The Breathwork Training for Cyclists Workshop is held in Portsea, on the Mornington Peninsula in southern Australia.
Portsea is steeped in history as a place for high performance training. It was here that Australia’s world famous track and field coach, the late Mr Percy Cerutty MBE based his training camp, ‘Ceres’, for running and athletics, training 1500m and 4-minute mile record breakers including Herb Elliott AC MBE, Betty Cuthbert and John Landy, as well as cyclist Russell Mockridge.
WHERE TO PARK
There is ample parking in Portsea Village, both on and off street. It is recommended to park in the vicinity of the village and Portsea Pier.
HOW LONG BEFORE?
It is recommended to arrive in the town of Portsea as much as one hour before the meeting time, to ensure you don’t get caught in traffic, can find parking, relax, and find where you need to be and make your way to the session with plenty of time to spare. Workshops start on time, so please arrive early to ensure you do not miss out.
TOILETS & CHANGING
There are public toilet and changing facilities at Portsea pier if needed.
Additional information will be provided in your booking email.