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Posted:P'oi chi is a form of spinning mainly focusing on stretching routines and patterns rather then classic Poi routines and patterns or object manipulation techniques.
It is one of the low 'energy cost' style, that can be performed without Poi. The main benefit include slow but tough condition forming and multiple vairety of whole body movement allowing full body awareness.
Possible disadvantage include long practising routines and also require very good understanding of body itself. Not recomend for very beginners and advance spinners.
Posted:I actually quite intrigued by the way you have described it. I'm sure that there would be a way performers could incorporate portions of the style into their performance. Is there any more information on these techniques/styles/forms?
Edit: actually HOP has a few threads on this as well as youtube. Didn't think it was really that popular as i had never come across it before lol EDITED_BY: Gary_Cifers (1335033505)