Propulsion - Personal Empowerment Courses

Propulsion – 3 Days: The empowerment intensive

29th to 31st March 2024

9th to 11th August 2024

9 am to 9:00 pm

The Firewalking Academy near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Propulsion is a three-day program that typically takes place over a weekend and can be taken as a standalone course or as a follow-up to the Ignition course. It’s the point at which participants let go of their previous identity and step into their power, enabling them to fully realise their potential and create the life they’ve always dreamed of. Propulsion is the perfect personal development course for those ready to take action and achieve the success they were born to attain.

Propulsion is a training course for individuals seeking more in their lives but has not yet been able to identify or achieve it.

This self-empowerment course will teach participants how to create a powerful vision for a more abundant future by learning from visionaries’ success stories and beliefs.

Participating in activities similar to those taught in Firewalk Instructor Training will teach participants how to let go of obstacles that have held them back, including limiting beliefs and past experiences.

The course is fully experiential and covers topics such as building self-esteem, overcoming fear, forgiveness, developing personal power, managing overwhelm, and understanding the importance of focus, giving, receiving gratitude, and service.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover the effective ways to release past inhibitions permanently.
  • Learn how to identify and address negative self-talk and unhelpful narratives from the past.
  • Develop the ability to live in the present moment and maximize your potential.
  • Uncover the hidden keys to personal empowerment.
  • Explore the art of constructing your desired reality and leaving behind what no longer serves you.
  • Understand the advantages of momentum and taking consistent action towards your goals.
  • Cultivate determination and persistence to reap the rewards they offer.

“I would have paid £50,000 for this course“,
Jermaine Harris, Author & Motivational Speaker,

“A couple of weeks ago, I attended a Firewalking Instructor Course, but trust me; it had nothing to do with firewalking. To me, it felt like personal development on speed, But what I am trying to get at is that it was intensive. Something about you changes on such a deep level; you leave there a better, improved version of yourself. I experienced healing, empowerment, enlightenment, and much more. It’s hard to explain unless you have been there and I returned with my husband. The team is simply outstanding; our Master Trainer, Steve Consalvez, is a man like no other, a humble person with a beautiful presence, inspirational, kind, loving, firm, and so generous of spirit. His team, Jon, Barry, Tim and Nick, are men of the highest order. I was wowed beyond belief. I have attended many, many training courses over the years, and a lot of the time, they were run by people who were only in it for their gain, to line their pockets, people who came from a place of ego and arrogance. Here you will not find men who are not only manly and strong but also kind, gentle, giving and loving. Men who only have your best interest at heart.

If you want to change your life in just one weekend, you must sign up for this course now.”

Deborah McPhilemy, Speaker, Trainer, Author,

The small print


Our dedicated training centre for this course is located at The Retreat, Knarr Farm, Wisbech Road, Thorney, Peterborough, PE6 0TS. It's important to keep in mind that if you need to contact us through the mail, our correspondence address is slightly different, which is Success Formulae Limited, Knarr Farm Bungalow, Wisbech Road, Thorney, Peterborough PE6 0TS.


It would be beneficial for you to have read Tolly Burkan's books, Extreme Spirituality, Dying to Live and Let it Be Easy, before your arrival. You can buy these books from us by sending an email to


Please make sure to arrive between 8:30 am to 8:45 am for the course, as it will start promptly at 9:00 am each day. Due to the intensive nature of the course, it is mandatory to attend all sessions, and late admission is not permitted. In case of exclusion from the course due to being late, no refunds will be issued, so it is crucial to plan wisely and arrive early.

Please be aware that the course days will be long, and we may rarely finish later than 11:00 pm. On the final day, it is customary for us to celebrate a little, and you are warmly invited to stay on-site until the last person leaves!


How to get to us

If you travel to The UK Firewalking Academy by car from the South, you can take the A1 or M11/A14 and then join the A1(M) heading North towards Peterborough. Exit at Junction 17 and join the A1139/Fletton Pkwy heading East towards Peterborough and Wisbech. Stay on the A1139 for approximately 9 miles, then turn right onto the A47 heading East towards Wisbech for 7 miles. You will find our discreet driveway entrance directly off the A47 on the left, marked 'Knarr Farm,' just before the large silver Dalmark grain store. Follow the fence on your left past the double gates, and continue following the track round to the left until you see the single wide gate on your left.

If you travel by car from the North, take the A1 & A1(M) heading South towards Peterborough and then take the A47 heading East for approximately 18 miles. Our discreet driveway entrance is directly off the A47 on the left, marked 'Knarr Farm'. Follow the fence on your left past the double gates, and continue following the track round to the left until you see the single wide gate on your left.

You can also find us easily on Google Maps by searching for 'Success Formulae.' Here is the link:

If you are arriving by train, The UK Firewalking Academy is easily accessible via Peterborough train station (12 miles by taxi or Uber) or March train station (9 miles by taxi or Uber).

