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We are. . . looking forward to teaching you to scuba dive in 2021

Dec 31, 2020 | Recreational Diving, We Are. . .

We are. . . looking forward to teaching you to scuba dive in 2021, so why should you learn to dive  with Rec2Tec Diving in 2021?

Are you fed up with feeling like life is on hold and that fun stuff is out of reach at the moment with the various pandemic restrictions, your scuba diving adventure can start now!

Rec2Tec Diving take advice and guidance from National Bodies, and as such diver safety is at the forefront of the teaching we do, and in line with Government advice. 

Instructor Lead eLearning

Start your adventure from the comfort of your own home, with PADI eLearning and instructor lead theory knowledge, as soon as COVID restrictions allow pool lessons and open water lessons will begin, you could be qualified as a PADI diver in time for summer!

Start your adventure, learn an exciting new skill and meet friendly like-minded people. The current restrictions do not have to stop you getting started.

Mental and Physical Health

Scuba diving benefits your body and mind. 2020 has taught us the importance of looking after ourselves and others. To be kind, prioritise mental health and listening to our body.  Physically, scuba diving is a great way to stay active without the need for a gym. Scuba diving is low impact and calming, scuba diving is a great way to get out and about without tiring out completely!

A study by the University of Sheffield’s Medical School, has proved that scuba diving improves levels of anxiety, depression and social functioning, as well as a reduction in insomnia. As a diver you will focus on your breathing, combined with the peacefulness of the underwater world and social aspect of diving, learning to dive could improve your mental health.

Project Aware

Stand up for the Ocean – use your voice to drive positive change, as the world moves forward you can be part of the ever-louder voice of the ocean.

Assume Responsibility – take direct responsibility for ocean health and act as stewards above and below the surface.

Dive with a Purpose – every dive is an opportunity to collect vital data that can be used to inform future protection measures for the ocean.

A study by the University of Sheffield’s Medical School, has proved that scuba diving improves levels of anxiety, depression and social functioning, as well as a reduction in insomnia. As a diver you will focus on your breathing, combined with the peacefulness of the underwater world and social aspect of diving, learning to dive could improve your mental health.

We are. . . community

Rec2Tec Diving is more than just a training centre, we are a community. As a diver you also join a global community, hundreds of thousands of people around the world are connected through diving. You can show up at a dive club anywhere in the world and there will be someone to dive with, you have a common interest which overcomes any language barriers.

Life Changing

If learning to dive was not enough of an amazing experience – your first breath underwater, weightlessness and calmness of being underwater, scuba diving offers adventure, opportunity, friendship and fun like no other past time.

Adventure

Every ‘100 things to do before you die’ has a diving adventure on it, be it the warm waters of a tropical destination, the WW1 wrecks of Scapa Flow, tectonic plates in Iceland – a scuba diving adventure exists for you!

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