Discover Scuba Diving
The Discover Scuba Diving program lets you experience the thrill of diving under the direct supervision of a professional scuba instructor without being a certified diver. You begin your day in the comfort of our on-site heated swimming pool where you will learn basic skills and get used to your equipment. Following the pool session, you will complete two ocean dives from our boats which are also located on site. Common sightings include turtles, rays, grouper, lobster, parrotfish, angelfish, eels, plenty of coral and occasional dolphin.
Our instructor to ratio is 2 to 1 to ensure your maximum enjoyment and safety.
We provide all the necessary Scuba gear for the course. This includes Tanks, Weights, Regulator, BCD and weight belt. All you need is a bathing suit and a towel!
Cost is $299 per person.
Open Water Scuba Certification Class
Get your PADI Scuba license with this two day class that starts every weekend year round and includes pool sessions, academic review and two days of diving on the beautiful reefs and wrecks off Key Biscayne. The e-learning portion (academic work, quizzes and exam) is done in the comfort of your home or anywhere with an internet connection.
We provide all the necessary Scuba gear for the course. This includes Tanks, Weights, Regulator, BCD and weight belt. Personal gear (mask, snorkel and fins) must be provided or purchased at the shop. We have a wide selection of gear available for purchase.
As an added bonus we offer a free graduation BBQ lunch to all our students every Sunday.
Cost $595 and Includes the PADI E learning program
The Advance Open Water course is designed to provide the novice diver a structured, well-supervised means to gain additional experience by involving students in various underwater tasks that broaden their awareness of the environment and their capabilities as divers.
Course Standards and Overview: The Advanced Open Water course consists of five open-water training dives in the following categories:
Core dive: Underwater Navigation (Compass and Natural)
Core dive: Deep Diving
Elective dives: Wreck, peak performance buoyancy, photography, boat, fish ID and night dive
Course Prerequisites: Open Water Certification
General Information: The advance Open Water course will be divided into the following sections:
Five Open Water Dives.
Cost $495 including PADI book or e-learning and use of tanks and weights or $595 PADI book or e-learning, all SCUBA rental included
The Rescue Diver course is an important and crucial step in expanding a diver’s knowledge and experience beyond a purely recreational level. The course is designed to develop the necessary knowledge and skills for individuals to effectively perform diver rescues and assists, manage diving accident situations, and render proper first aid. This is prerequisite for all leadership training (Divemaster, Assistant, Instructor, Open Water Scuba Instructor) Courses.
Course Prerequisites: Advanced Open Water Diver Certification
Course Cost: The course fee is $495 including PADI E learning or text book.
Equipment: The student is to furnish all of his/her own underwater equipment, excluding tanks and weights. Gear is available for rent.
The Divemaster course is designed to encourage and prepare students for instructor level training and its importance cannot be overstated. The goals of the course are to enable its students to organize, conduct, and supervise recreational diving activities.
Course Prerequisites: Open Water Certification, Advanced Certification, Rescue Certification CRP and First Aid Certification. You must have 60 logged dives, be able to swim 800 yards and tread water for 15 min. Course Fee: The course fee is $895 and includes all of the dives.
Equipment: The student is to furnish all of his/her own underwater equipment, excluding tanks and weights.
Text: The Divemaster Manual crew pack ($429) is required for the course and is not included in the price.
Bea grew up in Madrid dreaming of living by the water. In her 20s, she traveled to the USA, fell in love with the sea in Hawaii and she moved to Miami to become a SCUBA diving instructor as her hobby. With her Master in Holistic Health and Nutrition, she has created a unique form of teaching combining both, water and wellness.
Bea travels around the world in search for the most transparent water, it’s for her the means to connect and communicate with the Unknown. She feels it like a kiss, she disappears in it. Bea has lived, travelled and worked in the waters of Florida, the Caribbean Islands, Mexico, Costa Rica, the Pacific, Thailand, Morocco, Egypt, Andaman, and the Mediterranean.
Leaving behind her SCUBA equipment and all unnecessary baggage, now as certified SSI and PADI Freediving Instructor., she specializes in personal coaching using breath holding techniques with the goal of improving human relationships. She says “After all, we all breathe from the same Source”.
Bea has had the opportunity to train with world leading free divers and has coached the current Egyptian woman national record holder as well as other professional free divers from Kuwait, Cuba, Germany, India, Spain… Although she does not consider herself a lover of competitions, to better understand a competitor’s mind, Bea won three Gold medals in STATIC and Dynamic disciplines in the OPEN APNEA INDOOR Madrid 2016, she is also a bronze medal in STA in the Spain Championship APNEA INDOOR 2018
Bea accompanies you on a magical experience, feeling supported by the water combined with the breath-hold is an invitation to become aware of the places in your body where stress, worry and fear have manifested as tension. The nervous system resets to its tranquil state. It is in complete relaxation where THE MIND RESTS, THE HEART TAKES OVER and the door to the Unknown opens. As you enter, the magic happens. All imprints from your life and your ancestors’ are there for you to revisit. The veils of fear, anger and grief have a chance to be felt, faced, integrated and dissolved.
Science is starting to catch up with the benefits of relaxation in all our systems, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, reproductive… In her sessions, Bea helps you feel the connection between all these systems as well as with your mind, spirit, body and soul. They are all connected into one: a human being,.
As you travel to your origin, you learn to feel lighter, TO BE ONLY BREATH.
Static apnea (STA) is a discipline in which a person holds their breath underwater for a length of time. For competitions, athletes lie face-down in the water holding their breath for as long as possible. Although it may seem as simple as lying face down in the water, STA is actually one of the more technical disciplines. The breathe-up is important in helping the diver to establish a state of relaxation and to ensure that they begin the hold with exactly the right amounts of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in the blood. Complete physical and mental relaxation is necessary for a good static breath-hold. Personalized relaxation and meditation techniques are designed to meet your needs
FREEDIVING LEVEL 1
Freediving is about inward power, discipline and control. If you've always wanted to enter the underwater world quietly, on your own terms, staying as long as your breath allows, then freediving is for you.
You must be at least 15 years old. You need adequate swimming skills and need to be in good physical health. No prior experience with snorkeling, skin diving or freediving is required. 12 year olds and older can enroll in the PADI Basic Freediver course and eight year olds and older can enroll in the PADI Skin Diver course.
The PADI Freediver course consists of three main phases:
Knowledge development about freediving principles through independent study with PADI Freediver eLearning.
Two confined water sessions to learn breath-hold techniques as well as static and dynamic apnea. Goal - static apnea of 90 seconds and dynamic apnea of 25 metres/80 feet.
Open water sessions to practice free immersion and constant weight freedives, plus proper buddy procedures. Goal - constant weight freedive of 10 metres/30 feet.
You must be able to either answer NO to all questions on the standard Medical History form or secure a physician’s approval prior to the start of class.
One to one $895 / Two to one $750 per person
STATIC BREATH-HOLD SESSION
Static apnea is first learned on dryland and then experienced and improved in the water. The participant relaxes as much as possible not only to conserve oxygen but to overcome the urge to breathe. On land we start with stretching and warm up, followed by guided breathing to develop breath awareness. Different meditations combined with visualizations are applied for focus and concentration achievement. In the water, the experience involves intervals of guided relaxation and monitored breath holds while floating face up or down. These breathing sessions will help you achieve complete relaxation and mental clarity.
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