Looking for a new challenge? Why not try one of our RAID freediving courses in July. It’s one of the best months to learn to freedive in the UK as the weather is so good and the water is so warm. And Go Freediving is the most experienced, friendly, safest freediving course provider. We’ve been teaching people how to freedive in the UK and abroad since 2003 and have introduced thousands of people to the exhilarating world of freediving.
Check out the latest movie from one of or freediving courses in July (8th and 9th July 2017) and see for yourself what you get up to when you learn to freedive in the UK with us!
Why enroll on one of our freediving courses in July?
Freediving courses in July are all about great weather, great company and great teaching. No other course provider has our level of experience and expertise. Our team of instructors are second to none and have all been personally trained by Instructor Trainer Emma Farrell, to guarantee you’ll be learning from the best.
We freedive in the UK generally between the spring and early autumn and our freediving courses run from the end of May to mid Oct. By the time we get to the beginning of July, the water has warmed up to at least 21 degrees and we usually have warm sunny days for our courses. In 2017 we’ve been blessed with incredible weather and every freediving course so far has had blazing hot sunshine. The water was 20 degrees by the middle of June and we’re looking for it to keep on going up! As well as our courses, we also have club meets every weekend, and events running weekly throughout the season, plus our freediving holidays abroad all year round.
When you enroll on one of our freediving courses in July, your course starts from the moment you register and receive our tailored online learning package and course materials. At your own pace you will learn freediving theory so you feel prepared on the morning of your freediving course.
The RAID Freediver course starts in the classroom where you learn about breathing for freediving and the equipment you’ll be using. You then move to the pool to put what you’ve learnt into practice and try long fins for the first time.
After the pool sessions we move to Vobster Quay for more theory and the open water dive sessions of the course.
Even though you’ve done your theory before the course, at Go Freediving we like to add to your learning with all the experience of our instructors. Supreme Leader (Emma Farrell) also likes to draw pictures to explain concepts as you can see in these pictures from this weekend’s course…
Club leader and course assistant, Mark Karasick (a famous artist) started us off with a picture to try and explain the Frenzel equalisation technique. We decided that it was actually a self portrait.