Firewalking

Your thoughts impact your whole life!

What should I expect from a firewalk?

What to bring and wear

  • Bring a comfortable lawn chair or blanket
  • Drinking water
  • Old towel (your feet will be dirty)
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Pants that may be rolled up (or wear shorts)
  • Skirts are okay (but no ankle length skirts or dresses)
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Clean socks-optional (your feet will be dirty)
  • Good intentions and brave soul

 

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).

 

Pay Attention

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.

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