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Firewalking, Healing Intensives, Sacred Travel, and more…

Public Firewalk

Saturday, November 9, 2019
5:30 pm
Embudo River Retreat – Dixon, New Mexico


Join us for a powerful opportunity 
  • Mark a personal or collective beginning or ending  
  • Energize & motivate your vision – ignite intentions
  • Walk embodied prayers for the planet and humanity  
  • Name and address personal fears, shadows and obstacles
  • Celebrate your successes and commitments 
  • Embrace your wholeness – live an authentic YOU!  
  • Teach your body new ways to respond to stress and trauma
  • Find sacred ground in times of chaos 

Are you ready to explore what is waiting for you outside your comfort zone?  When we join together to support and witness each other in vulnerability and power, we create a strong community; one which has the ability to effect true change.  

Firewalking teaches a profound lesson about the power of the mind, and the effect that our thoughts and beliefs have on our experience of reality. It is a practical way of confirming our instincts and validating our intuition.

When we walk on fire without burning, many other possibilities open up for us. Physical and emotional barriers can fall away. When we examine the beliefs that create undesirable patterns, we are able to replace these beliefs and change our lives. As we practice the art of creating our own reality, we evolve and enjoy harmony. 

Afraid to come solo?  Take the leap and be welcomed with respect and warmth. This event is open to all with an interest in attending.  You are not required to walk the coals to participate. 

Particularly welcome are those who often stay silent or in hiding. Take a risk where you are seen and needed. The bridge will be lit and blazing, lighting the way for conscious connection. With humble steps, we will weave intention and care through our human hearts, the elements and land.

When we join together to support and witness each other in vulnerability and power, we create a stronger community; one which has the ability to effect true change.

Expect a circle in which we explore personal and collective obstacles, fears, goals and empowerment. You will be given all the guidance necessary should you choose to walk the fire at the end of the evening. You do not need to walk the fire to participate in this ceremony. Again, no previous firewalking experience is required, your curiosity or desire is enough.

This evening is a 3-4 hour workshop in which we explore personal obstacles, fears and courage, goals and empowerment. You will be given all the guidance necessary to walk the fire at the end of the evening. There is no need to decide now if you will walk the fire. You are not required to walk the coals to benefit.

Few people run with open arms toward change just for the pure adventure of it. For most, change comes when the pain of staying the same outweighs the fear of the unknown.

Details: Cost is $150** Preregistration with deposit is required. Spectators are not allowed. Email Stephanie Foy at or call 802-380-3306 with any questions.[/learn_more]

**First 10 participants to register save $25. You will be considered registered upon receipt of $50 deposit.  To register with deposithttp://  If cost is prohibitive, please feel free to be in touch via email to and propose a barter prior to October 20.

Please plan to arrive between 4:30-5:00 to complete registration and get settled. We will begin promptly at 5:30.  Spectators are not allowed. Please come having eaten.  We will share in light refreshments after the firewalk, at the end of the evening.  Participants are invited to bring a food offering to share, though it is not necessary.  Please bring a reusable water bottle.


Limited overnight accommodations are available at Embudo River Retreat on first come/first reserve basis.
1.  Separate casita with queen bed, kitchen and bathroom $80/nt.
2.  (Two) Queen bedrooms with shared bath and shared kitchen $50/nt.
3.   Shared sleeping space – pajama party style – bring your own bed/cot, etc. with access to kitchen in the morning. Shared indoor bathroom and outdoor shower.  $20 per person/per night.
4.  Camping in your own tent beside the Embudo River $15/per person per night.

All accommodations must be pre-reserved with deposit. First come, first serve.  For overnighters, please plan to check out by 10:00 am the next day and carry out what you brought in.

This firewalk welcomes first time firewalkers, as well as those who once or many times walked the fire. We are all meeting in the same beginning.

In each other, we see ourselves…I hope to see you there. ~ Stephanie

Women's Council Circle

Next council – TBA

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a circle of support for the times we are living. 

Council is not a workshop.  Here we share and gather strength, supports, wisdom, creativity and collaboration. Our gathering will not be focused around food, however, if you feel to bring a dish to share, surely it’s welcome.  I will have lots of tea for us. Please let me know if you are able to join me. 

There is never a fee for council.  This is a FREE event. Please RSVP for directions. 

“There have only been a few experiences that have had such a huge impact on my life. The effects of that evening have been with me for two years now, and I can honestly say I have grown immensely from all that was given at that firewalk.” C.S.

“It is by going down into the abyss that you recover the treasures of life. Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.” Joseph Campbell

~ Joseph Campbell

“The fire and the rain are scheming to steal our impossible pain. The sun and the moon and the stars remember our real names, and our ancestors pray for us while we’re dreaming.”

—Rob Brezny