Why Moving Limits
Moving Limits is our way of providing a communal answer with a question that is actually very individual: ’Why do I like freediving so much?’
When we try to answer this simple question, everyone in their own shoes, instructors, recordmen, fishermen, yogis, sealovers, we fumble among famous quotes, metaphors, and ancestral calls - almost in the style of the Avatar movie -to primitive relationships with water and to deep connections with the environment.
Every time we bump into such inability to assign a language to this passion that moves us so urgently, we feel that in the answer there is a journey, an experience, a voyage that each one of us carries out with their own resources and talents.
We call this voyage, which is as unique as the traveler who undertakes it, Moving Limits. Movement is the need to change, increase one's potential, one’s self-fulfilment, and the limits are our fear and our desire to explore new places with an open mind and heart.
We are talking about that strong feeling that we experience when we are offshore in the middle of the sea, and, from the surface of the water, we look down into the blue, and we are attracted to the depth and paralysed by fear at the same time.
Our intention is to take you on this beautiful journey.
The way we want to do it
We want to do it by creating an open space, that we have named Open Water, where we can share our motivations, our experiences, the things we have learned, our failures and successes.
A place where important and meaningful conversations are welcome , including different ideas and points of view, assisted by competent contributors that are also critical and independent.
In short, a safe place to find creative solutions to the obstacles we will encounter along the journey.
"He who would search for pearls must dive below"