Ashley Levy


PADI Global Community Manager

Recent blog posts written by Ashley Levy

Top Dive Sites in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Top Dive Sites in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

16 August, 2017 at 10:32 am Comments are Disabled

Have you ever been interested in scuba diving in Jamaica? Ocho Rios, or Ochi, is located on the beautiful North East side of the island, in the parish of St. Ann, and is situated near the Jamaican Blue Mountains – and is a thriving tourist area with a beautiful underwater […]

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For PADI, Every Week is Shark Week

For PADI, Every Week is Shark Week

24 July, 2017 at 11:08 am Comments are Disabled

This week marks the 29th season of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, appearing in more than 220 countries and territories around the world – a clear sign that it’s the perfect opportunity for PADI® to rally public support for shark conservation. Although the media (and most certainly Shark Week) have played […]

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Humanities Plastic Addition: Saving Our Ocean

Humanities Plastic Addition: Saving Our Ocean

14 November, 2016 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Guest Blogger: Joe Thomas Plastic is having a devastating effect on our oceans, our wildlife and ultimately on us as a human species. The introduction of plastic in the 20th century has led us to become increasingly reliant on its use and now a large percentage of almost everything we […]

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Scuba Equipment for Gear Heads

Scuba Equipment for Gear Heads

28 October, 2016 at 3:25 pm Comments are Disabled

Article written by David Espinosa Being finished with your PADI® Open Water Diver course means two things: more opportunities for learning, which leads to more opportunities for buying scuba equipment. If you’re gear heads like us, PADI offers a number of advanced courses and specialties that’ll have you exploring more […]

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How to Enhance Your Scuba Diving Experience With Yoga

How to Enhance Your Scuba Diving Experience With Yoga

27 October, 2016 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

Article written by Amanda Parr Like most divers, I naturally felt some apprehension when first learning how to dive. With all the cumbersome gear, awkward movements, and unfamiliar sensations, scuba diving can be a bit stressful in the beginning. Even experienced divers can face stress and anxiety at times, like […]

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How Being a PADI Pro Leads to Unexpected Adventures Abroad

How Being a PADI Pro Leads to Unexpected Adventures Abroad

17 October, 2016 at 4:58 am Comments are Disabled

By Adam Maire Working as PADI professionals for several years, my girlfriend Christine and I have been lucky to work for many great dive companies and have had some fantastic adventures worldwide. We both started working in the dive industry to have our days spent playing in the ocean and […]

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