If you are arriving by air, London Luton is approximately 77 miles south of The UK Firewalking Academy by car. Alternatively, you can take a train from Luton Airport Parkway station to Peterborough station (approximately 2 hours), with trains running every 30 minutes. London Stansted is approximately 73 miles south of The UK Firewalking Academy by car. Alternatively, you can take a train from Stansted Airport station to Peterborough station (approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes) or March station (approximately 1 hour and 5 minutes), with trains running every hour to either station. London Heathrow is approximately 110 miles south of The UK Firewalking Academy by car. Alternatively, you can take an underground train from Heathrow Airport to London, Kings Cross station (approximately 1 hour). You will need to change onto the overground train to Peterborough station (approximately 1 hour), with trains running approximately every 15 minutes.

Accommodation & transport

We may offer a pick-up service from Peterborough station upon prior arrangement with us, but we cannot guarantee it. You should arrange your daily transportation to the Retreat from your chosen accommodation on your arrival. Please note that your training fee does not cover accommodation. Several lodging options are nearby, and on-site camping can also be booked - You will receive an email about this after you book! . We have compiled a list of local hotels and B&Bs for your convenience, but we do not endorse any particular establishment and suggest that you satisfy yourself with the suitability of your choice. Of course, you are free to make your arrangements. We recommend that you book early to secure your preferred accommodation.

Type Name Distance
(miles from venue}
Phone no. Breakfast included Ave. cost per night
B&B Oversley Lodge 4 01733 270321 Y £40 SIngle, £60 Double
Hotel Eye Green Travelodge 6.6 0871 9846097 N Room from £45
Hotel Holiday Inn Express, Peterborough 17 0871 9021549 Y Room from £60
B&B The Oliver Twist Country Inn Guyhirn 4.5 01945 450523 Y £69 Single, £87.50 Double
B&B Dog In A Doublet 4.5 01733 202256 Y Room from £45
Campsite Tall Trees Leisure Park 5 01945 450952 N Pitch from £20
Private accommodation Airbnb
Meals & refreshments

We offer tea, coffee, and light refreshments during the course. If you have any dietary restrictions, kindly inform us in advance.

Please note that meals are not provided, so you can bring your packed lunches and snacks. There's a small fridge in the kitchen at the Retreat, which you can use if space is available. However, we cannot guarantee its availability. Additionally, there are several local eateries available in the area.

  • Rose and Crown Pub, Thorney - 3.5 miles - 01733 270 546
  • Finleys Carvery, Thorney Toll - 1 mile - 01733 849 496 (Thu & Fri - 4 pm, Sat - 5 pm, Sun - 12pm)
  • Dog In A Doublet, Thorney - 4.5 miles - 01733 202 256
  • Little India, Thorney Toll - 1 mile - 01733 849 377 (from 5 pm)
  • The Oliver Twist Country Inn, Guyhirn - 5 miles - 01945 450 523 (from 5 pm)
  • Mama Tree Chinese Restaurant, Guyhirn - 5 miles - 01945 450 570 (from 5 pm)
What to bring

We will provide all the necessary equipment for the training.

Expect to get dirty during the hands-on sessions, which will take place both indoors and outdoors. The evening firewalks will also be outdoors, lasting 2-3 hours at the fire site. For better contrast in photos taken in the dark, we recommend bringing light-coloured clothes.

To prepare for the training, we suggest bringing the following:

  • Loose, breathable, warm, and comfortable casual clothing in layers, including long-sleeved tops (ladies may prefer trousers/leggings over dresses/skirts when firewalking)
  • Warm clothes for cooler weather and evenings
  • Waterproof/windproof outer layers
  • Sturdy boots (walking boots or trainers)
  • Two small towels for cleaning soot off your feet
  • Three pairs of extra socks
  • A torch (flashlight)
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Snacks, if needed
  • Insect repellent
  • 100% pure Aloe Vera gel
  • A daysack/small backpack
  • A pen and paper or notebook for taking notes
  • If you have a drum, rattle, or another percussion instrument, you may bring it along
  • You may also bring a camera/phone, camcorder, and audio recorder, but please respect others' privacy and do not record training sessions as they are confidential.

Above all, come with an open mind and a willingness to fully engage in the experience! Please note that meals are not provided, but we will offer tea, coffee, and light refreshments. If you have any dietary requirements, please let us know in advance. Additionally, we do not provide accommodation, but we can recommend some local hotels and B&Bs.

Special needs

There may be an off-site day trip. Please inform us as soon as possible if you have any specific requirements.


Let us all set an intention for the following:

  • An enjoyable and safe experience for everyone
  • ICE COLD fires
  • Gentle breezes
  • Clear skies