Monofin Freediver

$395.00

Monofin Freediver

Prerequisites

To enrol in this course an individual must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older(16 years with parent or guardian consent).
  • Have completed the AIDA 2 Freediver certification or AIDA 2 Pool Freediver certification or equivalent.
  • Have completed the AIDA Medical Form.
  • Have completed the Liability Release form.

Purpose

This one day course in total is an introduction to monofin swimming covering the necessary skills, techniques and knowledge necessary to start using the freediving monofin efficiently.  Students will be introduced to different approaches to freediving with a monofin, exercises designed to work on style and training programs to develop strength, flexibility and skill in using the monofin. The course consists of three components. The first component is knowledge development in the classroom of approximately 2 hours. The second component is either pool based or confined water based (in a protected area in the ocean) practicing monofin freediving skills. This session is about 2 hours. Students have the option of completing the  third and final component in the pool/confined water or the ocean. If the student wishes to undertake the final session in the ocean the student will also need to purchase an Ocean Fun Day session.

This freediving specialisation is typically offered on a one on one basis to individual students and is based on demand. While the use of monofins are encouraged it is still possible to undertake the course using smaller bifins and regular bifins. Please contact us to arrange suitable training times and dates.

Certification

On successful completion of this course the student is awarded the AIDA Monofin Freediver certification and is registered on the AIDA website Education Online System (EOS).

Medical Conditions

If you tick “Yes” to any medical conditions on the medical form you must see your General Practitioner prior to attending your course. Download Medical Form Here. Please complete the Medical Form and present to your Instructor at the beginning of your course.