With us, you can also experience water therapy, which helps improve physical fitness and mental health, especially for people with disabilities. With professional instructors and aquatic therapists, we provide life-transforming support and rehabilitation. Our mission is to combine a passion for diving with a commitment to health and well-being. Join us and discover how water can help you achieve physical and mental balance.

Our volunteers

Edyta Świtała

I am a therapist and preschool teacher by day - I color the world and children's dreams! I also do therapy with high school students.

I am a teacher with many years of experience, with various courses and workshops to my credit, loves my work. Privately, I love reading, visiting art galleries, listening to Polish rock, spending active time walking in the mountains, kayaking, cycling. And moreover, I love water - it gives me strength, peace and relaxation! I am also passionate about volunteering and scuba diving, as well as seeking new challenges and opportunities.

Patryk Barczyński “Patrol”

Born 2007

Since childhood, his favorite environments have been airspace and water. Lover of aviation, diving, skiing and surfing. Infects with optimism, smiles expert in equipment configuration theory and diving physics.

Diver, student, participant in many diving projects and camps. Volunteer associated with the foundation since 2019.

Patryk Barczyński “Barry”

Born 1974.

He used to spend his time in extremis, serving at home and abroad in one of the special units. Today, he spends his time enjoying family water sports and cycling trips, as well as participating in diving projects.

Diver, WOPR lifeguard and battlefield rescuer, shooting and self-defense instructor. Volunteer with the foundation since 2019.

Magdalena Hilger

A pediatrician and endocrinologist by day, she works with children and adults, and combines her work with her passion because she enjoys learning and helping others.

He recharges his batteries while traveling and during various sports activities scuba diving, tennis, pilates, dog walking, walking in the mountains. He loves people and new challenges. In and under the water she finds peace, tranquility and mental balance.

Krzysztof Dąbrowski "Krzychu"

I have been involved with water since childhood, through swimming to becoming a diver.

Interested in biology, chemistry and physical aspects of diving. I try to convey a smile and bring a good atmosphere to the classes Diver, participant in many diving camps and trips.

Volunteer associated with the foundation since 2019.

Szymon Araszewicz

Diver since 2018.

In addition to diving, my interests include mathematics, TTRPG games, and in my free time I like to read books and further my education. In my classes I try to impart all the knowledge I have.

I approach diving with caution and calmness, and under water I find relaxation and an opportunity to unwind from the outside world.

Małgorzata Samborska

Gosia, an extreme sports enthusiast and underwater archaeologist by training.

By day, a marketer by vocation. However, the biggest force that drives me to action is working with people. And if it is working in the water, there is no other field that gives me so much joy and satisfaction. The opportunity to participate in volunteer work is not only about working with and for people.

Above all, it's about doing something together that has meaning and that breeds bonds and friendships for years to come.

Water therapy - rehabilitation

Water therapy is a modern form of physiotherapy. Individual classes for children and adults are conducted by specialized physiotherapists. Rehabilitation in water allows faster recovery, supports development (among children) and teaches appropriate movement patterns to disabled people, thus giving them a chance to function better in everyday life.

Method of operation

Using the physical properties of water, its temperature (a minimum of 31 degrees Celsius), it is possible to have an excellent effect on reducing muscle tension, increasing joint mobility or muscle strength. In addition, in an aquatic environment, it is easier to learn many activities such as alternation or coordination, and breathing exercises support the learning of speech and improve the efficiency of the body.Very often water is the only environment in which a swimmer, due to his disability, can feel independent and therefore happy.