Free up your mind and enjoy life below the surface

Our goal is to help open your eyes to the joy and benefits of freediving. Our team is built of passionate ocean lovers with a strong foundation in sustainable spearfishing, photography and all around diving

Freediving is about inward power, discipline and control. If you’ve always wanted to enter the underwater world quietly, on your own terms, staying as long as your breath allows, then freediving is for you.

Live Free Diving is a Florida based business specializing in Freediving and underwater sports. We are devout Ocean/Nature lovers who enjoy sharing our passion with others. Licensed and insured through the Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI), the world’s largest diving organization.

  • Our goal is to help you!
  • Understand the safety and science behind Freediving
  • Increase confidence and breath hold underwater
  • Train your mind to Improve Focus, reduce Distractions, and overcome anxiety
  • Boost mindfulness through meditation techniques used by world class Freedivers

Contact Info

Website: https://www.livefreefreediving.com
Email: [email protected]
Instagram: @livefreediving

Meet The Instructors


Farrell Tiller, Founder

Born and raised in South Florida, Farrell Tiller, naturally developed a love for the underwater world at a young age. Tiller is an avid freediver and spearfishermen with over 12 years of experience on (and under) the water. While attending undergraduate, and later graduate school at Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Tiller founded the FAU Freediving and Spearfishing Club where he served as President for two years. Today, Tiller continues to share his enthusiasm for Freediving is a PADI certified Master Freediver and Freediving Instructor.

Kaleigh McBride, Founder

Kaleigh (Keke) McBride is a native Floridian with roots stemming from the isles of Scotland, Trinidad and Tobago. An Island girl at heart, Keke maintains a passion for the ocean, meditation, yoga and freediving. Keke received advanced freedive training in Kona, Hawaii, where she reached depths of over 130 feet (40 meters). While studying at FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Keke worked as a PADI certified divemaster and SCUBA instructor.

Farrell Tiller & Kaleigh McBride

Kaleigh (Keke) McBride