The Matrix

One word of caution: This move requires a back-bend. Only you know if you are adequately warmed up and capable of bending backwards safely. No matter what shape you are...

the 4-beat corkscrew

if you add an extra circle to the top and bottom of the corkscrew, you get a 4-beat corkscrew (meaning each poi passes you twice above and below your arms).

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! ūüôā

poilosophy: repeating is not necessarily practicing

Something I see regularly as I teach, is that some people think that repeating a pattern over and over is practicing. Sometimes it is! But it might just be ingraining...

Beginner Series: Week One: Ultimate guide to manifesting poi and learning your first moves!

Poi are easy¬†to make: you just need a¬†weight on a¬†tether, twice. If you’re crafty, there are many ways to make poi at home. If you aren’t crafty, we have¬†advice on...

Exiting Orbitals and Hyperloops

The video explains it all. Watch the longer video, then watch the slow motion video until it all makes sense.

Hyperloops! The in-depth guide!

If you take a step-by-step approach to hyperloops, you will most likely get there! Below is an in-depth video, followed by a quick review of the steps, and then a...

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!...