Why are we having a Firewalk Symposium?

Professional organisations hold conferences and symposiums as a way to keep their ears to the ground, learn the new “tricks of the trade” and what rules of thumbs never to fiddle with. These events are where new alliances are made and new business ideas are born. It’s where you party with your peers and get to know the juiciest gossip.

The time has come for Firewalkers to have their own annual Symposium. No matter who trained you, nor where or when. If you are a Firewalk Instructor that is out there to sell your Firewalking service, this symposium is for you.

This symposium is also open to those drawn to the Fire as well as those interested or working in the fields of Empowerment, Coaching and Personal Development.

  • For the very first time an exchange of knowledge between all major Firewalking Schools
  • A unique opportunity to strengthen and deepen your network for new business possibilities
  • Adding a new layer of professionalism to the Firewalking Industry
  • Have fun and celebrate the joy of Firewalking

By bringing together leading experts, with years of experience, from across the world, attending this Symposium will help aspiring Firewalk Instructors improve their service and marketing. By attending you will increase and strengthen your network. Best of all, we can celebrate together with three evenings of truly inspiring and outstanding Firewalks.

The speakers at the 1st International Symposium come from all the major Firewalking Schools. This is the very first time that they will present their unique knowledge at the same place.  This is your chance to get that new perspective that can rocket your Firewalking career.

The Symposium is not only about sharing knowledge. It is also about creating the future for the Firewalking Service.

Where is the Firewalking market heading? Where is out of the box now? What will nourish our clients today? It might not be the same as what nourished them yesterday. For us that own a Firewalking business, and sell Firewalking as a service, it’s important to understand where the attraction is in Firewalking. The doors leading into a Firewalk will always change depending on culture and time. We have to point people to that door!

Most people who come to a Firewalk are looking for something profound. But profound today is not the same as it was 40 years ago when the movement we all are part of took off.

Working with a timeless tool, we still need to be able to attract Firewalkers to our events.

Lets work together to define the next 40 years!

See you in Riga!

The Symposium Team