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1. Do I actually walk on a flaming fire?
No. By the time you come out of the training seminar the fire bed will have burnt down to hot coals, there will no flames.
2. Does it hurt?
Surprisingly enough, everybody’s firewalking experience is unique to himself or herself. There are very obvious physical reasons why firewalking is possible. These will be explained during the training. The hardest thing to overcome is the fear of taking the first step (as it is a new experience!)
3. What does it feel like?
Opinions vary, a number of people cannot remember having any physical sensation at all about the experience. Some report that it was freezing cold! ‘Like walking on snow’ but others perceive it to be hot!
4. Is it real fire?
Yes, burning at a mean temperature of 800 degrees Celcius! To put it into perspective: paper combusts at 320 degrees, aluminium melts at 660 degrees!
5. What do you burn?
A combination of pine, ash and oak, broken down into a smooth red hot path, 20’ long by 3’ wide.
6. How many steps will it take me??
Depending on your stride length between 4 and 6 steps.
7. Do I have to run?
No. Normal walking pace is sufficient.