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As you can see, I'm new to this site, but I was hoping that I could get some help/advice with putting a poi performance together.
I've been spinning for a while, but I'm new to the poi-spinning community. In about two weeks, I'll be doing a fire-performance for my University's Juggling Club.
So far, I've tried doing a mock-up/brain storm for the performance with a set of LED poi.
I'd appreciate it if you'd add some advice to the performance. I'm kinda concerned about the stalls I've planned in it, because I know that stall feel slightly different for me (more intimidating) with fire.
Also, although I have a clear idea of what I want some parts of the song to look like, I feel like I just throw in some uninspired free style during some of the more low-beat stuff.
Again, any advice would be appreciated!
discowrapsBRONZE Member stranger 13 posts Location: USA
Posted: dance move your body the poi should be an extension of your dance not the other way around but other wise give it a whirl
Mark HustedGOLD Member member 177 posts Location: Fresno, CA USA
Posted: I use this stuff for guidelines as I choreograph.
Keep it Lit....
KaspurGOLD Member Eternal Student of all things Skill 110 posts Location: Kansas City, KS, USA
Posted: You might also give Megs' thread a look see too about how to make a routine to music good and do other things good too. It can be found here
Hope this helps.
Happiness runs in a circular motion!!
redsarahPLATINUM Member stranger 6 posts Location: United Kingdom
Posted: hey there i teach choreography and all sorts at the Fire school