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Freediving Courses in the Sth Pacific?

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swivel

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Does anyone know of any agencies, groups, shops etc offering well recognised freediving instruction anywhere in the Sth Pacific around October? I will have done an introductory constant weight course in Australia by then and currently do 30m on a good day with a static of 4mins+ but want some good instruction to extend this and can't afford a trip to the Northern Hemisphere.

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Swivel
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miguelito

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Hey mate,
Kirk Krack and performance freediving just had one in Kona. Unfortunately you missed it but I'm sure he'll have another one soon. If you are a beginner it is definitely worth attending.
Cheers!
 
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