use our course registration and database but all use the PFI educational system.)
  • Knowledge development classroom session
  • Skills development confined water session

Locations

See our upcoming courses page for more information on when and where courses are happening. You can also contact a PFI Instructor directly if you don’t see a course that fits your schedule. Not all programs are posted on this website.

Registration and Payment Details

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

By registering for a course you will also receive:

  1. Student Starter Kit
  2. Access to online portal including training tips, email access, and private PFI diving community
  3. Communication with staff/instructor to answer any questions ahead of time
  4. Access to e-learning/pre-learning online course 

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Safe Buddy

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SAFE BUDDY

Learn essential safety and problem management skills for apnea training

The PFI Safe Buddy program is designed to educate uncertified freedivers and aquatic-minded people in the safety and rescue techniques necessary for breath-holding. This program will help to increase safety awareness during recreational breath-holding/freediving activities. This course does not include any instruction on increasing freediving performances or improving personal freediving technique.

You will learn:

  • Safety and problem management for apnea training
  • Near blackout and blackout management

Is this course for you?

  • You're interested in learning how to provide essential safety supervision for apnea and freedive training
  • You’re an aquatic professional (lifeguard, rescue swimmer, etc.) who needs to understand freediving, its safety implications and how to manage them

Format/Duration –1/2 Day

The Safe Buddy course is a half-day program consisting of:

  • 2 hour classroom session focused on knowledge development
  • 2 hour confined water session practicing rescue and safety techniques for breath-holding

There is no open water training in this course.

The schedule and layout/order of these sessions vary slightly by location. The program is typically run over a 1/2 day. 

Prerequisites

  • Must be 16 years old or Junior Safe Buddy who is at least 10 years old with parent or guardian consent
  • Competent swimming skills
  • PFI Snorkeler or equivalent level skills (please take a look at the PFI medical form)

Skills

  • Respond to LMC
  • Respond to blackout at surface
  • Assisting ascending diver
  • Respond to blackout underwater
  • Static Apnea with proper buddy safety and problem management
  • Dynamic Apnea optional with proper buddy safety and problem management
  • Constant Ballast - understand the basic elements of problem management and safety

What to bring: Basic snorkeling and scuba equipment can be used but we highly recommended that Freediving specific equipment is used for this course

  • Mask, snorkel, and fins
  • Timing device or Dive Computer
  • Full wetsuit suggested, but not required
  • Rubber weight belt and small number weights suggested, but not required

Cost

PFI Safe Buddy course prices vary by location and instructor but start at $40. The tuition price covers the following:

  • Personalized instruction from advanced freediving specialists, national and world record holders, and/or trainers. (Note: Instructors may or may not use our course registration and database but all use the PFI educational system.)
  • Knowledge development classroom session
  • Skills development confined water session

Locations

See our upcoming courses page for more information on when and where courses are happening. You can also contact a PFI Instructor directly if you don’t see a course that fits your schedule. Not all programs are posted on this website.

Registration and Payment Details

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

By registering for a course you will also receive:

  1. Student Starter Kit
  2. Access to online portal including training tips, email access, and private PFI diving community
  3. Direct communication with staff/instructor to answer any questions ahead of time
  4. Access to e-learning/pre-learning online course 

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INTRODUCTION

This entry-level certification course is for individuals wishing to learn the basics of surface snorkeling or limited freedives for the purpose of enjoying the underwater realm in a safe, knowledgeable, and comfortable manner.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The objective of this course is to train individuals in the benefits, skills, techniques, and safety and problem management for snorkeling to depths no greater than 5m/16 feet.

Each student still needs to fill out a PFI medical form

PROGRAM PRE-REQUISITES

• Minimum age of 6
• Competent swimming skills

Required Student Equipment

• Mask, fins, and snorkel

• Exposure protection

• Rubber weight belt and small number weights (appropriate for local environment)

• Snorkel vest optional

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Freediver

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Freediver

Learn to freedive down to a maximum depth of 20m/66 feet!
This program teaches fundamental freediving techniques for comfortable enjoyment in the aquatic world to depths of 20m/66ft. You will also practice Static Apnea to help develop your breath-holding abilities and in-water comfort.

Your PFI Freediver course will cover fundamental topics such as:

• Essential safety procedures for breath-holding at Freediver Level
• Proper breathing techniques for freediving and snorkeling
• Confined water skill development i.e. Static Apnea
• Open water skill development i.e. technique for deep diving
• Equalization for deep diving
• Equipment for freediving and snorkeling
• The fundamental physics and physiology of freediving to understand what happens to your body at depth

IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

• You’re interested in learning the fundamental techniques of freediving
• You’re new to freediving
• You typically dive in the shallows
• You want to dive safely
• You want to hold your breath longer
• You want to dive deeper

Download and review the PFI medical form. If you answer YES to any question, you need to get a doctor's approval to take part in the course. Email us if you have any questions about the medical form.

