Sundoor certified firewalking instructor training
11th – 16th May 2024: Angus, Scotland
Sundoor certified firewalking instructor training
I know you are here to make a difference in the world and I am excited to support your dream.
11th – 16th May 2024: Angus, Scotland
When you lead a firewalk you have the most transformative training in the palm of your hands, which can change a humans life forever, in just a few hours!
We are honored to offer the world’s best, longest running and most comprehensive Firewalk Instructor Certification Training available, now as a 6-day stand alone training, without pre-requisites, qualifying you as a SUNDOOR Firewalk Instructor.
5pm on the 11th – 2pm on the 16th May 2024 – 6 days & 5 nights
Our training will give you all the information, skill, tools, support and the network you need to successfully incorporate the firewalk into your own workshops and events!
A powerful and complete 6-day stand alone course. In this masterfully crafted training you will learn all the skills necessary to lead a firewalk and propel others toward realising their own potential through the life-enhancing experience of walking on fire. You will also learn to facilitate arrow-breaking with the throat and re-bar bending.
Sundoor has crafted the Firewalking Instructor’s Certification into a personal coaching workshop, giving leadership success, mentoring and inspiration.
We will give you as much personal experience with the fire as possible and guide you through the process of becoming the best equipped, confident, capable and inspiring Firewalk Instructor you can be!
During this training, you will learn everything from wood types, how to build fires, coal beds, tending the fire, raking the fire out, presentation skills and workshop scheduling.
This course will give you all the information you need, the skills, the tools, the support and the network you need to successfully run your own Firewalking events.
This training is Sundoor certified, Sundoor is the original school for Firewalking, led by Peggy Dylan, considered to be the mother of a Firewalking.
On the certification training, you will be authorised to lead firewalks to your groups, you’ll have access to the exclusive graduates forum which hosts lots of information.
You will be equipped to take any of the tools into your world, whether it’s for raising money for charities, leading workshops within businesses, spiritual workshops or running your own empowerment events.
We have the honor of conducting our training in a fabulous countryside retreat in Angus (pictures coming soon). You’ll see it’s truly stunning!
You are part of a small group purposely so you can get the deep learning, time to practically understand, to grow, to connect with the fire and to feel ready to lead your own heart led life changing firewalk programmes.
This residential training means you get to totally focus on your growth.
Your home for the training
Imagine becoming a Transformational Firewalking Instructor in our dedicated residential training retreat in the heart of the magical countryside of Angus, SCOTLAND
This ideal environment is dedicated to your learning, growth and transformation, enveloped with the gentle sounds of mother nature and the stunning famous uninterrupted vivid wild skies.
The Healing Power of Leading Firewalks
Deepa Sapra shares
Rebar Bend, Arrow Break & Firewalk
Powerful exercises to achieve incredible breakthroughs
You can call me 07795 634 671
or drop me a note and we will arrange a call.
You are never placed under any pressure to book.
- We have an exploratory conversation, so we can see if this course fulfills your desires.
- If it does, I’ll then invite you to make your booking with a code.
- You then secure your place with your deposit.
- We get excited.
Sundoor Firewalking & Empowerment Instructor Course = £2,100
Deposit of £495 upon booking.
Payment plans are available.
5 nights & 6 days accommodation and all your meals with teas & coffees = £550
The training is being held at a beautiful countryside retreat in Angus, Scotland. We have exclusive use of the retreat.
People often say the price for this training is recuperated within the first event they run.
A message for Peggy Dylan
My Spiritual Teacher, Mentor & Dear Friend
Dear Peggy, our Mother of Firewalking, I owe you a heart full of gratitude for your incredible teachings of which without you, I would not be who I am today, or blessed with the love of the transformational fire.
I promise to hold the fire and your teachings sacred, always in service to humanity’s healing and transformation. It’s my honour to teach your beloved Sundoor Programme.
Everything within this website is only possible because of you.
From deep within my heart to yours, thank you for being the beacon of grace and light on my path of spiritual growth and being a total gift to my world. I owe you my life.
Love you Peggy, Love Lovely Lisa x
About Lisa Clifford
Hi I am Lisa, and I am passionate about delivering the empowerment and transformational training. TRULY REALLY!
I personally embarked on the Firewalking Training in 2008, with an idea in mind of what I wanted this training to give me, without a doubt, the most phenomenal healing and training that I needed. It boosted my confidence, my self-esteem, my belief in a way that shook my soul to its core. From that day I spoke with authenticity. I held peoples hearts in my hands and promised a commitment to humanity.
In 2014 I qualified as a Sundoor Master Trainer. I honour the lineage of this incredible experiential training.
My credentials: A Certified Master Fire-walking & Empowerment Trainer, Master NLP & Hypnosis Practitioner, Behaviour Profile Trainer. Transformational Coach and Speaker.
