If you ever wondered whether our aquatic friends had a sense of humour (or a devilish streak), you only need to take a look at these underwater photobombs to know they've got us sussed. From stingrays to puffer fish, they've set out to ruin your photo, your holiday, and your marriage proposal...
If you want to learn to Scuba dive, you may not have thought about learning to freedive first. However learning to freedive provides you with the techniques, skills and water confidence to learn how to scuba dive quicker, safer, and with more confidence. Learn more inside.
Happy Easter from the Go Freediving team! Find out what's coming up for the freediving season and check out an incredible Easter mermaids picture from artist Laurie Leigh.
A fascinating study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco has discovered something new about lung function - our lungs make blood. So how did they do this, and how does this impact on the health of freedivers?
See Arthur Williams freediving on The Wild Weekenders TV programme on Channel 4. Watch him learn to freedive in Devon, taught by Go Freediving's Emma Farrell
If done properly, freediving is incredibly safe and has benefits that go way beyond how you feel in the water. Here are the top 10 health benefits of freediving.
Yoga nidra means yoga sleep, and is a deep relaxation practice you do lying down with your eyes closed. Find out more about yoga nidra, how it can help scuba and freediving, and listen to a yoga nidra for diving recording in this article.
Steam inhalation for freediving is an amazing natural technique that can relieve sinus congestion, reduce inflammation and combat infection, all of which help us equalise more easily. Read how to do steam inhalation and what the best essential oils to use are in this article.
Where to start in freediving is probably the first question you have when you start your freediving journey. Check out where to start in freediving with our handy flow chart, which takes you through every freediving course level, as well as speciality courses and freediving holidays
Britain's Secret Seas is BBC television series that celebrates the coastline of Great Britain. In the episode 'The Power of the East' we watch explorer Paul Rose and his team exploring the waters around The Farne Islands, joined by Go Freediving's Emma Farrell as she freedives to demonstrate the similarities between seals and humans. Find out more and watch the episode for a limited time here!