Bubbles, I all hear are bubbles. The rhythmic sound of my breathing puts me into a trance as I glide through the ocean blue. There is no other place in the world I would rather be than exploring beneath the sea. I was introduced to scuba diving around the age of 10 years old. Ever since then I have been fascinated by all things scuba. It doesn’t stop there. I love to share my passion for diving with anyone who will listen or take the time to look at some of my photographs.
My passion for diving has given me the opportunity to explore another world beneath the waves. A world where people are visitors, a world where new discoveries are common, a world where gravity can be challenged and you can fly. I want to change my life and become a PADI instructor because I want to be able to share the other 70% of the world where most people only get a glimpse of the surface. I want to expose them to the beauty of a coral reef, to the beauty of a kelp forest, to the agility of pinniped, or to the grace and strength of a shark.
My life has been changed as a result of being exposed to the world beneath the sea. I want to be able to do the same for others and at the same time develop other stewards of the sea. The more passionate divers the world has the better success we as humans will have at protecting our oceans. As a PADI dive master I have already had first had experience in teaching and assisting new divers, but I want to expand on my experience and become a PADI instructor and have a greater impact on the lives of those considering diving.
I consider myself to be the adventurous type, but not the solo type. I can’t think of a better way to expose other people the adventurous underwater world than to be a PADI instructor, go all the way and live the dream. I have already left the life of 9-5 behind me after 9 plus years of living the corporate way of life. I want to be able to wake up, be excited to go to work, and jump into Mother Nature’s pool.
I want to live the life of a PADI instructor. I want to make an impact on people’s lives. I want to be able to teach new divers not only the skills required to be a PADI diver, but to teach them to be good stewards of the sea and share that information and their experiences to bring new divers into the fold. I want to be a PADI instructor because I want to make a difference. I want to change my life and become a PADI instructor to live my dream. Here’s to lots of bubbles with Blue Season Bali!
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