DDI booth 4229 at DEMA

 

12-13 SEPT. 2015

 

   

DDI is a DAN Corporate Partner

 DDI is a DAN corporate partner

DAN Parter ID "346432" 

 

DDI is EUF certified

DDI Certificate EUF CB 2011 003

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Why Scuba-Diving?

Scuba diving has shown numerous advantages as a social and physical rehabilitation of disabled individuals, allowing them to interact in a near weightless state, with many feeling that the normal obstacles and restrictions their disability gives them on land, disappears in water when given the right equipment and training.

 

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As a diving professional the work with disabled divers is also rewarding as the students share their excitement and joy .

– I’m a scuba-diver professional, I LOVE SCUBA!!!  And I also dive with disable divers, perhaps because not many years ago, I was very much disable  my self.. wit very little hope, no movement, linked to a wheelchair  and with a lot of pain… little did I know about scuba…

QUESTION :WHY DO PEOPLE GO SCUBA DIVING? WHAT IS THE FUZZ ABOUT???

ANSWER: People (including me) go SCUBA diving because it's fun! It's like taking a walk through a beautiful forest, only the "forest" in question is underwater. It's an awesome experience!!! It's magic, and It's relaxing, you meet great people!  (awesome people !!!! ) You excise without noticing! - and best of all; Scuba-diving is for everyone!!! Minimum. Requirement is 10 years old – there is no maximum.. And I’m telling you I once dived with a gentleman that was almost 90 years old !!!  It's like a "vitamin-injection" for the soul and vitality for all of the above.. I really have not had any such experience anywhere else in the world..Gliding though this amazing "spellbound" aquatic life - that only "once you become a scuba-diver" you would understand" and there is no way back:)  that at times almost feels like a Fairytale - and you, your friends, family or loved ones  can be part of it Humørikonet like

So what’s holding you back???? - Let's go scuba- diving...

 

 

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