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Friday, April 7
 

9:30am

Acrobatic Conditioning – Aerial Fundamentals - Kristen Zyra
Conditioning is essential to maintaining muscular health while exercising at the physical level required for acrobatic training. Learn ways to optimize endurance levels and safely train physical strength in this workshop.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #4

9:30am

Intro to Double Staff- Mufasa Lee
This is part 1 of 2 Intro Fire Breathing workshops with a discussion centered around the Hazards, Equipment, and Pre & Post Preparation & Clean Up. The Best Practices being taught are intended to help a fire artist recieve the most from their own practice and to help them avoid very serious accidents. This workshop is back to back with Part 2 and is required if participants intend to take the option for first breaths. If time permits, we will begin Part 2 of the workshop early if we run through the material fast enough. Please bring water (bottle or gallon if available), hair protection, something to hold (a torch or in place of a torch like a club or stick). Video is for observation of some of Cilantro's best practices and techniques.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #12

9:30am

Fan Tech 101 - Becca Becker
New to fans? This is the class for you! A revised version of my previous class. Topics include- Grips: Learn different ways to hold your fans. Control: Work with your fan, and not against it. Plane work: Hand in hand with control, we will cover all of the planes to allow for freedom of movement. Anti-spins, extensions, isolations. Linear wick isolations and variations. Basic Tosses Intro to the relations of fans.

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Becca Becker

Co-Owner, Forged Creations
Becca Becker began her journey into flow arts in 2010. It wasn’t until 2011 that she found her love for fans. Becca is a manipulator of many objects including, fans, poi, levi wand, double staffs, juggling, contact staff, and dragon staff and is also an accomplished fire eater. Co-owner of Forged Creations, and a member for the Forged Creations fire team. Nominated for Flow Arts Institutes - Instructor of the year in 2015, Becca has been... Read More →


Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #8

9:30am

2 HOOPS ARE BETTER THAN 1 - Jaimie Hayes
**If image is not displayed.** This workshop will focus on translating some poi and fan tech moves into double hoop moves! Some experience with double hoops is recommended but not required! ► Hybrid Patterns: pendulum vs triquetra extension vs 4 petal anti-spin flower ► Spiral Wraps ► Weaves iso fold vs extension weave head tracing weave ► Flower Variations ► Swap Drop ► 726 No beat toss pattern (if we have time!)

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #3

9:30am

Waist Wraps with Hoops - Charlotte Dillard
In this workshop we will cover a super fun poi influenced double hoop move, waist wraps! Waist wraps are a great weave to build upon from hip reels (please check out my hip reels workshop for more info on reels!). They are very similar to hip reels in that you are still doing two beat weaves at your hips, but slightly differ because you carry your weave over to the opposite hip. There are many different timings and directions that can be used while in this double hoop move, some of which I referenced in my class submission video! This move looks more complicated than it actually is, so don't be discouraged as we will break down the hand path that each hand takes one by one. A good prerequisite to have would be split time same direction hip reels (in either direction), but don't worry if you're still working on them!

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #2

9:30am

Juggle with me! Intro to Juggling - Justin Priest
This workshop is gonna be all about beginner juggling! If you're interested in learning how to cascade with a prop, this workshop is for you! We'll be learning all the steps to effectively juggling 3 objects in cascade. This workshop is open to all props, no need for traditional juggling equipment! And if you don't have anything to juggle, worry not! I'm bringing all the balls.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #9

9:30am

Correction Moves and Transitioning Between Wand Styles- Chrystalline
So your wand is getting a little wonky? This class will teach you some moves and tricks on how to regain control over you wand smoothly when it gets to going crazy. This class will also help with breaking planes and transitions between different styles of wanding; from contact, to tech, to dance.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #6

9:30am

Strength and Mobility for Movement Artists - Sirius Colors
In this workshop, we explore the fundamental body mechanics integral to all movement arts. The integration of body motions, breath, awareness, mobility, flexibility, and strength combined with meditative mind-states reveals that each movement art and prop manipulation form has its own healing art hidden within.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #13

9:30am

Intro to Composition: Discovering Your Choreographic Process - Alli Hart
Focuses on the fundamental elements of contact poi; including arm rolls, balance points and drills to improve consistency

