Explore the space between two breaths
Erez Has been a Professional FreeDiver for many years. He has held the world record for “Unassisted FreeDiving”, can freedive to depths of over 70m and can hold his breath for over 8 Minutes! To do that Erez had to develop strategies for maintaining focus while under immense pressure.
In a career spanning two decades Erez is one of the world’s most experienced Freediving instructors and trainers. He has worked with thousands of FreeDivers and world class athletes to enable them to achieve their goals.
From a background of Swim Training and Hydrotherapy (rehabilitation in water) Erez incorporates his vast knowledge of human physiology, sport science and medicine with his experience as a world class athlete.
Erez has the ability to engage and hold the attention of any audience regardless of whether it is a group of 20 or 200. His talks combine humour with powerful visuals and a strong message. Erez has delivered talks in diverse settings such as Universities, Clubs, Companies, Sport institutes, Armed forces and many others.
Since his arrival in Australia 10 years ago Erez has worked on developing the field Freediving and has established Australia’s largest school which later evolved into an international agency. His Safety talks are an integral part of many freediving and spearfishing educational programs around the world.
Erez speaks about Freediving and how it can be compared with the more conventional world. His talks spark interest in personal growth and leave the audience reflecting on how they would want to live their life.Erez will meet with your team prior to the talk to hear about the desired outcome and will customise the presentation accordingly.
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Have you ever wondered how can a human being hold his breath for over 8 minutes and experience no brain damage? dive, unassisted, to depths of over 214m on a single breath? FreeDiving is one of the most unique sports in the world. We are only now beginning to understand the physiological and psychological limits of the human body and with these discoveries new possibilities open. This talk focuses on the history of Freediving -from the Japanese sponge divers through navy divers and all the way to the recent competitive world of Breath hold diving. We will introduce the dive response which allows Freedivers to survive dives of over 100m and how these adaptations were discovered. Through amazing visuals and fascinating stories, Erez will share his path from discovering the sport to breaking the world record in 2001. The participants will learn techniques to increase breathing efficiency and will experiment with breath-hold. Once participants discover they can control their most basic functions – everything is possible.
Do you want to create a more productive and harmonious workplace? Benefits: Simple, easy to master, result oriented tools for enhancing productivity by Improving focus, relaxation and breath efficiency. promote relaxed and flexible staff able of providing service / results. Reduce absenteeism due to high moral and energy. Reduce stress levels in the team to increase productivity. In this talk, erez will shed light on the various aspects of breathing and its effect on all the systems in our body, including the way our senses get affected by inefficient breathing. We will introduce performance limiting and performance enhancing mechanisms and will develop strategies that will enable each individual member of the team to perform at his /her peak by streamlining the breathing process. Topics covered: Breathing physiology Breathing as a habit The full breath Maximising your breath potential Breathing for stress management Performance limiting factors / Performance enhancing factors Visualisation techniques for reducing stress and improving Self image. Breathhold training- introduction to the sport of Freediving By the end of the talk the participants will have a much better understanding of their breathing, ways to control stress and practical ways to measure and reduce stress.
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