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As someone who saw some brilliant poi stuff at Glastonbury this year and made the usual impulse buy of a practice set , I was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of a beginners class in the south of England. Preferably close to Bournemouth, but I'm ready to drive an hour or so to get to a class. Cheers, Allan
Posted: Michel (there are posts on this site) is starting courses in London at the beginning of August - generally on a Sunday afternoon. I know it's a long way to travel, but if you're really keen to do some courses, it's an option!
Posted: There's something going on in Portsmouth at the moment. It's not lessons, as such, but I'm sure people would be quite happy to give a few pointers. I haven't been myself yet, but it's on mondays at 8 (I'll be able to provide directions when I find out exactly where it is). I think Alienfox is organising it- he was the first person to suggest it, anyway.
If you're not confused, you're not thinking about things hard enough.