Original underwater tricks: Bubble Ring Circles take new shapes by free diver Mermaid Melissa at Sea World

Original underwater tricks: Bubble Ring Circles take new shapes by free diver Mermaid Melissa at Sea World

Mermaid Melissa has spent the equivalent to years underwater as a full time underwater performer and over 8 year career at Sea World Orlando, Florida.
In an example of original tricks and skills underwater, she demonstrates how she can control the speed, patterned, shapes, and contortion bubble ring circles. While many have seen a steady stream of solid bubble rings from scuba divers, few have seen an artistic approach in exhaling on one breath an array of dancing bubbles viewable for all the guest who visit Melissa swimming in the aquarium at Sea World and other venues as both human diver and the worlds leading mermaid performer in aquarium showcases.
Her inspiration she claims steams from the years of working with dolphins, and watching how they are able to defy the laws of physics in the way the can move and shape bubble spitting them out sideways from their blowhole which is where they breath from on top of their head. Having never seen another human make shapes with bubble rings, she hope it can lead to new directions to showcase they years spend underwater training, for a larger scale showcase for all the world to see perhaps even on TV.