FORMAT / DURATION 2-2.5 DAYS

This course is taught by highly trained PFI Instructors at locations all over the world. The PFI Freediver course includes:
• Classroom sessions
• 2 Confined Water sessions
• 2 Open Water sessions
The schedule and layout/order of these sessions vary slightly by location. The program is typically run over 2/2.5 days depending on the location of your course.

Skills

There are many skills which will be practiced repeatedly, simulated, and taught throughout the duration of every course. It should be noted that in order to pass course, a student must complete all the classroom sessions as well as the the pool and ocean sessions. In accordance with participation, a student will receive a certificate based on the skills and objectives they complete even if it is lower than the course they are currently taking. There are pool and ocean qualifications to pass in each PFI course. If a student only wants to pass the pool section, PFI instructors are happy to accommodate but will need to be informed before the class begins.

By the end of the Freediver course, a student will be able to perform the following skills:

  • Adequate safe buddy skills, showing how to perform a rescue to PFI standards
  • Perform a 1:30 static in the pool with opportunity to increase to maximum capacity
  • Dive with proper technique to 10 meters constant weight and free immersion using PFI method of entrance and exit with proper recovery breathing
  • If only receiving pool certification, must complete 25 meter dynamic plus the 1:30 static

Classroom

  • Attend all classroom teaching sessions

  • Stretching and equalizing workshops
  • CO2 and 02 workshops
  • Complete all quizzes in manual
  • Complete pre learning quiz before class
  • Pass final with 80 percent or more

Watermanship & Stamina

  • Prepare freediving equipment without instructor assistance

  • Proper entry procedure (select best local option)

  • 25 meter no mask snorkel swim without surfacing
  • Snorkel blast clearing

Recovery breathing and coaching

  • Minimum of four consecutive static breath-holds without any hypoxic symptoms minimum of 1:30

  • Recovery breathing and coaching for buddy 

  • Pool only: Complete a minimum of three dynamic apnea performances with no hypoxic symptoms to a minimum distance of 25m/82 feet plus 1:30 static

Open Water

  • Recovery breathing and coaching (hooking)

  • Six target constant ballast dives reaching minimum 10m/33 feet

  • Four free immersion dives to a minimum depth of 10m/33 feet
  • Emergency rescue and problem management (rescue scenarios)
    • Managing a LMC and blackout on surface and underwater blackout
  • Full mask flood and ascent from depth

PREREQUISITES

• Swimming or snorkeling experience
• Good health and fitness–see PFI Medical Form
• 10 years of age with guardian permission

WHAT TO BRINg: Basic snorkeling and scuba equipment can be used but we highly recommended that Freediving specific equipment is used for this course

For this course, each diver is responsible for bringing his or her own equipment:

• Mask, snorkel, fins
• Full wetsuit (3mm for warm water locations; 5-7mm for cold water locations)
• Rubber weight belt and small number weights
• Timing device or Freedive Computer

COST

PFI Freediver course prices vary by location and instructor but start at $395. The tuition price covers the following:
• Personalized instruction from highly trained freediving specialists, national and world record holders, and/or trainer
• 1 instructor/assistant : 5 student divers ratio
• PFI Freediver student manual & workbook
• Pool & classroom sessions
• Open water instruction
• PFI T-Shirt—varies by instructor
• Certification card

If a boat is required for open water sessions at your location, a boat fee may be required in addition to the course tuition. This fee, if applicable, will be described on specific course location pages.

LOCATIONS

See our upcoming courses page for more information on when and where courses are happening. You can also contact a PFI Instructor directly if you don’t see a course that fits your schedule. Not all programs are posted on this website. 

(Note: Instructors may or may not use our course registration and database but all use the PFI educational system.)

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

By registering for a course you will also receive:

  1. Student Starter Kit
  2. Access to online portal including training tips, email access, and private PFI diving community
  3. Communication with staff/ instructor to answer any questions ahead of time
  4. Access to e-learning / pre-learning online course 

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INTERMEDIATE

Learn to freedive down to a maximum depth of 40m/132 feet!