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #5

9:30am

FREE COFFEE Makes Poi Tosses Easier - Chris Kelly
In this class I will demonstrate how free coffee can make poi tosses much more enjoyable. I supply the coffee, bring your own poi and a cup.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #11

9:30am

Fundamentals of Poi - Nick Garcia
Come one, come all! Whether you've been spinning poi for a while or just picking them up for the first time, this class will help pave a clear and exciting path ahead for your poi development. We'll start at the very beginning where we flail around aimlessly with zero goal and no possible mistakes. Everyone wins, even face shots! Once that's out of our system, we'll move on to talk about the movement of the poi itself, how that relates to our body, and how it all comes across visually to those watching us. I will talk to you about the different types of horizontal and vertical planes as well as what static and extension movements mean. To round out our familiarity, we will play around with these ideas in their normal forwards directions and their reverse counterparts. The class will finish by touching lightly on the large branches of poi theory you're bound to move on to soon, including: - Weaves - Flowers - Pendulums - Tracing Along the way, I'll provide exercises to help train your brain and body in these new ideas more effectively, and we'll bring it together by covering some of the larger patterns to aim for as your next big milestones in your poi journey. We will periodically take breaks to practice all of these ideas throughout the class, and that's when I will walk around to do quick 1-on-1 check-ins to make sure everyone is clear on what we're working on. The goal is for everyone to walk away with plenty to work on in their practice.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #1

9:30am

Dragon Theory - Mik Phil
Dragonstaff being a newer prop hasnt really had a well known foundational system created for learning abstract moves. Well there's one i learned from studying Jed Fowlers work on Dragon a few years back that i have added a few ideas to myself. Starting by learning the difference in countinous rolling direction and breaking it, leading up to ten concepts with names you can apply to specific parts of the body.

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #10

9:30am

Staff Affection - Contact Staff 101 - Jeremy Menefee
An introductory-level contact staff class. We'll learn neck wraps, then Steves, along with variations to make them continuous! Several staffs can be provided by instructor

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Friday April 7, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #7

11:00am

Intro to Pole - Kasey South
Everyone is welcome to join this fun introduction to pole dance and fitness. In this class, you will develop an appreciation for the art of pole dance by connecting your own unique movements and strength with beginner/intermediate pole tricks and combinations. We will discover the differences between a static and spin pole allowing you to move freely and comfortably.

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #4

11:00am

Double Staff tricks with traps - Justin Widmar
Adopted from club manipulation, this class will focus on “wrist traps” and a variety of ways to use them. Traps are a great way to free a hand, throw into and out of, and place into contact or balances. We will go over some variations of each.

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #12

11:00am

Arm Tracers & Crossers - Jake Wetzel
We will trace the pathways on our arms that lead us to entrances and exits for crossers. We'll explore the deeper vocabulary in arm tracers to further advance variations of patterns within the arm tracers & arm tracers with crossers.

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #8

11:00am

Circus Style Single Hoop Techniques - Grace Good
You only need one hoop to be a sassy circus diva! This workshop we will be learning single hoop tricks and tecniques that can add a 'circus style' to your flow. Perfect for hoop performers, aspiring performers, or anyone who just wants to add some flare to your hoop flow! The workshop will include: Exciting new ways to pick your hoop up from the ground, combos with speedy hand spins and crazy tosses, body positioning & control techniques for fast hooping, and more!

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #2

11:00am

Iso-Flower and Related Techniques - That Hoop Guy
In this class we will tackle the difficult trick of the Iso-Flower and the concept of spinning two hoops in one hand. Mastering how to spin two hoops in one hand in the same time and split time will expand many hooper's multi-hoop repertoire. When we think of multi hoop hybrids with more than 2 hoops, most hoopers don’t typically consider using the iso-flower, so we will be experimenting with different ways to integrate this move into hybrids. We will learn how to do si -flower anti-spins, cat-eyes, and different timing and directions to name a few things. In addition we will learn transitions into and out of the iso-flow which open up new 2-hoop-in-one-hand moves.

