the secret to split-time wall-plane poi flowers

The secret is slightly “concave” planes. If you angle each plane towards you in the middle, then the poi will fit inside the opposite arm! 🙂

10-pointed antispin buzzsaw flower, in-depth

This is my favourite antispin buzzsaw flower. I think it’s got the nicest flow, and it feels very symmetrical. The first video is the in-depth version, the second is the short...

3 poi circles = 4-loop antispin and only 2-loop inspin… here’s why!

3 poi circles = 2-loop-inspin or 4-loop-antispin. Here’s an in-depth video explaining why, with lots of juicy details, including the yummy bit about understanding either pattern as a 4/4 rhythm!...

Linking 4 Buzzsaw Flower Combinations with Poi Fu

I left Leviathan Poi Retreat 2016 with the goal of getting this sequence, after Kat took us through some Vulcan Tech Gospel. It took some weeks of practice, and it’s...

Split-Opps Flower Crossers

This is the first of a big series of videos I’ll be making about poi flower theory. Many of them I’ll post for free, here and on Facebook, Instagram, and...

Wall-plane flowers

There are many kinds of flowers, which can be grouped into families of patterns. Wall-Plane Flowers are all the flowers you can do on a wall-plane in front of you....

Triquetras

There is a special relationship between the geometry of triquetras and how they relate to extended circles, because to some extent, a poi-triquetra is an extended circle folded into itself....

Turning with Antispin Flowers

Turning with antispin flowers is a major milestone on your road to poi mastery. It can be confusing at first, as your arms, poi, and body are all moving in...

Learning Caps (Capped Antispin Patterns)

Capped Antispin Patterns (CAPs) are fun. They can be a great thing to explore after learning 4-petal antispin flowers, or they can be the way you learn 4-petal antispin flowers....