Face and Overcome Fear at the 16th Annual Gregg Gilder Memorial Firewalk !
Unleash your own personal power by understanding what role fear plays in your life and how you can overcome it.
Firewalking is an ancient practice used by various cultures around the world, demonstrating strength, courage, and faith. Working through the fears of life’s challenges is a metaphor to firewalking, which symbolizes all that is possible as you take steps to a freer, more fulfilling future. It’s a wonderful example of the mind-body connection.
Certified Firewalk Instructor Dave Tuscany, and Director of Adult Programs for Common Ground Harry Pepper, Ph. D, co-facilitate this unique four hour event.
More than just a workshop, the Firewalk at Common Ground is an experience like no other!
- Tickets are $69 per person.
- The workshop is limited to 70 participants.
- This event takes place in our outdoor gazebo and will happen rain or shine.
- Drinking water is provided.
- No food sales
The Gregg Gilder Memorial Firewalk
Gregg Gilder worked alongside and with Common Ground for many years. He helped to expand youth programming to kids and especially at-risk youth. He was instrumental in the very first Firewalk held at Common Ground. His love for Common Ground and the community it serves left a legacy we seek to honor every year with the Gregg Gilder Memorial Firewalk.