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Hi, I'm Alexander Nilsson
I am a Swedish record holder freediver and instructor.
I started freediving in January 2016, and I was instantly hooked. I was particularly drawn to the freedom, silence and weightlessness one experiences underwater.
I yearned to prolong the incredible sensations! Determined to dive deeper, I have been consistently competing since 2017.
My desire to pass on my knowledge and passion for freediving led me to become a PADI and Molchanovs Freediving Instructor.
Most of the knowledge I'm passing on to my students is from my own experiences, which I get from figuring out the best and most efficient way to train myself. This helps me in coaching students to overcome their barriers and see them reach new depths!
If you have any questions or are curious to try out or improve your freediving, please do not hesitate to contact me!
Start your freediving journey
Are you curious to see what freediving is about? Have you been snorkeling and want to be able to spend more time underwater? Then this course is for you. Here you will learn the basics of freediving, how to equalize the ears, how to breathe for freediving, and what happens in the body when we hold our breath. You will also learn how to rescue someone in the water, so you safely can go freediving with another person after this course.
Molchanovs Wave 1
Learn the basics of freediving by uncovering your natural freediving ability. Here you will be taught to dive down 12 to 20 meters and learn techniques to hold your breath beyond a minute and a half. Topics include the physics of freediving, introduction to equalization and breathing, dive visualization, and much more. The course duration is typically 2-3 days.
Be able to swim 200m non-stop.
Static 1 min 30 sec
Open Water requirements
CWTB & FIM 12-20m
CWTB Buddying 6-10m
Rescue from 6-10m
If you want to learn more about the Molchanovs Movement, its community and training system, you can watch this video.