Wild Blue is proud to present our "Summer of Freedive & Spearfishing Training" in conjunction with Primitive Aquatics.
Come join us and one of New Zealand's most experienced freedive instructors. Learn the skills and gain knowledge to safely & effectively increase your dive time through a range of streamlining, stretching, relaxation & breathing techniques and consistently bring home the seafood. Whether you're completely new to freediving or fairly experienced and looking to improve your technique, this course is for you.
Check out the feedback from course #1
"Hi Hayden, thanks for organising a wonderful weekend for me with James and the team. I can say that it was one of my most memorable and exciting weekend that I ever had especially spearfishing my first kingfish with the help from James. Thanks again."
- Steven Chai
Saturday: Classroom Session/Shallow Water Training/Depth Training
Location: Wild Blue, 50A Anzac Rd, Browns Bay, (09)475 0071 or Wild Blue, 51 King Street, Frankton, (07) 847 7675
Content: The Human Body in Water. Physiological and psychological aspects of breath holding, Safe Diving Practices, Freedive Equipment, Diet & Hydration, Breathing Exercises.
In-water training: Stretching, breathing exercises, pre & post dive breathing, safety techniques, weighting, entry technique, equalisation, deep water techniques performed to your comfort levels concentrating on building up time spent at depth.
Equipment Required: Mask, snorkel, wetsuit, weight belt, booties & fins.
What you need to bring: Drinking water and a packed lunch.
Location - Local Lakes
Sunday: Classroom, Open Water Review/Spearfishing Practice
Location: Open water location to be advised
Content: Preparation techniques (stretching & breathing), warm up dives, finning technique, buddy rescue, hunting techniques, an afternoon spearfishing session/deeper dives, debrief.
Equipment Required: Mask, snorkel, wetsuit, weight belt, booties & fins, speargun, float (optional).
Bring: Drinking water and a packed lunch.
Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th April, 2017
COURSE COST: $350 (equipment not included). A $50 deposit (non-refundable for any reasons) secures your place on this course. Numbers are strictly limited, so secure you spot by calling 07-847 7675 (Waikato) or sending us an email to avoid disappointment!