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.

Safety for Freediving

We take a look at Safety aspects whilst diving in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Equipment for Freediving

We take a look at the Equipment needed in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Do I Need To Do a Freediving Course?

We take a look at why you need to do a Freediving course and who offers them in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

Glossary and Acronyms of Freediving

We look at the Glossary and Acronyms in our Beginners Guide to Freediving

History of Freediving

We look at the History of Freediving in our Beginners Guide to Freediving
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