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #3

11:00am

Let it Go - Coach
introduces functional ways for spinners to incorporate tosses into their current spinning style using any prop at any skill level

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #9

11:00am

Double Leviwands 101 - Myra Simmons
New to leviwand? No problem! Each student will be provided with two equally weighted leviwands from What the Huq. In this class, we will learn how to get two leviwands up and moving while exploring different planes, working with double stalls, & double teeter totters. We will also experiment with multitasking & double contact flow; hand wraps; transitions and sequences; and, of course, weaves! Myra will also show the class how to navigate leviwand tangles. This class will set you up with everything you will need to know to start and broaden your double leviwand journey.

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Myra Simmons

Myra Simmons is an improv & stand up comedian, fire performer, and teacher who enjoys making flow props and accessories in her spare time. As being apart of GoFlow in Asheville, NC, she has a lot of opportunity to connect and meet local flow artists, as well as, teach whatever skills she is learning to others on a steady basis.


Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #6

11:00am

The Divine and The Draconic- Trapper
In this class, we will discuss how to translate Halo rolls, Angel rolls, Jesus rolls, and Prayer techniques and variations onto the Dragon Staff. Knowing how to perform these moves on contact staff will be helpful, but not entirely required.

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #13

11:00am

✧✦MELT: INTRO TO LIQUID DANCE✦✧ - Sunshine Jupiter
Melt into your soul. Drip into the cauldron of the one. Freedom in movement of water. In this exploratory workshop we will re-discover the effortless movements of nature within our own bodies, surrendered to the rhythm. Relaxing is the fundamental path of all natural forces and we are those forces. Just as light always takes the shortest path between two points, though dance, we will take the shortest path between tension and total freedom… liquid dance.

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Sunshine Jupiter

Sunshine Jupiter Productions / Actual Eyes Productions
Sunshine Jupiter is a multi-dimensional, multi-media artist, dancer, teacher, videographer, producer, and student of earth wisdom. She radiates effortless joy contagiously through her vibrant dance and will put you in a mystical trance with her pristine film production. Extensive training in a broad range of dance styles, from ballet to West African, led her to the energetic roots of all that is in motion. She now applies her ever-deepening... Read More →


Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #5

11:00am

Poi Kickups - Javier Dieguez
This workshop revolves around sequences that involve kicking up the poi with your feet and legs. We will break down the basic ways to do kick ups and also cover different ways to catch the poi with your legs. Once we cover the basics, we will move on to more complicated sequences that utilize them. If we have time, we will also do some group combo building and exploration. Covering: - Basic foot and poi head positioning for kick ups - The leg and foot motion required to execute the kick up - Entrances into the kick up resting position (such as holding the poi head and wrapping it around the leg, wrapping the leg around the tether while in an elbow trap, catching the poi with your legs from tosses, the roundhouse kick leg catch from tosses, etc.)

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #11

11:00am

Pendulum tracing - Greg Haskins
Focuses on utilizing pendulums and body tracing to create neat illusions as well as transitions to enhance your overall spinning

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Greg Haskins

Poi spinner, Techris Things on strings


Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #1

11:00am

C-Staff with Your Lower Half (Introduction) - KC Allen
This course introduces the fundamentals of lower body contact staff work. It includes conditioning and tips to take home about how to work up to more advanced moves. It focuses on classes of movement (rolls, wraps, traps) that participants are already familiar with in upper body work, in order to provide them with a toolset to create their own combinations. Sample course content: Leg and hip stretches, static rolling, leg and waist wraps, foot lifts and tosses, knee wraps. Recommend wearing pants that you have a lot of mobility in (they don’t have to be yoga pants, I just don’t recommend jeans) and lightweight or flexible shoes.

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KC Allen

KC is most distracted by Contact Staff...and after that, every other prop. Introduced to flow arts in 2010, she walked away from a career in archaeology to pursue flow arts and eventually teaching and performance full-time. Performs with Radiant Illusions in Orlando, FL. Influenced by ballet and clowning. Sometimes known to coordinate fire safety for large events.


Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #10

11:00am

Rope Dart 101: From No Where To Now Here - Kevin Forman
This class introduces students to the Rope Dart. Terminology, planes, sides, spins and swings are covered. Students learn fundamental principles of the Rope Dart as well as how these principles differ from individuals' values. This class provides students with working knowledge of the Rope Dart and its operation and sets the tone for learning and understanding more advanced technique. This class is a starting point and in my opinion the most important Rope Dart class a beginner could take. It answers the question, So, what can I do with this?

