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If you are a certified Molchanovs Wave 1 Freediver and would like to complete the second-level certification course, then the Wave 2 freediving course is perfect for you!
Your three-day adventure into freediving in Xiao Liuqiu, Taiwan includes:
-3 theory sessions that focus on common traumas in freediving, how to address them if they occur, and prevention, the concept of freefalling, reverse packs and grouper calls, and the history of freediving
-1 static session focused on practicing relaxation in water, the breath-hold, buddying, and rescue techniques
-2 dynamic session focused on improving technique, buddying, rescue techniques, a maximum performance, and introduction to the monofin technique
-4 open water session that include improving body posture, technique, and relaxation, increasing depth safely, learning how to freefall, introduction to the constant weight no-fins technique, buddying, and rescue techniques
-Wave 2 exam
-Photos and videos of your freediving journey
-Certification fee included
-2:30 static breath-hold (STA)
-55m dynamic with bi-fins (DNYB)
-35m dynamic no-fins (DNF)
-24-30m free immersion (FIM) and constant weight (CWT)
-15m constant weight no-fins (CNF)
-Rescue from 15m depth with 50m tow
-Pass the Molchanovs Wave 2 exam with 80% or more
*A pre-requisite of the course is being able to perform 200m of non-stop swimming
*If you fail to pass the course requirements during your stay, you still have up to one year to train and complete them
About the instructor:
Kris is an AIDA and Molchanovs W2 freediving instructor in the water and a Staff Writer for DeeperBlue.com on land, focusing on freediving-related how-to articles, guides, tips and technique, and equipment/freediving destination reviews. Currently, Kris has over 70 articles published on the subject of freediving. She occasionally gets in front of the camera as an underwater model and teaches people how to pose for their own underwater photos.
Kris is passionate about helping students to comfortably overcome their fears and issues, and loves watching them grow individually as freedivers. Her teaching style involves a calm and relaxing, yet comprehensive approach to learning theory and diving. She strives to make sure her students have fun during their course, while maintaining the highest emphasis on safety rather than numbers. Kris learned freediving in Dahab, Egypt as a PADI Divemaster, and has taught freediving in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan.