Located 15 minutes down the road from the lake, the Berryessa Gap winery is the perfect place for post-freedive food and drinks. Food trucks and live music complement their award-winning wines.
You can also
Bring a friend
Your studio membership comes with a free guest pass every week. Each friend can use a guest pass once, and they must be a certified freediver.
Join pool classes
If you have just completed the Beginner Class, and would like some extra time to practice in the pool before coming to the lake, your membership entitles you to attend as many additional Pool Classes as you like.
Yes. You can't rent gear for these classes. You should own your own gear and be comfortable with it.
Buoys and lanyards are provided. You are welcome to bring your own lanyard if you have one. For safety reasons, you must use the buoys provided.
Yes. You can work towards any level of AIDA certification during these classes, from Level 2 (Intermediate) all the way up to Assistant Instructor and Instructor.
You can see the challenges you need to complete for each level here. It is your responsibility to keep track of the challenges you have left to complete. Once you are ready to complete a challenge, ask one of our instructors to witness you, and we will officially enter it in the AIDA system.
You must be a certified freediver to join these classes, but you don't need to be diving to any particular depth. Your deepest dive can be 5 meters or 50 meters.
You can dive up to 30 meters (100 feet), or, after taking an additional advanced safety certification, up to 60 meters (200 feet).
Class is never cancelled for rain. As freedivers, we are well prepared to get wet, and freediving is beautiful in the rain! Class is only cancelled when conditions are unsafe to proceed. Such conditions include lightning over the lake or wildfires in the hills around.
Your monthly membership payment is billed on the day you start and then monthly thereafter. You can pause or cancel your membership at any time here or by emailing email@example.com.