Fire is known to be stubborn and temperamental, being the muse behind catchy songs by The Doors and devouring chunks of wood and squishy marshmallows in minutes. Show that fire whose boss with a fire walking experience at Peak Performance Technologies for R299.
At Peak Performance Technologies, the highly trained fire walking instructors promise to give you all the tools you need to face your fears and achieve your goals. They believe that the mind is very powerful and can allow amazing things to happen when you are pushed to the limits. At Peak Performance technologies Kevin Montes, who studied fire walking under the great Tolly Burkan in Los Angeles and obtained a certificate from the Fire walking Institute of Research and Education in California, will train you to use your mind to achieve the unobtainable.
Fire has been used for centuries for warmth and retelling stories about deer and rabbits named Bartholomew. The act of walking on fire dates back to India in 1200 B.C. and cultures across the globe, from Greece to China, used fire walking for rites of healing, initiation, and faith. Walking across these piping hot coals with ease is mind over matter, which is why the experts at Peak Performance Technologies will hone your mind to conquer your fears head on.
During a fire walk, the coals are heated to about 648 degrees Celsius and higher and the use of a pyrometer verifies the heat. The coal beds on which you will walk on at Peak Performance Technologies will be between 8 and 12 feet long. Your safety is ensured at all times so you can rest assured that the experts at Peak Performance Technologies are more than capable. This ancient ritual will give you a great sense of achievement, having done what many deem the unthinkable. If a usual weekend is spent fiercely doing Sudoku on your couch and watching reruns of The Love Boat, this Groupon will surely break your routine and inject some adventure into your life.
Fire fact: Fire walking has also given rise to fire dancing in New Delhi, where people form a conga line and dance to Bollywood songs across heated coals.