Inma Marín is an SSI Instructor Trainer, an XR Hypoxic Trimix Instructor, a Cave Diving Instructor and a Freediving Instructor. She is passionate about diving in general and particularly passionate about teaching.
Inma has been working in the diving industry since 2004, first in diving centers in the south of Spain, and now in her own diving center which was set up in 2020. She is focused on teaching with a commitment to do it in the safest, most fun way possible.
Inma continually sets new goals to never stop learning and enjoying what she loves most, diving and freediving, allowing her to open new doors of learning which she can then use in her teaching.
She is fascinated by submerged history, and has participated in several explorations of wartime wrecks discovered off the coast of south-east Spain. As well as this, she enjoys delving into the interior of the earth, discovering new caves and formations created over thousands of years: "The wonders that can be found in caves are amazing" she says.
Freediving is a way of connecting with oneself, and this is something she transmits to her students. It is the most natural way of entering in contact with our own souls and discovering our fears in order to learn how to manage them.
Another of her passions is helping people with reduced mobility discover the water. For Inma, the underwater world has no barriers.