• What class is right for me?
    • If you have never done poi, the Beginner Poi Moves is the class series for you.
    • If you just want to try it for a night, then consider the Introduction to Poi Drop-In class
    • If you know these beginner moves [weaves (both overhand/forward and underhand/reverse); pinwheel/windmill (same direction clockwise & counter clockwise; opposite direction inward & outward); butterfly (both overhand/inward and underhand/outward); and chasing the sun (same direction clockwise & counter clockwise)] but don’t know how to string them together in a flow, the Beginner Poi Dance series is for you.
    • If you know the beginner moves listed above, can string them together and haven’t yet done it on fire and want to learn fire safety, the Beginner Fire Dancing Class is for you
    • If you know all of the above skills and you’re looking to expand your knowledge, check our schedule for any intermediate or advanced session listed as well as performance and choreography classes.
    • If you know you’re all in and want a discounted 7 month program, check out our Beginner Poi Fire Dancing Boot Camp.
    • If you’re looking for corporate team building classes, consider our Wielding Fire Experience.

  • I’m not sure I can do poi… Can I really?

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  • I don’t want to do fire… what else can I do?

  • Do you have any discounts?

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      1. great thanks, so a 13 yr old with some poi would be ok.

        On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 2:41 PM, Hire Fire Dancing Performers; Lessons/Classes Poi wrote:

        > poipriestess commented: “I’ve had as young as 7 or 8. depends on the > maturity of the child in question and the support they get from their > parents. My youngest to go to fire was 9. ” >

      2. definitely. we need the parent’s or guardian’s permission on the general release but otherwise, yes. one of our 13 year old students appeared in the expo in 2007 and another did a solo in 2012. 🙂

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