The PFI Intermediate Freediver course instructs competent and comfortable freedivers in essential safety and problem management for breath-hold diving, with a high emphasis on proper technique development. This program also includes details on training and equipment for diving to depths of 40 meters/132 feet. Instructors will cover the following topics:

  • Intermediate Safety and Buddy Procedures
  • Proper Ventilation for Gas Saturation and Volume
  • Equipment for Performance Freediving
  • Psychological Aspects of Freediving
  • Detailed Physics and Physiology of Freediving
  • Confined-Water Static Apnea Development
  • Open-Water Constant Ballast Development
  • Techniques for Intermediate Freediving

 IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

  • You have basic experience in scuba, freediving, and/or spearfishing
  • You’re interested in freediving in the 25-40m/80-132 feet range
  • You’d like to learn to hold your breath between 3-5 minutes
  • You’re not sure of extended freediving physiology or the physics that affect you during your freedives and want to know the details
  • You want to learn how to safely deep dive 

Download and review the PFI medical form. If you say YES to any questions, you need to get a doctor's approval to take part in the course. Email info@performancefreediving.com if you have any questions about the medical form.

Skills

There are many skills which will be practiced repeatedly, simulated, and taught throughout the duration of every course. It should be noted that in order to pass course, a student must complete all the classroom sessions as well as the pool and ocean sessions. In accordance with participation, a student will receive a certificate based on the skills and objectives they complete, even if it is lower than the course they are currently taking. There are pool and ocean qualifications to pass each PFI course. If a student only wants to pass the pool section, the instructors at PFI are happy to accommodate but will need to be informed before the class begins. At the end of the Intermediate Freediver course, a student will be able to perform:

  • Adequate safe buddy skills, showing how to perform a rescue to PFI standards
  • Prepare gear without the instructor's help 
  • Perform a 3:00 static in the pool with opportunity to increase to maximum capacity
  • Dive with proper technique to 25 meters constant weight and free immersion using the PFI method of entrance and exit with proper recovery breathing
  • If only receiving pool certificate, must complete 50 meter dynamic plus the 3:00 static

Classroom

  • Attend all classroom teaching sessions

  • Stretching and equalizing workshops
  • CO2 and 02 training workshops
  • Complete all quizzes in manual
  • Complete pre learning quiz before class
  • Pass final with 80 percent or more

Watermanship & Stamina

  • Prepare freediving equipment without instructor assistance

  • Proper entry procedure (select best local option)

  • 100 meter continuous swim without fins, snorkel, wetsuit, or flotation
  • Minimum of five minute tread

 Confined Water

  • Minimum of four consecutive static breath-holds without any hypoxic symptoms minimum 3:00

  • Recovery breathing and coaching

  • Pool only: Minimum of three dynamic performances
  • Pool only: Complete a minimum 50m dynamic apnea
  • Mananage LMC, blackout on surface and underwater
  • Finding blackout diver on surface
  • Negative pressure dives

Open Water

  • Recovery breathing and coaching for buddy

  • Eight constant ballast dives reaching minimum 25m/82ft using proper entrance and exit

  • Emergency rescue and problem management (rescue scenarios), surface and underwater
    • Including LMC, blackout at surface and underwater
  • Full mask flood and ascent from 10m/33 feet
  • Eight free immersion dives to 25m/82 feet
  •  Weight belt removal and ascent from 10m/33 feet

FORMAT / DURATION – 4-DAYS

This course is taught by highly trained PFI Instructors at locations all over the world.

The PFI Intermediate Freediver course includes:

  • Classroom Sessions
  • 2 Confined Water sessions
  • 3 Open Water sessions

The schedule and layout/order of these sessions vary slightly by location. The program is typically run over 4 days. Click the link on any particular course to find the exact schedule for that program.

PREREQUISITES

  • Freediver course or equivalent experience with freediving, spearfishing, or scuba diving (general comfort in the water)
  • You have basic freediving experience and can achieve depths anywhere from 6–30m/20–99 feet with relative comfort
  • You have a breath-hold time of around one minute or longer
  • Good health and fitness—check the PFI Medical Form
  • 12 years of age with guardian permission
  • Constant Ballast (unassisted freedive) of 6 meters/20 feet

WHAT TO BRIng: Basic snorkeling and scuba equipment can be used but WE highly recommended that Freediving specific equipment is used for this course.

