update & freediving
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I am writing this from Paris, where I am training and learning about 1500-years-old Daoist arts of breathing, mind and body-training. More on this and offers regarding it in the next email (in the meantime you can already check out my new page daxuanberlin.com).
What I want to announce in this mail are the freediving courses in Montenegro. Summer is arriving and I got the opportunity to rent a house from a friend, Fabian at the Adriatic Sea for over three months. The house (seaspace.me & freedivebootcamp.com) does not only have walking access to a private bay with crystal clear water but also comes with full freediving equipment. In the future the house will be a co-living space for people to come and work on personal projects while being inspired by the energy of the sea.
So, what is freediving and what are these retreats about?
Freediving for me means breathing calmly on the surface to then pause and descend into the blue. It means to experience being comfortable and feel at home in and under water. Enjoying the blue ocean and how easy it can be to be there without breathing, swimming under the surface.
The freediving courses are based on three important aspects: playing, learning, and exploration. Read more about my approach here: www.brunogiustozzi.com/freediving-approach/
Price for a 6 day Course: 700€ (Including: use of equipment & facility; 5-6 water sessions; breathing, movement and attention practices on land; freediving certification and online course materials; simple, shared accommodation in direct proximity of the sea for 6 nights)
Dates: 20. - 25. June, 15. - 21. August, 5. -11. & 19. - 25. September
Review from last year of one of the participants: “Diving and being at depth was a very special experience with myself and my environment. The colors in the water are very impressive and I learned to feel comfortable and relax on the water's surface and deeply underneath. This changed my perspective of myself, on what I am capable of and what can bring me joy. The mix of relaxation and motivation gave me courage to discover a new world without pressure. This was challenging but also great fun. Also, I enjoyed the great food, the communal and supporting atmosphere and the great conversations in the wonderful nature.”
Contact me if you are interested in joining.
And if you have any questions, feel invited to ask.
Hope you are doing well!