Beginner Dance Wednesday May 10, 8 PM

Develop transitions and beginner performance theory in this 4 week dance series. This class is the perfect follow up to the Beginner Moves class (or equivalent material: pinwheels, windmills, chasing the sun, butterflies and weaves). If you have some experience and aren't sure if this class is for you, contact GlitterGirl (glittergirl templeofpoi com) and make arrangements... Continue Reading →

Beginner Poi Moves, Mondays, 8 PM (1 spot left)

Learn to poi fire dance and get started with this offering, the first in our Beginner Poi series. Beginner Poi Moves 6-week series teaches over 40 different moves and combinations plus 25 different drills to support your practice. This class is appropriate for those with absolutely no experience through early beginners with a few moves... Continue Reading →

Beginner Poi Dance, Wednesdays, (1/14/15) 8 PM

Develop transitions and beginner performance theory in this 4 week dance series. This class is the perfect follow up to the Beginner Moves class (or equivalent material: pinwheels, windmills, chasing the sun, butterflies and weaves). If you have some experience and aren't sure if this class is for you, contact GlitterGirl (glittergirl <that crazy little at symbol>... Continue Reading →

Poi Turn Class: Out of the Box

During this four-week series, we'll focus on 180º and 360º  turns between moves, enhance existing turning skills and learn new turn combinations. This series also has students explore the concept of plane shifting through axis rotation as a means to create a more dimensional performance. This series is less about learning new concepts and mores about learning how... Continue Reading →

Last Beginner Poi Dance of 2014: November 3

Develop transitions and beginner performance theory in this 4 week dance series. This class is the perfect follow up to the Beginner Moves class (or equivalent material: pinwheels, windmills, chasing the sun, butterflies and weaves). If you have some experience and aren't sure if this class is for you, contact GlitterGirl (glittergirl <that crazy little at symbol>... Continue Reading →

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