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Freedom at Depth – Reaching beyond a disability

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 21st October 2019

Words by Jill Heinerth There is a stone embedded in the pavement of my old Florida home, the embossed message reads ā€œGravity Sucks.ā€ It is a humble reminder that I find my grace underwater. Frankly, I am a bit awkward on land, having flipped my van, crashed my motorcycle, …

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Feel Good Diving

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 26th October 2011

Wearing a blackout mask Diveheart founder Jim Elliott had an epiphany of the senses. In that tactile moment he understood that diving is not for eyes only. Text by Andrew Leibs ā€“ Photographs Courtesy Diveheart   On the surface, scuba diving seems purely visual. The very phrase conjures images …

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