Freediving coach Emma took up the sport in 2001 and now teaches children and adults from all over the world on her courses, which operate both in the UK and abroad.
She's a founding member of the AIDA International Education Commission and chaired the British Freediving Association between 2004 and 2006, designing the world's first freediving log book.
Currently part of an International Education Workgroup establishing standards and course content, Emma was head of Freediving Education for DeeperBlue until 2009. She's also the author of a book entitled 'One Breath: A Reflection on Freediving.'
Emma was a competitive freediver, coming second in the 2004 Kalymnos International Championships, despite being the only female in the competition.
Emma has practised Iyengar yoga for many years and is a registered reflexologist. She has devised and taught courses on reflexology for diving, breathing for diving, and breath awareness. She lives in the West Country of the UK.