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Friday April 7, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #7

1:30pm

Partner Stretching and Acro – Partner/Flexibility - Kristen Zyra
This playful class will focus on partnering up for flexibility training. After sufficiently warming up the body for deep stretching, students will learn a variety of tandem exercises which will add resistance to stretching poses to enhance the depth of each position. We will also explore some restorative acroyoga style postures to aid the body in decompression at the end of this intense stretching session.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #4

1:30pm

STAFF- A Movement Art-Form - Irijah Rivers
I am happy to share this solid meditative, and focused approach to practicing staff. I have developed a movement art-form for staff that will take you through many basic and expert movements in a specific order (similar to martial arts or yoga). By following this Form it will enhance your flow, your energy and give you more to work/play with no matter what level you are at. We will be using a variety of both (on body) Contact and (off body in hand) Flowstyle movements. My style of teaching is a hands-on learning experience designed to meet each person where they are in their growth with flow arts. I pride myself on creating a fun, moderately paced, yet engaging learning experience that you can step away from feeling satisfied, excited about and have good material to add into your staff practice. Bring your own staff if you can, but I will have a few extra if you don’t.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #12

1:30pm

Translating to Multiprop - Abigail Lindsey
This class is for those who are ready to pick up more props but are not sure where to start. It will go over some of the core techniques that can be found in all 2 handed props and show you how to find relations even in tricks you would have never thought could be shared! This class is perfect for a beginner or someone just looking to start another prop journey!

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #8

1:30pm

Liquid Folds for Tech heads - Mufasa Lee
This workshop averts artists from using the traditional “plane to same plane” fold and extends the range of motion across the entire body. Whether entranced in tech, engulfed in flow, or looking to captivate the eye of an audience without strenuous or repetitive motions, this workshop will definitely provide a new approach to your vision of planes.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #2

1:30pm

No Beat Intensive - Matt Agostini
This class will focus on no beats with two hoops. The goal is to not let the hoop make a full rotation while it is in your hand. Drills will be taught to practice all timings and directions of no beats. You will learn proper technique for both forward and reverse no beats in wheel and wall planes. You will learn the reverse 3 beat weave, forward 3 beat weave, reverse 5 beat weave and how to transition between them. No beat notation will be introduced and adapted to hoops, a few patterns will be taught using this notation.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #3

1:30pm

Falling with style - Eli Harrod
That was deliberate. We'll start by going over the basics of tumbling and cartwheels then open things up for the group to explore how we can apply that with as many different props as we can. Bring every prop you got.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #9

1:30pm

Clockspace - I am U
Clockspace is a leviwand class designed to uproot the standard vertical floating stick mentality. We will be exploring concepts like floating isolations, isobreaks, and isolated contact moves using clockspace as a fundamental way to organize and execute clean, nonstandard wand styles. What's so cool about an upright prop anyway? [Jump to 2:29 in the video for a preview!]

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #6

1:30pm

Body Geometry- Tesla
In this class, students will learn how to utilize the natural geometry of the body to create visually appealing illusions. Students will be lead through exercises in posture and sequencing, as well as several other sretches and techniques to help participants use their bodies to showcase their natural geometry with and without props. ***Artists with a tutting background will excel at this class***

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #13

1:30pm

Intro to Composition: Dance and Movement Improvisation - Alli Hart
The future of flow arts lies within the three C's: choreography, collaboration, and composition. Discovering one's choreographic process is no easy task and can take many years to understand and perfect. The aim of this class is to encourage flow artists to begin to explore their choreographic process and to claim it as their own. This class will bridge the gap between improvisation and concrete choreography by exploring elements of composition such as rhythm, musicality, intent, artistic purpose, style, and execution. At the beginning of the class, I will play an instrumental piece of music of my choice. There will then be a brief period of improvisational exploration, followed by an open discussion and brainstorming. Students will then be given the task of choreographing at least three 8-counts to this piece of music. Students may choose to work alone or in groups of two. Students also do not have to incorporate props but may do so if they would like to. Everyone will then share what they came up with at the end, myself included. If anyone does not feel comfortable sharing their work, they will NOT be forced to share. This is an open and safe creative space, and going through the process is the most important part.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #5

1:30pm

Intro to Body Tracing - Ashlee Galliford
The beginnings of a dance composition often start with improvisation. The aim of this class is to step outside of one's traditional comfort zone and explore new movements in order to gain a different perspective on movement and the body's abilities. The class will consist of a variety of movement scores that I will describe and set as a basic framework. The majority of the class will consist of free movement without any props, but students are free to bring any props that they desire as they may be incorporated in the final score. Several of the scores will consist of collaboration, group work, and physical contact. Students are also encouraged to bring any musical instruments that they play, as improvisational music and improv dance go hand in hand. Get ready to break the mold of your typical flow and create something beautiful!

