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Posted:Hey y'all, I am a recent Texas transplant to the Baton Rouge area, and I am looking for fellow fire spinners in the area. I have heard rumors that there are some, but cannot seem to find out anything about them. I miss spinning poi with my group back home, so very eager to find a group here.
Thanks for any help y'all can give me!
A classical vocalist, aspiring to be an opera singer after college. Love to read, watch tv and movies, hang out with friends, and of course I love to spin fire poi.
My spinning stage name is Pann, and this refers to the Greek God as well as Peter Pan.
Posted:well, I am in the same predicament. I just moved here from Daytona Beach, Florida. I noticed this post is pretty old, but it's worth a shot to try and contact you. I am now in Baton Rouge. I'm not what I would call a professional poi spinner,(Not that I consider it to be competition) but I will definitely be happy to teach what I know and learn what I can. I'm actively searching for flow artists in the area, and as you said, I haven't found any.