For this course, each diver is responsible for bringing his or her own equipment:

  • Mask, snorkel, fins
  • Full wetsuit (3mm for warm water locations; 5-7mm for cold water locations)
  • Rubber weight belt and small number weights
  • Timing device or Freedive Computer

COST

PFI Intermediate Freediver course prices vary by location and instructor but start at $745. The tuition price covers the following:

  • Personalized instruction from highly trained freediving specialists, national and world record holders, and/or trainer
  • 1 Instructor/Assistant : 5 student divers ratio (in water)
  • Intermediate Freediver Student Manual
  • Classroom sessions with detailed knowledge development taught by freediving experts
  • Confined water sessions
  • Open water sessions
  • Hands-on experience with specialty freediving equipment
  • PFI T-Shirt—varies with instructor
  • Certification card

If a boat is required for open water sessions at your location, a boat fee may be required in addition to the course tuition. This fee, if applicable, will be described on specific course location pages.

LOCATIONS

See our upcoming courses page for more information on when and where courses are happening. You can also contact a PFI Instructor directly if you don’t see a course that fits your schedule. Not all programs are posted on this website. 

(Note: Instructors may or may not use our course registration and database but all use the PFI educational system.)

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

By registering for a course you will also receive:

  1. Student Starter Kit
  2. Access to online portal including training tips, email access, and private PFI diving community
  3. Communication with staff/ instructor to answer any questions ahead of time
  4. Access to e-learning/ pre-learning online course 

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Advanced and Safety

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ADVANCED & SAFETY FREEDIVER

Learn to freedive down to a maximum depth of 60m/197 feet!

The PFI Advanced & Safety Freediver course instructs competent and comfortable freedivers who have successfully achieved the PFI Intermediate Freediver certification. The course teaches advanced safety and problem management with an emphasis on advanced and competitive freediving techniques, training, and equipment for dives as deep as 60m/197 feet. Divers will also learn how to develop training programs to better their own physical and mental performance for deep freediving.

  • Safety and Buddy Procedures for Advanced Freediving
  • Equipment for Advanced Freediving & Competitions
  • Psychological Aspects of Advanced Freediving & Competitive Freediving
  • Land & Confined-Water Training and Evaluation Programs
  • Freediving Competition Standards & Procedures
  • Advanced Static Apnea
  • Advanced Dynamic Apnea (depending on location)
  • Open Water Constant Ballast Development & Training (60m maximum depth)

 

IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

  • You’re an experienced comfortable freediver and have completed the PFI Intermediate Freediver course
  • You’ve completed an Intermediate Freediver level course with another recognized agency PLUS have completed the PFI Freediver Crossover Exam
  • You’re interested in a program with a high level of focus on technique development and open water constant ballast training
  • You want to learn advanced level training programs and have a desire to train in a safe, and highly supervised, environment
  • You’re interested in freediving competition strategies and procedures that help you become a proficient freediver/competitor  

If so, this is the course for you!

Download and review the PFI medical form. If you say YES to any questions, you need to get a doctor's approval to take part in the course. Email info@performancefreediving.com if you have any questions about the medical form.

For this course, please have current DAN (Divers Alert Network) Dive Accident Insurance. If you do not have it already, you can sign up for it on their website at: www.diversalertnetwork.org

Skills

There are many skills which will be practiced repeatedly, simulated, and taught throughout the duration of every course. It should be noted that in order to pass course, a student must complete all the classroom sessions as well as the pool and ocean sessions. In accordance with participation, a student will receive a certificate based on the skills and objectives they complete, even if it is lower than the course they are currently taking. There are both pool and ocean qualifications to pass each PFI course. If a student only wants to pass the pool section, the instructors at PFI are happy to accommodate but will need to be informed before the class begins.

By the end of the Advanced Freediver course a student will be able to perform:

  • Working in a safety team
  • Adequate safe buddy skills, performing a rescue to PFI standards
  • Prepare gear without help of instructor
  • Perform a 4:00 static in the pool with opportunity to increase to maximum capacity
  • Dive with proper technique to 40m/132 ft constant weight and free immersion using PFI method of entrance and exit with proper recovery breathing
  • If only receiving pool certification, must complete 75 meter dynamic plus the 4:00 static

Classroom

  • Attend all classroom teaching sessions

  • Stretching and Equalizing workshops

  • CO2 and 02 training workshops
  • Complete all quizzes in manual
  • Complete pre learning quiz before class
  • Pass final with 80 percent or more
  • DAN CPR and First Aid as well as Oxygen Provider

Watermanship & Stamina

  • Prepare freediving equipment without instructor assistance

  • Proper entry procedure (select best local option)

  • 100 meter continuous swim without fins, snorkel, wetsuit, or flotation
  • Minimum of five minute tread

 Confined Water

  • Minimum of four consecutive static breath-holds without any hypoxic symptoms minimum 4:00

  • Recovery breathing and coaching

  • Pool only: Minimum of three dynamic performances
  • Pool only: Complete a minimum 75m dynamic apnea
  • Manage LMC, blackout on surface and underwater
  • Finding blackout diver on surface
  • Negative pressure dives

