DiveableBy Cassandra Jones -
Under the sea, you're just like anyone else, totes charity organization Diveable. Miles Hilton-Barber, blind, says diving taught him to, "Go for the limits, go beyond them with the right training and equipment." Diveable offers Try Dives and Certifications at market prices and will cover any additional personal needs through charity funds.Blind water enthusiasts can qualify for a partner and a device that alerts you of depth and conditions. For those without use of their legs, Diveable has designed a weighted seat system and can provide webbed gloves for mobility.
To e-mail Diveable any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0777 277 222.
With Diveable you can trust that you will experience the peace of floating underwater, free of the constrictions of the above ground, and find a certain spirituality as you are suspended in serenity. I've never been diving myself, but I've always thought hearing my breath in a tube echoing in and out, feeling the silk of undulating water make wake beneath my legs, and the quiet--the absolute quiet--of the underwater world to be one of the most pleasantly isolating experiences in my young life.
If you are even slightly piqued at the possibility of diving deep under the water and pushing your limits I urge you to attempt this venture. Diveable can make the process easy and enjoyable, and is worth a visit to satisfy, or perhaps even intensify, your curiosity.
Lots of Limitless Love x