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #11

1:30pm

F**k Gravity - How to Stall Your Poi - Megan 'Stone Fox' and Mike Corelli
Co-teaching with Stone Fox (Megan McCutchen) This is a beginner level class, aimed at covering all basic stalling techniques, including pendulums, down, up, overhand/top, and even double stalls (stalling both poi at the same time), as well as different stalling points. Previous experience with stalls is not required.


Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #1

1:30pm

Halos and Angel Rolls - FUNdamentals - Krisstina
Learning one helps you learn the other, and these two moves are what got me hooked on contact. They are broken down into accessible pieces that can be practiced one at a time. In this way, you can quickly progress to being technically proficient without teaching yourself bad habits. This class can save you years of trial and error. Once you lock these, it will be easier to integrate staff with your personal dance style. No experience necessary, but all levels can benefit.

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Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #10

1:30pm

Single Staff 101- Cody Beastman
From the basics of traditional spinning into contemporary pattern spinning, and finally, the bread and butter of contact work. This is a fairly dense class, meant to leave the student with a solid foundation of multiple styles of single staff play with which to further their independent study. Some basic playtime with a staff will be helpful, taking notes is encouraged. Beg.

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Cody Beastman

Jugglepunx


Friday April 7, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #7

3:00pm

Find Your Balance- Handstand and Headstands - Kasey South
Drop the props and turn things upside down in this introduction to head and handbalancing course. In this class you will learn the fundanentals of finding your center of balance, along with the strength and mobility required to attain balance. We will go over multiple exercises and poses, as well as entries and exits to make your balance feel stable and ready to add to your flow.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #4

3:00pm

DOUBLE DRAGON - Coach
TWO DRAGON STAFFS AT THE SAME FREAKIN TIME!! learn the building blocks, frame work, and methods of spinning two dragons funtionally around one another.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #12

3:00pm

Transitioning through relations: The Dice Game- Becca Becker
We will first go over all of the basic relations to fans: O, X, I, C, CC, W, ATL-W, S And transition elements: Anti-spin, toss, isolation, extension, stacking, tracing, fold, slides(translation), and glides. Once everyone is comfortable, we will then learn to think outside the box. Using those relations we will learn to transition through them with different combos & patterns using a dice game. Bring a pen and paper to take notes of your favorites!

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Becca Becker

Co-Owner, Forged Creations
Becca Becker began her journey into flow arts in 2010. It wasn’t until 2011 that she found her love for fans. Becca is a manipulator of many objects including, fans, poi, levi wand, double staffs, juggling, contact staff, and dragon staff and is also an accomplished fire eater. Co-owner of Forged Creations, and a member for the Forged Creations fire team. Nominated for Flow Arts Institutes - Instructor of the year in 2015, Becca has been... Read More →


Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #8

3:00pm

NOT 1- NOT 2- BUT 3 HOOPS - Jaimie Hayes
**If image is not displayed.** This workshop will focus on some flashy and techy triple hoop moves. Triple hoop experience is not required, but some double hoop experience will be helpful! ► Pop Up! ► Fold & Twist ► Thread the Needle ► Crossers ► Isolation Illusions ► Grip Transitions ► Spiral Wrap ► Multiplex Cross Toss

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #2

3:00pm

Shooting Stars and Atomic Folds- What the hell are those?! (double hoops) - Monica Marie
In this class, I will be teaching within hoop folds. This combines knowledge of isolation patterns, smears, and two hoop/one handed skills. I will start the class by defining what I consider to be a within hoop fold, then also will let the class explore the concept of hinging- using one hoop as the anchor to create a fold with another- on their own to see what movements happen organically. Once the class has a grasp on creating within hoop folds, I will teach three of my favorite: shooting star- just a fun name I came up with, simply an extension vs handspin, atomic fold- another fun name for a simple but stunning hybrid folding iso-pop pattern with many applications, and finally, a two hoop/one handed iso with a smear in front of the body and, if time permits, behind the body.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #3

