We know that the rule Number One of scuba diving is “always breathe and never hold your breath” but what about “rule #2”? It really should be “master your buoyancy”!
Whether you want to do outstanding underwater photography for National Geographic or simply be more comfortable underwater when taking your annual vacations in the Caribbean, you want to master your buoyancy skills. You will find that it helps reduce your air consumption while scuba diving and reduces the risk that you damage the coral while scuba diving around.
Of course, if you are thinking about a career in diving as a PADI Divemaster or PADI Scuba Diving Instructor… Well… You must be good at scuba diving before planning on helping others!
As we were working on a new & improved Total Divemaster training program at Total Diving - Montreal Scuba, we came up with something we will be including in this revised Divemaster scuba diving program and, yet, we will also be offering to all scuba divers: A Total Peak Performance Buoyancy Course & Clinic. Consult the press release on this unique recreational and pro-level scuba buoyancy training program.
It’s already available!
There’s another good reason for this program. What else can we do underwater during the Winter in Montreal?!?
Scuba Diving Montreal. With Total Diving. Totally off the wall!