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PsychoTronic


stranger
Location: Greece-Samos-Athens

Total posts: 80
Posted:My ex boyfriend loved capoeira and I loved juggling.How about capoeira and juggling together?

"For once there was an unknown land, full of strange flowers and subtle perfumes,
a land of which it is joy of all joys to dream, a land where all things are perfect and poisonous."
"Put out the torches! Hide the moon! Hide the stars!"



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BamBam


BamBam

Pooh-Bah
Location: London

Total posts: 1810
Posted:Ahh now you're talking about Mr Bluecat style (rather beautiful) smile

Lisa
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A kiss blown is a kiss wasted, the only kind of kiss is a kiss tasted.

I'm a woman. We don't say what we want, but we reserve the right to be pissed off if we don't get it. That's what makes us so fascinating and not just a LITTLE bit scary.

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ado-p
GOLD Member since May 2004

ado-p

Pirate Ninja
Location: Galway/Ireland

Total posts: 3882
Posted:a friend of ours dances capoeira around us when we are spinning.

bit scary at times, when you turn around with a flaming staff and you see a flash of someone doing a cartwheel past your face. I'm learing the trick is not to stop and to trust that he knows where he is going and where i am going. Theres lovely communication in dancing like this.

i've been trying to get him to pick up fire too. so far he's much more into spinning around on his head and jumping five feet into the air though. Very impressive nonetheless.

would love to see some bluecat stylee capojuggling smile


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bluecat


bluecat

geek, level 1
Location: everywhere

Total posts: 5300
Posted:redface

mostly cause i haven't been to a class for over 8 months...


Holistic Spinner (I hope)

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Faberg
GOLD Member since Aug 2003

veteran
Location: Dublin, Ireland

Total posts: 1459
Posted:this is totally unrelated..... but..... then again maybe not...

i was practising tai chi last nite with my double staff and it was indeed lovely

i can't really do doubles yet, only started a few days ago, but trying to apply tai chi moves & postures helped enormously with the flow & timing

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Fuero


Fuero

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Location: Netherlands

Total posts: 465
Posted:I try tai chi like moves with contact juggling. nd I've seen someone do karatestyle poi.

Hmm, there's gotta be something round and shiny, I can play with

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Faberg
GOLD Member since Aug 2003

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Location: Dublin, Ireland

Total posts: 1459
Posted:tai chi & contact juggling eek

that sounds absolutely lovely.... ubblove would love to see.....


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Fuero


Fuero

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Location: Netherlands

Total posts: 465
Posted:Well it has the same sort of flow for me. Mind you, I'm just a beginner at both.

Hmm, there's gotta be something round and shiny, I can play with

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Faberg
GOLD Member since Aug 2003

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Location: Dublin, Ireland

Total posts: 1459
Posted:indeed, it's all about flow

i only started doubles last sunday biggrin

peace


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stickman


World Champ Procrastinator
Location: ||...lost...||

Total posts: 580
Posted:in benders joy to staff video he does a little capoeira with double staff.. spinning, then doing an au si mao(dont care about the spelling, but its a cartwheel without hands) looks sweet, but damn difficult.. icant even do it without staves..

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bender
GOLD Member since Nov 2001

still can't believe it's not butter
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Total posts: 6979
Posted:there is a capo dance (the maculele) that involves sticks symbolising the machetes used in the sugar plantations when capoeristas were slaves.

i don't train no more (i hurt myself real bad and can't train until late september 2005) and have a beer gut to show for it smile


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stickman


World Champ Procrastinator
Location: ||...lost...||

Total posts: 580
Posted:actually the maculele involves knives as well when done properly, but since its a bit dangerous, sticks are more often used.. but what the hell, its all the same biggrin

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PsychoTronic


stranger
Location: Greece-Samos-Athens

Total posts: 80
Posted:knives?That is not what i have in mind.This guy in the vid "joy of the staff" I think he is closer to what I was thinking.How about poi with capoeira?What a mess:p

"For once there was an unknown land, full of strange flowers and subtle perfumes,
a land of which it is joy of all joys to dream, a land where all things are perfect and poisonous."
"Put out the torches! Hide the moon! Hide the stars!"



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Mayhem
BRONZE Member since Mar 2002

stick boy!
Location: Tampa, FL, USA

Total posts: 117
Posted:Hey psycho....bender IS the guy in joy of staff.... wink

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burningoftheclavey
SILVER Member since Jul 2005

burningoftheclavey

lurking like a ninja with no camouflage..
Location: over yonder

Total posts: 926
Posted:EDIT: not searching hard enough... redface
EDITED_BY: burningoftheclavey (1193866992)


on spam robots - "Burn the robot! Melt him down, and then we can make lots and lots of money from his shiiiny juices!"

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Live_in_a_spin
SILVER Member since Oct 2005

Live_in_a_spin

Dude where's my Poi?
Location: neather here nor there

Total posts: 383
Posted:The fight scene with Darth Maul in Star Wars "The Phantom Mennace" Would be great insperation.

Live life in a spin!!!
but if you fall don't come crying to me!!!

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