3:00pm

Club Movement and Sequencing - Logan Goethe
This workshop will focus on exploring space and time with you club juggling. I will begin by demonstrating helpful grids in which to move with your clubs and explore the space around your body. Next we will begin a spontaneous sequence generating practice, in which we use specific patterns to link our tricks and movements together, ultimately building improvised and elegant manipulation sequences that bring us into new territory. You will leave this class with new content that you can be proud of, and having done much that you never imagined yourself doing with your clubs, guaranteed.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #9

3:00pm

Dancing with your Wand - Chrystalline
Learning tricks is cool, but learning how to do tricks with a little pep in your step, or twist in your hip is even cooler. In this course you will be taught different variations of tricks and how to add a little pizazz to them. Adding dance to your flow enhances its visual appeal for spectators, but is also a ton of fun.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #6

3:00pm

The Art of Prop Performance - Drex
Performance doesn't just have to be your three favorite tricks in front of a crowd of people--you can say something with it. This class applies a lot of the lessons I've learned in the modern dance world over the course of the past three years to make performances with any prop move beyond trick showcases to statements by the choreographer. Come learn to tell a story or share an idea through your craft!

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #13

3:00pm

✧✦ Strictly Body Isos ✦✧ - Sunshine Jupiter
Dive deeper into the body and learn how to isolate each muscle in perfect control. Body isolations will open up your world in your stretches, dance, prop manipulation & performance.

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Sunshine Jupiter

Sunshine Jupiter Productions / Actual Eyes Productions
Sunshine Jupiter is a multi-dimensional, multi-media artist, dancer, teacher, videographer, producer, and student of earth wisdom. She radiates effortless joy contagiously through her vibrant dance and will put you in a mystical trance with her pristine film production. Extensive training in a broad range of dance styles, from ballet to West African, led her to the energetic roots of all that is in motion. She now applies her ever-deepening... Read More →


Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #5

3:00pm

Isolations with Poi - Javier Dieguez
This is an intensive introduction into isolations. Includes a number of drills to get isolations at different points around the body as well as a number of hybrids and snakes involving isolations. Covering: - Horizontal isolations with transitions in and out - Vertical isolations starting with buzzsaw variations, then moving to wallplane variations (with drills involving the different spinning directions and alternating which arm is in front to seamlessly maintain the illusion) - Isolated pendulums and transitions in and out - Hybrids involving isolations such as iso vs extension, iso vs horizontal/vertical cateyes, iso vs triquetra, etc.

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #11

3:00pm

Intro to contact poi - Greg Haskins
This workshop is primarily focused around getting comfortable with two staffs spinning around your body. The goal is not precision, but maneuverability. Most of the time will be spent studying timing/direction while experimenting with your props proximity from different parts of the body.

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Greg Haskins

Poi spinner, Techris Things on strings


Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #1

3:00pm

Pressure Locks and Their Applications- KC Allen
Come explore pressure locks, a technique to firmly hold and manipulate the staff without grasping it with your hands. We’ll cover pressure locks in different planes and their applications for transitioning in and out of the steve and angel family of moves.

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KC Allen

KC is most distracted by Contact Staff...and after that, every other prop. Introduced to flow arts in 2010, she walked away from a career in archaeology to pursue flow arts and eventually teaching and performance full-time. Performs with Radiant Illusions in Orlando, FL. Influenced by ballet and clowning. Sometimes known to coordinate fire safety for large events.


Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #10

3:00pm

Rope Dart 102 : We're Here! Now What? - Kevin Forman
This class will continue from the previous class and introduce students to Rope Dart shots. Shots are projections of the dart using various hinge points/joints of the body. This class will cover shots that utilize a students foot, knee and elbow on both sides of their body. Once students are comfortable with shots we will incorporate concepts of the first class (spins, for example) into shots. In other words, students will be able to perform various body spins into shot combinations

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Friday April 7, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #7

4:30pm

Intro to Fire Eating - April Choi
This is Part 2 of 2 Intro Fire Breathing workshops where we discuss the in the moment considerations one must be conscious of while breathing fire. These discussions will lead into actual practice spitting with water and an opportunity to have a first breathe for first time breathers as well as learning to safety a new breather. This workshop is back to back with Part 1, which is required if participants intend to take the option for first breaths. If time permits, we will begin Part 2 of the workshop early (potentially during Part 1). Please bring water (bottle or gallon if available), hair protection, something to hold (a torch or in place of a torch like a club or stick). Video is for observation of some of Cilantro's best practices and techniques.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #4

4:30pm

Introduction to staff balancing - Justin Widmar
There are so many ways you can balance a staff on your body or on other stick(s). Learn your way around 1 and 2 staff balancing and get more comfortable with making balancing look and feel fun.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #12

4:30pm

Intro to Passing - Justin Priest
This is an intro to passing clubs, balls, hoops or rings betwixt you and your friends. If you are comfortable juggling a cascade with your props of choice, then you are more than prepared to learn how to throw things back and forth with your friends! Justin Priest and I will break down the basic, 6 object passing pattern into smaller components and exercises to get you started feelin the bliss of partner juggling! Sillyness, hazardous flying objects, and fun are all guaranteed. *You do not require a partner to attend!*

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #8

4:30pm

Hip Reels with Hoops!- Charlotte Dillard
In this workshop we will cover one of my all time favorite double hoop transitions, hip reels! Hip reels are essentially just two beat weaves, with your hand positioned on either side at your hips. They are a great way to add flare to your flow, and once you are comfortable with them they look downright magical! We will cover six main timings and directions (all of which are demonstrated in my class submission video on Youtube). With all of the possible directions grasped, we will then move on to the concept of turning with your hip reels! I will share some of my favorite double hoop transitions into hip reels, and the hand positioning I find most successful when doing your reels (it's slightly different than your usual two beat grip!) A good prerequisite for this workshop would be your standard forward and reverse two beat weaves, along with a basic understanding of timings and directions. I will also cover a brief introduction to timings and directions so don't let that discourage you if you aren't entirely certain about them

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #3

4:30pm

Intro to Multi-Hooping - Grace Good
This Intro to Multi-Hooping workshop is ideal for the intermediate level hooper with zero or little experience with multiple hoops. MUST have experience with a single hoop and be able to hoop comfortably on waist, chest, knees, and arms. Students will learn how to isolate body parts to control the multiple hoops on different parts of the body while working with 2-3 hoops! This workshop will have a strong emphasis on on-body multi hooping, but we will be exploring off body techniques as well. :) Check out the workshop preview video!

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #2

4:30pm

Twappin Dwagons - Mik Phil
In this class well go over what a trap is and the many ways to use them. Starting with hand to body traps leading all the way up to one arm traps. To top things off we will learn some great drills utilizing traps for practing both directions of rolling and some sweet sequences!

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #9

4:30pm

Longstring with style - I am U
A break down of all things long string leviwand! This includes things like grips, wraps, transitions, dance, acrobatics, and presentation to really expand out from that short string flow. It's time to let go!

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #6

4:30pm

BeatBoxing for Flow Arts- Sirius Colors
BeatBoxing offers the quickest and most fun doorway to a full integration of breath into the rhythm of movement. In this workshop, we explore the integration basic beatboxing skills into every style and form, instantly upping your game and initiating mad laughter.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #13

4:30pm

Fixating on Fluidity - Tesla
In this class, students will learn how to incorporate fluid motion into their vocabulary more naturally after being lead through a series of stretches, drills, techniques, and other activites to help participants quickly learn how to help their movement have more fluid illusion.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #5

4:30pm

Lettuce- Turnip- the Beets: Gluten Free Poi Throws.- Chris Kelly
Let's turn up the beats! What is a beat? What is a beet? How are the two related? They are not, but cool name right? This is a beat focused class for poi jugglers/throwers. We will go over the what makes a throw a no beat, and how to apply them into your juggling and spinning. In addition to no beats, we will go over other throws that are relative to the timing of a no beat: Anti-beats and overturn throws. Single roation throws and flats will also be discussed.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #11

