Jedi Stall Video Lesson Available Now

Poi Lesson: Up StallsLevel up your fire dancing with poi in our review video for some Jedi stall combinations using both up and down stalls. This video class consists of 2 videos. The first covers front plane stall combinations starting with same time, same direction antispin stall combos, then split time front plane antispin combinations, followed by 2 additional stall sequences: side by side jedi stalls, head to head stacked jedi stalls with a 3 second demonstration teaser of a figure 8 style version of the head to head combination called the infinite kiss.  The second video explains additional up stall theory and drills while offering a few more combinations utilizing the jedi stalls.

As with all skills of their kind, Jedi stalls are a practice and in many respects, an infinite game of refinement. Those these videos start with the up stall they are a great stepping stone to the flat stall. These videos are designed to give the step by step learning necessary and while the drills are demonstrated only a few times, you will most likely need to master each portion of the full pattern before putting it together comfortably. Take the time to practice each component before putting the full pattern together to aid in the learning process.

These videos were filmed live at Temple of Poi classes in San Francisco in Winter 2012 and are the review videos for the intermediate stall material covered in class that night. This 10 minute video lesson is available to you for $2 tuition for the download. In addition to this video, you can review the rest of our for-purchase video library or  our library of free lessons available on YouTube.

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