dnikyreverse
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Member Since: 15th Oct 2007
Total posts: 3
Posted:Hi. I'm preparing to teach a workshop on poi movement. I've taught many individuals moves over the years, but this will be my first formal workshop.

I want to teach poi spinners how to be "poi dancers" or "movement artist"
and how to look move like a performer and less like a decoration on stage.

I want this to be a workshop that people of all experience levels will benefit from.

Any tips or ideas on what I should cover, which moves to teach, or anything else would be greatly appreciated.
thank you in advanced for your time


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nupo
Carpal \'Tunnel

Member Since: 20th Apr 2012
Total posts: 9576
Posted:You can't teach someone how to dance
or how to be an artist.

It's no that simple.

What only you can teach are the building
blocks..



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chilittlewolf
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Member Since: 22nd Nov 2012
Total posts: 5
Posted:veey beautiful fire spinning combos here and also slowed down to see the combos and transitions



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chilittlewolf
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Member Since: 22nd Nov 2012
Total posts: 5
Posted:no but you can teach an artist how to master their instrument

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DeepSoulSheep
DeepSoulSheep

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Location: Berlin
Member Since: 25th Sep 2002
Total posts: 2617
Posted:Agree with most of what's been said, there's more to poi dancing than poi-ing... wink

I live in a world of infinite possibilities.

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