Just because you have a physical disability doesn’t mean you can’t experience the joy of freediving.
Performance Freediving International introduced a new “Adaptive Freediver Course” at this year’s Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
As PFI Founder Kirk Krack told DeeperBlue.com:
“It’s for freedivers with disabilities. We created standards, a whole manual, and it’s all based on the Handicapped Scuba Association program, and they gave us their blessing to use and adapt their programs into ours.”
PFI developed a course that can be tailored to the freediver’s specific disability with additional requirements based on what that diver can and cannot do, as well as the safety and buddy standards.
For more information, contact PFI via their website at performancefreediving.com.