UK’s first firewalking school set up in Thorney
THE UK’s first firewalking school has been set up in Thorney.
At the academy, people will learn not only how to walk on fire and safely run their own events, but also how to walk barefoot across broken glass, break arrows with their throats and a host of other seemingly impossible activities.
Business coach Steve Consalvez, the only person in the UK to have been trained to master level by the Firewalking Institute of Research and Education (FIRE), plans to run a series of Firewalk Instructor Training (FIT) and ‘Empowerment Intensive’ events.
He said: “What people get from The Empowerment Intensive and Firewalk Instructor Training is an array of challenging experiences, stacked one upon another, in such a way that people realise the possibilities of their potential in just four days.
“At the end of four days, they have a sense of confidence and personal empowerment that no other course in the world can provide.”
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The first Firewalk Instructor Training and Empowerment Intensive training of 2013 will take place from May 23-26.
To book or find out more, call 01733 849999 or email email@example.com
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