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charlyemstranger 2 posts Location: Victoria, BC (Canada)
Posted: I feel like I've learned all the moves I have seen...I need some more material! My creativity has dried up...do people still meet at Beacon Hill park to spin? I haven't been since last semester, and my poi club at UVic is over for the summer...help!
Posted: charlyem forget about learning new moves for a bit. Put some good music on and just spin like there is no one looking. Have fun. You might find you just come across new moves without realising it or new ways of linking moves. Use lots of types of music, fast/slow, Punk through to Classical, loud/quiet. Just try to express how the music effects you with the poi. Most of all have fun. That is after all what its all about .....well isn't it?