Texas Dive Shop Offers A Mythical Experience With Mermaid Swim Course

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Only five percent of the world’s ocean has been explored and charted, leaving the remaining 95 unknown. All sorts of underwater creatures have yet to be discovered and the possibility of what could be out there is endless. From glow in the dark fish to the world’s biggest whales to even mythological creatures such as mermaids.

The legend of mermaids and mermen began as a European folklore and has evolved ever since. Mermaids have found themselves in children’s stories, games, and even into a famous Disney princess named Ariel from the movie “The Little Mermaid”. 

The idea of becoming a mermaid has been every kid’s dream. Swimming around with a long, gorgeous tail instead of legs was originally only possible in a game of pretend or imagination. Now, there are options available for people of all ages to slip into an actual mermaid tail in the water. At Scuba Adventures, juniors ages 6-14 and teens ages 15 and up can become mermaids and mermen. 

The introductory Discover Mermaids class at Scuba Adventures is where most students will start their journey of becoming a mermaid. The one-hour, $45 class will be guided by an instructor and will teach students the basic motions of what it’s like to be a mermaid and allow students to become familiar with their tails.

After completing the Discover Mermaids class, students are encouraged to continue their mermaid journey with Scuba Adventure’s other advanced mermaid courses.

Scuba Adventures offers three different mermaid courses: Discover Mermaids, Mermaid Class, and a Siren Class. Each class is designed to teach skills to achieve cool surface tricks, muscle control and exercises that will allow students to safely swim in Scuba Adventures’ heated, indoor pool in their mermaid tails.

Learn more at: https://www.scubaplano.com/

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