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Custom Hoops available now for Local Pickup!

April 17, 2015 by


We got some beautiful new HDPE tubing and have enough to make some custom sizes for folks. Set up an appointment for a costume fitting at our studio in SoMa on Mission Street (953, between 5th and 6th) for your own personalized hoop. Your purchase includes a 20 minute hoop fitting consultation and mini lesson to get […]

Solstice Specials

December 21, 2014 by


Welcome to the Winter Solstice, the longest night of darkness of the year. As we reemerge into the brighter time of year, now may be a great time to start a fiery new habit or support yours or someone else’s practice. Our solstice elves have been busy crafting some fun specials for you for the 2015 […]

Fire Hoop Class for Beginners New to Fire – 10/19/14

September 19, 2014 by


Course Overview Updated note about registration: Because we require you be dressed in specific fire safe attire, advanced registration is required. Registration closes 6 am Saturday, 10/18/14. Join us for an evening introduction to fire hooping for those that are new to playing with fire, playing with a fire hoop or those who simply want […]

Benefits of Poi (And Other Flow Arts)

June 21, 2013 by


As with other experiences, poi practitioners can apply themselves with varying degrees of rigor to the study of Poi. As one’s practice becomes more rigorous, the benefits also become more expansive and comprehensive and extend beyond being about “having a good time” to include all of the following: Increases self esteem Elevates self awareness Develops […]

Expo Artist Interview: Fire Proof!

April 24, 2013 by


With the 8th Annual Fire Dancing Expo a mere 3 days away, we thought it might be nice to give people a sense of what inspires us to continue to do insane amounts of work to create this show each year. Here’s a few words from the Producer and Artistic Director of the Expo, GlitterGirl. […]


January 21, 2013 by


As I’ve been watching the information flip across my screen defining paths of tools and rotational forces and geometric shapes, I find myself in an interesting series of thoughts around styles of conceptualizing and integrating patterns we learn. While I certainly don’t have the time to have read every post that comes across the group, […]

22 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Practice

September 2, 2012 by


After 12+ years of spinning things around, I’ve noticed that practice, like the tide, ebbs and flows. Sometimes you’re in over your head feeling swept away in it and other times, you’re not feeling connected to your practice. If you’re looking for some ideas on how to rejuvenate your practice and give yourself an injection […]