Posted:Banish the dangers of slippery stages forever with Coke!Just smear some of the sickly drink onto the soles of your shoes.Schticky Non-Https Image Link I got this tip from a dancer, thats why dancers trainers are always so squeaky.Axis.
Posted:Good tip Axis, I actually perform in bare feet as I like the connection to the earth when I'm performing (even if on stage). What do other people wear (or not wear) on your feet when performing?ade
Posted:wow. nice question.I like to wear footwear when doing fire poi also enjoy the feel of grass on bare feet; so when i'm practicing with UV in the garden i sometimes go barefoot (Ades view-point has now intrigued me ). but other-wise i wear some hiking trainers. (comfortable, mostly fire and water proof) Non-Https Image Link
Posted:Ade asked: "What do other people wear (or not wear) on your feet when performing?"I wear Fluevog Angels. Sturdy, durable, stylish, and good soles. (Hell, the soles protect against Satan, they've gotta be good versus other stuff, right? Non-Https Image Link )[This message has been edited by kmactane (edited 04 July 2001).]
Posted:EYUck! Being that I always go barefoot (shoes, ack) it would definitely make for a sickly experience. Non-Https Image Link Ill definitely keep it in mind for when I go to a club or something though.------------------We are not physical beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a physical experience.~Edgar Cayce
Posted:I love fire dancing in bare feet too. Non-Https Image Link When it's cold I wear my Doc Martens. For performances I wear my knee high boots. Yep, the 'fuck me' ones! Not very practical in terms of comfort, but definate crowd pleasers! They go with the costume!Finn Non-Https Image Link