Firewalking Seminars: How To Organize An Event

Jun 13 21:00 2004 Denver Dobbins Print This Article

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So you’ve heard about the benefits of firewalking for motivation,Guest Posting growth and empowerment. You’ve also seen it used by major corporations like Microsoft, American Express and U-haul. Now you find yourself asking, “How can I attend a firewalk myself?” Well, luckily, there are lots of options for you.
Many Certified Firewalk Instructors lead public firewalks from time to time throughout the year in order to promote firewalking as well as keep themselves from getting rusty. Many do this as a means of giving back to something that has changed and enriched their lives so much. This is a great option for you if you want to see what it’s all about with minimal commitment to the process. If this sounds like what you’re looking for, then the best thing to do is contact a local firewalking Instructor and inquire as to when their next public workshop is going to be. Chances are you wont find them in your local yellow pages as it isn’t a cost effective advertising medium for most Instructors. Checking your local bulletin boards or new age shops is a great start. Also, searching through a search engine such as Google will land you many contacts as well. With over 2000 Certified Firewalk Instructors nationwide (In the US alone!) there should be one available to you within a reasonable travel distance.
Another great alternative is to contract a firewalk Instructor to lead a firewalk for you that you organize yourself. The major benefit to this route is that beyond being able to attend a firewalk yourself, you can charge a nominal fee to all of your guests as well, enabling you to make a great profit off of it as well!
To get the ball rolling on this process, you’ll need to find a Certified Firewalk Instructor that you feel is in alignment with the message or structure of your group. Again, the best place to start here is by searching through Google or Yahoo to find Certified Instructors. Luckily, if you’re going this route you’re no longer limited to an Instructor located near you as many Instructors factor in travel costs into their fee. This means you have a HUGE number of Instructors to choose from. Some other great resources to find Instructors are available at my website, located at: or or at Peggy Dylan’s (The Founder of the modern firewalking movement.) website .
You’ll need to keep in mind that in addition to their fee you’ll need to supply a few things, such as wood, other supplies, and perhaps even travel / lodging. But even after all these items are paid for, you’re still likely to make a nice sum of money for your time and promotion.
Good luck in your quest to experience the joys and greatness of firewalking, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly at .

Cheers, and happy firewalking!

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Denver Dobbins
Denver Dobbins

Denver Dobbins is a Sundoor Certified Firewalk Instructor. He currently resides in Albuquerque New Mexico, but leads firewalks for groups of all sizes nation wide.

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