Event Category: Talks/Workshops
Listed by Barry Collins
This event provides the opportunity for you, to raise funds for a cause or charity that you choose.
However this event not only gives you the opportunity to do good by raising funds for a deserving cause, but to expand your own mind, and to discover just how much you are truly capable of.
During the seminar you will learn:
Fear cannot only be controlled, but eliminated altogether
All the resources you need to move forward in life are already within you
To reconnect with your own inner confidence
The skills and attitude to experience the Phoenix Firewalk
You will be helped to create in yourself the optimum state for change, so that when you are ready, you too, like the Phoenix, can emerge from the ashes renewed, leaving unwanted patterns of behaviour and beliefs in your past!
The act of Firewalking goes back thousands of years, sometimes used as a rite of passage, a test of one’s courage and strength, or in religion as a demonstratino of one’s faith. Whatever your motivation, if you choose to take the Phoenix Firewalk, the way you feel after just 6 short steps, will stay with you, empowering you and reminding you of your infinite potential.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
The minimum age limit for this event is 18 years. There is no upper limit, simply that you are able to walk unsupported.
Is it Firewalking safe?
This is NOT something you should try at home. Barry is a Master Firewalking Trainer, and Marina is a firewalking Instructor, both certified by The Firewalking Centre, The home of Tolly Burkan, and they take every step to ensure your safety.
Are spectators allowed?
The seminar is for delegates only, however spectators are welcomed and encouraged for the Pheonix Firewalk. During the course of the evening, delegates will be updated as to when that is likely to be, so that they can call / text family and friends with a more accurate time, but we would expect the walk to take place approx 90 mins into the event. Please advise spectators however that for the safety of both themselves and the walkers they must follow instructions given by the event team.