Open Water

  • Recovery breathing and coaching for buddy

  • 12 target free immersion dives reaching minimum 40m/132ft using proper entrance and exit

  • Emergency rescue and problem management (rescue scenarios), surface and underwater
    • Including LMC, blackout at surface and underwater
  • Full mask flood and ascent at depth of 10m/33ft
  • Complete a minimum 12 constant weight dives to a minimum depth of 40m/132ft

FORMAT / DURATION – 6 DAYS

PFI Advanced Freediver is held over 6 days and includes:

  • 6 dryland training and classroom sessions
  • 4 pool sessions
  • 5 open water sessions

The schedule and layout/order of these sessions vary slightly by location. The program is typically run over 6 days. Click the link on any particular course to find the exact schedule for that program.

PREREQUISITES

  • PFI Intermediate Freediver certification
  • You’re comfortable with intermediate level freediving depths, anywhere from 25–40m/82–132 ft 
  • You have a static breath-hold time of three minutes or longer
  • Good health and fitness—check the PFI Medical Form
  • 16 years of age with guardian permission

WHAT TO BRING: Basic snorkeling and scuba equipment can be used but WE highly recommended that Freediving specific equipment is used for this course.

For this course, divers are responsible for bringing their own equipment:

  • Low Volume Mask—fluid goggles and/or nose clip optional
  • Snorkel
  • Full Hooded Wetsuit (3mm for warm water locations; 5-7mm for cold water locations)
  • Rubber weight belt and small number weights
  • Freediving bi-fins or monofin—if using a monofin for target dives, also bring bi-fins for Safety Freediver training
  • Freediving computer plus an additional waterproof timing device
  • Lanyard—suggested but not required

COST

The PFI Advanced Freediver program prices are determined by the instructor but start at $895 and include the following:

  • Personalized instruction from highly trained freediving specialists, national & world record holders, and/or trainers
  • 1 Instructor/Assistant : 6 student divers ratio (in-water)
  • PFI Advanced Freediver Student Manual
  • Pool and classroom sessions
  • Open water instruction
  • Hands-on experience with specialty freediving equipment
  • PFI Dive Deep Shirt

If a boat is required for open water sessions at your location, a boat fee may be applied in addition to the course tuition. This fee, if applicable, will be described on specific course location pages.

LOCATIONS

See our Upcoming Courses page for more information on when and where courses are happening. You can also contact a PFI Instructor directly if you don’t see a course that fits your schedule. Not all programs are posted on this website. 

(Note: Instructors may or may not use our course registration and database but all use the PFI educational system.)

COURSE CERTIFICATIONS

After completing this course you’ll receive the following certifications:

·         PFI Advanced Freediver

·         PFI Supervisor Freediver

These certification cards will be mailed to your address within three weeks. The level of certification you receive depends on the skills that you successfully complete during your course. This ensures that future freediving buddies, pools, boat operators, etc. are able to accommodate your freediving level and know what level of safety you are able to provide.

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full tuition payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

By registering for a course you will also receive:

  1. Student Starter Kit
  2. Access to online portal including training tips, email access, and private PFI diving community
  3. Communication with staff/instructor to answer any questions ahead of time
  4. Access to e-learning/ pre-learning online course 

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PRIVATE PROGRAMS

Our scheduled programs do not always work for everyone. Maybe you have a tight schedule or maybe you just have a group of good friends that want to do it together. Whatever the reason, you're in luck. PFI offers private courses at all levels.

FORMAT / DURATION

While a private course does mean more flexibility, there are course standards that need to be met in order to take part in and complete PFI programs. When talking to our instructors, you can decide together on the best schedule for your group and the level of course you are interested in.

PREREQUISITES

Please see the specific course page for the prerequisite details.
Physician signature is required on the PFI medical form if you answer "yes" to any of the questions.

QUALIFICATION OF GRADUATES

Each student will receive a PFI certification card based on the skills they complete during their program.

WHAT TO BRING

Each diver is responsible for bringing his or her own equipment. See the specific course page for details.

COST

This will be discussed with the instructor/organizer and is based on the number of students and level of program. In addition to the course fee, private groups are also responsible for taking care of the instructor's travel and accommodation costs, and the cost of classroom, pool, and boat facilities (if needed).
For more details and to start setting up your private course, please contact PFI at info@performancefreediving.com

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS

To secure your spot in a course, we need to receive your registration and either a 50% deposit or full payment. Any outstanding course balance is due by the start of the course. See our course schedule to register.

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