Similar to tickling a bear without losing an arm, the art of breathing underwater requires years of practice and dedication. Introduce your lungs to aqueous awareness with this Groupon.
$22 for a Discover Scuba Class ($45 Value)
PADI-certified instructors trained in first aid and CPR guide three to nine students through the tenets of basic scuba diving in the safe, shallow waters of a pool. During one hour of water-bound instruction, pupils learn safety rules and rudimentary skills. All equipment is included with the cost of this deal; clients only need to bring a swimsuit and towel. Groupon customers also receive $30 off scuba certification if purchased the day of their class.
At Underwater Connection, southeast Wisconsin’s only PADI five-star instructor-training center, an award-winning course director and a team of skilled instructors educate both undersea novices and emergency-service professionals in the art of scuba diving. Following safe, low-stress basic diving courses in a pool, teachers and students move to the open water to cover techniques that include rebreathing, underwater videography, and recovering toy-boat wrecks from flooded bathtubs. Underwater Connection provides all equipment for classes, relying on its factory-trained equipment mechanics and Aqualung Master Technician, who refill tanks and do in-house repairs on gear from brands such as Dive Rite, Poseidon, Oceanic, Aqua Lung, and Scubapro.
100% of 22 customers recommend
“Instructor was great. Very knowledgeable. Enjoyed the experience.”
“Wonderful customer service and support”
“Our instructor (I think his name was Jon) was so patient with us. My friend started having a panic attack. He was very patient and helped her slowly be able to inch...”
“Our instructor (I think his name was Jon) was so patient with us. My friend started having a panic attack. He was very patient and helped her slowly be able to inch toward the deep end of the pool. The instructor even took photos on our cell phones for us so we could show our friends. A wonderful experience.”