Your thoughts impact your whole life!
What to bring and wear
More than 2,000,000 people from around the world have walked on fire.
This is both an experience for your spirit, self-awareness and empowerment.
Bring your you good intentions, vision, and goals.
Even those who choose not to walk learn from the experience. Walking the fire is strictly a personal decision. You may choose at any time to stop (as long as you are not in the middle of the coal bed).
Firewalking is a metaphor for all our life’s challenges. When you are at the workshop pay attention to everything that is happening. Pay attention to your body, your thoughts and feelings.
Q & A
Q. How do I walk on fire?
A. The complete process, what to do and expect will be completely explained before the walk.
Q. What is the temperature of the coals?
A: Usually about 900 to 1,100 degrees
Q. Have people been injured during a Firewalk?
A. Yes, rarely. To my knowledge over 2 million people have walked on the coals and 54 have been seriously inured.
Q. What if I change my mind?
A. You can change your mind at any time. The Firewalk is optional, it is a personal decision. We only ask that you learn from your experience.
Q. What does it feel like?
A. Every fire is different each time. What I tell people to prepare for is similar to the what you feel walking across a paved parking lot or the hot beach sand in mid summer.
Q. Can I walk more then once?
A. It depends on the size of the group. Often people can walk up to 2 or sometimes 3 times.
Q. Will I have to sign a waver?
A. Yes every attendee walking or observing must sign a Release Form.
Q. If I am watching why must I sign a Release Form?
A. Several reasons, the most important is many observers decide at the last minute to walk and we want to avoid disruptions once we begin.
Q. Can I talk pictures?
A. We will have a professional photographer taking pictures and they will be available at a reasonable price after the walk. Two reasons, without the right equipment the photos rarely come out good, and we do not want anyone startled by others taking pictures.