I am a mad dog lady who loves Lexi my golden retriever, I love mountain walking so much so I took 10 women to Everest Base Camp (last year, Oct 2022). Also, I have a newly discovered hobby in abstract painting (as sort of seen in this photograph).
In the more public space, Lisa has appeared on ITV, Leeds TV, BBC Radio, she has also been in Mail on Sunday & Cosmopolitan…
Fire worship practiced as a rite of purification, healing, initiation and transcendence has been a thread in the cultural tapestry of our planet. Many tribal people had, or have, rituals and ceremonies to honor the sacred aspect of fire, honoring its gifts and acknowledging its power. Fire worship and firewalking has nourished and warmed the human spirit since the dawning of mankind, today firewalking has evolved into a powerful tool for self-realisation and empowerment.
The History of Firewalking
Many of the natural environments of our planet are dependent on the cleansing and purifying aspects of fire; wildfires clear the way for new growth, which many animal and plant species depend upon for survival. Just as the planet requires fire for renewal, so does the human spirit, as we are always intrinsically connected with this earth from which we grew. Our relationship to fire is as old as the human race. Recent evidence suggests that Australopithecus controlled fire nearly a million and half years ago.
The beginnings of firewalking are lost in the annals of history, but we do know that Africa, often considered the birthplace of humankind, has a long history of firewalking and fire dancing. The African-born Hindus walk on fire regularly as part of important religious festivals and !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari desert have firewalked since their tribal beginnings. The !Kung use fire in their powerful healing ceremonies.
In 1977, anthropologist Laurens van der Post published an account of his travels to Africa to study the !Kung and was astonished when witness to their healing fire dances. And, Richard Katz, a Harvard psychologist and anthropologist, reports that the !Kung use the fire to heat up their energy, which they call n/um: Dancers will go in the fire, walk in it, put their heads in it, pick up the coals and rub them over their hands and body… when the n/um (or energy) in the body is boiling and as hot as the fire, they will not be burned. As the n/um intensifies in the healers they experience an enhanced consciousness called !kia , during which they heal all those at the dance.
In Bali, the mystical South Sea island, it is not the men who dance on the fire, but young girls. In India, Tibet, Sri Lanka, China, Japan and Argentina, to mention a few, people dance and walk, joyously, solemnly, exuberantly, or devotionally across fire. In the Hindu fire ceremony Agni Hotra, fire is used to purify the physical and spiritual atmosphere and in Peru the flame is used to spiritually uplift participants in the fire-ceremony.
The oldest recorded firewalk was over 4000 years ago in India. Two Brahmin priests were competing to see who could walk further, one managed to do so and his feat was written down in the historical records of that time.
In a 17th century letter a Jesuit priest, Father Le Jeune, writes to his superior, telling of a healing firewalk he witnessed among the North American Indians. He reports of a sick woman walking through two or three hundred fires with bare legs and feet, not only without burning, but all the while complaining about the lack of heat she was feeling.
Some 30 years later, Father Marquette reported similar firewalks among the Ottawa Indians and Jonathan Carver writes in his 1802 book Travels in North America that one of the most astounding sights he saw was the parade of warriors who would “walk naked through a fire… with apparent immunity”.
Other North American Indians who were known to have shamanic traditions which included fire handling were the Fox, Menomini, Kere, Blackfeet and particularly the Zuni, who had, and some claim still have, a “great fire fraternity”. The Kahunas, or native priests of the Hawaiian Islands, had powerful practices of lava waking. All around this little globe people rely on their spiritual kinship with this dynamic element to bring them closer to their true nature and, through touching the fire of their spirit, feel renewed and healed.
Firewalking in Modern Times
Peggy is often called the mother or originator of the firewalking movement. Given the history of firewalking, as practiced throughout recorded time on nearly every continent on the planet, that seems a rather unlikely title, quite like calling myself the mother of the human race because she gave birth to children.
What she will take credit for is bringing firewalking into the public eye and allowing it to re-emerge in Western culture as a practice for people who are exploring consciousness and personal power.
Through more than two decades of teaching firewalking and firewalk instructors in the United States and abroad, Peggy has had the honor of developing a modern comprehension of this ancient ritual and training others so this time-tested practice could also benefit the modern era.
Incorporating firewalking into my seminars and teaching began when she returned from a personal pilgrimage to India in 1981. The following spring she walked on fire for the first time with Tolly Burkan. Peggy realized immediately what a powerful tool firewalking could be in a seminar setting if truly explored and developed.
The entire “teaching” of how to walk on fire she witnessed back then amounted to 9 words, “do what I do and you won’t get burned” …and a smile. Modern firewalking has come a long way since then!
Publications Lisa has featured in…
Good to know: Accommodation are beautiful shared bedrooms, meals are vegan. Deposits are non refundable or transferable.