Emma Farrell

Emma Farrell is one of the world’s leading freediving instructors and the author of the stunning book One Breath: A Reflection on Freediving. She has been freediving since 2001 and teaching since 2002. She is an Instructor Trainer with RAID, SSI, and AIDA, a founding member of the AIDA Education Commission and has written courses that are taught internationally, as well as her own specialty courses such as her course for surfers, spearfishing safety skills course and Gas Guzzler course.

Equalization for Freediving

We take a look at Equalization in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Stretching for Freediving

We take a look at Stretching in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

The Mammalian Dive Reflex

We take a look at the mysterious Mammalian Dive Reflex and how it can help your freediving in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Effects of Pressure and Depth

We take a look at the Effects of Pressure and Depth in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Breathing for Freediving

We take a look at Breathing for Freediving as part of our Beginners Guide to Freediving
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Latest Posts

Body Of Diver Andy Phillips Recovered

The body of Andy Phillips, a British dive professional who called Utila, Honduras home for nearly two decades, has been found.

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If you're a technical diver that uses nitrox and trimix mixtures, you may want to check out Czech company DiveSoft's new SOLO helium analyzer.

Fifteen Percent Of Ocean Floor Now Mapped

You know the old saying that we know more about the surface of the Earth's moon and planet Mars than the Earth's ocean floor? Well, the latter is slowly but surely getting mapped.

Poland’s Agnieszka Kalska Sets New AIDA Pool Freediving World Record

Poland's Agnieszka Kalska set a new AIDA Women's World Record this past weekend at the Polish Freediving Pool Championships.

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Find out why a freediving liveaboard should be your next vacation destination