Fire Heart Adventures

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“Fire Heart Yoga combines the fire’s ability to energize and transform with the compassion and passion of the heart. Yoga, and asana, is a bridge to stillness and acceptance, through which comes calm, awareness, and self-control. Fire Heart Yoga is one of many philosophies to incorporate on one’s path towards self-actualization. Fire Heart Yoga is a strenuous practice of flowing vinyasa and harmonized breath. The heat of the practice helps with strength, energy, and acceptance. The flow of the practice allows for our over engaged minds to find focus and slowly relax into stillness. We use movement to find stillness. David Michael Scott’s vinyasa yoga classes are very athletic, as mental and physical fatigue helps still the mind. That being said, every class is a combination of focused intention and fun. In David’s class you will laugh, meet your neighbors, and perhaps even… hold hands (briefly!). David tends to incorporate powerful music to support the energy in class. Any particular class of David’s might feature hip hop, rock, dub step, or sitar. Come with an open mind and a sense of adventure and we will breathe, flow, and grow together. The principles of Fire Heart Yoga: 1. The Sweat and the Rigor. Everything worth having is paid for through effort, discipline, and some degree of pain.”

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Make a house out of the tree branches you find on a backcountry hike. This workshop will focus on building shelters as a means to understanding the basic psychology of survival. Students will analyze the terrain, choose a location, gather natural resources, and build a primitive shelter. The course will look at how to maximize one’s chances of staying warm and alive through a night spent in the wild.

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Snowshoe into the forest and make a house out of snow. And sleep in it. In this workshop we will explore a variety of snow shelters including a snow mound, dog house, quince, and thermal shelter. We will discuss strategies on how to stay warm and dry and even spend time practicing yoga and meditating in the snow. This is information that every mountain traveler should have. Not to mention, building snow forts is fun! Winter shelter building can also be a great team building exercise. This experience is a huge test of perseverance and resilience. Simple backcountry cuisine is included.

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The Zen of Fire

Learn to make fire by rubbing sticks together! This workshop covers the psychology of fire making as well as basic fire-making skills using a variety of resources ranging from dryer lint to wooden sticks. The curriculum will include a meditation and discussion surrounding the nature of fire, how to start a one-match fire, modern fire-starting survival techniques, and an analysis of primitive fire-starting methods.

Seeking Shelter

Make a house out of the tree branches you find on a backcountry hike. This workshop will focus on building shelters as a means to understanding the basic psychology of survival. Students will analyze the terrain, choose a location, gather natural resources, and build a primitive shelter. The course will look at how to maximize one’s chances of staying warm and alive through a night spent in the wild.

White Water Rafting and Meditation

Does this sound like a strange combination to you? There is a connection. White water is a challenge, exciting and scary at the same time. In this single day adventure, we will meditate on the topics of fear and excitement while having a fantastic time rafting class two to class four rapids. We approach the river with mindfulness and respect. Come learn to appreciate the river on a deeper, more profound level. Team building and leadership curriculum can be included upon request. This adventure can be tailored to any skill level and group size.

Building Snow Shelters and Winter Survival

Snowshoe into the forest and make a house out of snow. And sleep in it. In this workshop we will explore a variety of snow shelters including a snow mound, dog house, quince, and thermal shelter. We will discuss strategies on how to stay warm and dry and even spend time practicing yoga and meditating in the snow. This is information that every mountain traveler should have. Not to mention, building snow forts is fun! Winter shelter building can also be a great team building exercise. This experience is a huge test of perseverance and resilience. Simple backcountry cuisine is included.

what they offer

kayaking/rafting
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Wilderness Preparedness

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fireheartyoga@gmail.com

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720-505-1399