IDDA (International Disabled Divers Association) und IAHD (International Association of Handicapped Divers) trained Diving InstructorsA FEW WORDS!
Especially for people with disabilities, sports diving holds an immense potential for positive influences – both physiologically and psychologically.
- retainment and development of individual movement functions/motorskills.
- muscle tissue
- increase in self-convidence
- increasing your own abiities
- social contacts (diving is a partnersport)
Wheelchair users can experience a real, unexpected freedom of movement in a new dimension. Diving as a sport also proves to be an underestimated therapy for rehabilitation – up to a measure that conventional kinesiatrics cannot reach.
In summary, we can conclude:
For this group of people – diving is a real Sport of Integration!
Foreword: We do offer an extensive programme for interested people. Our instructors are qualified under IDDA (International Disabled Divers Assiciation ) and IAHD (International Association of Divers with Disablities) guidlines/standards. You will be in good hands!
Every course will be held on a 1 to 1 basis so the instructor can adapt to the needs of the individual.
At this point we are very pleased to introduce a young diving organisation which has dedicated their knowledge and teaching abilities to divers with disabilities.