ABOUT LEARN TO MEDITATE: Every action is the result of a thought, whether we are conscious of it or not. If we want to change the outcome of our actions, in this case, improve our dive performance, the most effective way is to begin to train our mind to think in different ways.
Learning to meditate is simple, and even short times sitting can pay huge benefits, if the practice is regular. With just three minutes a day, every day, you will notice the changes within just a week or two. This meditation makes it easy to do by giving your mind something to focus on, and it connects you deeply with yourself and begins to improve your body awareness too!
Success lies less in how long, and more in how often - if you can commit to meditate just once every day, you cannot fail to begin to reap the rewards in a very short period of time.
DISCLAIMER: Neither this video nor any of these Yoga for Freediving courses are intended as a replacement for any of the internationally recognised freediving certification programmes, and should never be used as such. If you do not have a recognised freediving certification it is recommended that you complete a basic training with a certified instructor before practicing any freediving exercises in the water. This programme is intended as a complement and enhancement to traditional freediving training methods, not a replacement.
These video courses do not qualify you in any way to freedive. Neither Sara Campbell nor Discover Your Depths takes responsibility, nor will be held liable for, any accidents or injuries sustained through freediving or any of the exercises taught in these courses.
It is recommended that you seek medical permission before commencing any yoga or freediving training. And as with all physical exercise, please ensure that at all times you listen to your body, train conservatively and NEVER DIVE ALONE.
Have fun, and keep your training safe, conservative and enjoyable.