4:30pm

9 Square Revisited ( Lecture and Applications- Bryce Smithe
9 Square Revisited ( Lecture and Applications) During this class, students may pick up their props to sample some ideas as I will be giving examples but this is intended to be a lecture or concept developing workshop. At the end of the workshop ( if there is time), I will display a couple of applications of the ideas taught and gladly break them down for student that would like for me to. *Topics covered The Rule of Thirds: What Makes a Perceivable Design 9 Square Introduction: What is the 9 Square Theory Exploring the Squares 4 Triangles to Make a Square: Overlapping Triangles The Rule of Thirds: Applying Three Dimensions (first 10 minutes the class to follow this one) ----------------------------------------------------------- The Rule of Thirds (What makes a perceivable design?) The rule of thirds is a principle that artist have been following for centuries. It states that a composition must be able to be divided up into equal thirds. When faced with circular trajectory one might reference the vitruvian circle. ----------------------------------------------------------- 9 Square Intro 9 Square: What is the 9 Square Theory? 9 square theory is a concept coined by charlie cushing to describe a style of spinning that was based on a nine square grid to promote plane control, shape alignment, and symmetry. We will talk a bit about why this is important and I will share some examples --------------------------------------------------------- Exploring the Squares We will be taking a closer look at the square and the relativity to the body and the planes it (the body) creates. We will consider different transitions and talk about negative space and movement within. ----------------------------------------------------------- 4 Triangles to Make a Square: Overlapping Triangles We will be going over the idea of moving around the square with 3 points plotted on the grid as the pathway for shape creation. ----------------------------------------------------------- The Rule of Thirds: Applying Three Dimensions I will close up this workshop with the first 10 minutes the class to follow this one, a more advanced lessons about applying everything that we went over in this workshop to a 3 dimensional framework.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #1

4:30pm

Fishtail Flowers: Fundamentals - Cody Beastman
This is an advanced class in which we will discuss strange combinations of propellers, forwards-, and reverse-fishtails to create stunning patterns similar to flowers drawn with poi, but completely in contact on the wrist. We will go over some interesting and important drills, as well as some interesting concepts. Comfort with fishtails and propellers necessary, some understanding of poi theory helpful. If you cannot fishtail, you WILL NOT progress in this class. Adv.

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Cody Beastman

Jugglepunx


Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #10

4:30pm

A Good Ole Fashioned Paddlin' - Double Contact Staff 101 - Jeremy Menefee
This class focuses on some fundamental moves with two contact staves. We'll learn trapping, paddling, and violining with two contact staves. Although this is an intro level double contact staff class, a beginner to intermediate level of experience is preferred with a single contact staff.

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Friday April 7, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #7
 
Saturday, April 8
 

9:30am

Running a fire circle at a festival - Lucky
In this workshop we dicuss good tips on how to run a open fire circle at a festival. Im a fire guardian for envision in costa rica and have helped run fire circles at festivals such at life in color miami and farm fest. We talk about situations that you might encounter as well as how to properly set up a fire circle. Troops get paid to run open fire circles at festivals so this is great information to learn if you want to get more involved with festivals.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #4

9:30am

Rope Dart 103 : Wait! I Can Do That?! - Kevin Forman
This class will continue from the previous two classes. Here, students will be introduced to Rope Dart wraps. Wraps are a series of one or more empty knots, which students can incorporate into their spinning and shooting techniques. Wraps have the user seemingly looking tied up, however, the rope is not knotted around the body. Basic wraps, such as the Belt Wrap and Dark Scorpion Wrap will be covered.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #12

9:30am

Discovering Triads - Jay Becker
- An intro to Triads - Extra props provided -Focus on straight spine triads with 1 spinning ring Triads are a relatively unexplored prop with huge potential for discovery. - Grip choice and how to handle triads- - Two in one hand, the doorway to four - Triads Relations (orientation to each other) - isolations and linear movements. - adding the 3rd point of interest to patterns you may already know - plane switching,modes and driving styles, multi mode, 3D, Atomics - choos/ flowers/ caps/tracers/ flashy moves and more!

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Jay Becker

Co-Owner, Forged Creations
As the founder of Forged Creations fire gear, Jay has been practicing prop manipulation and flow since 2010, and has been an organizer with FLAME festival the past 3 years. A multiple prop artist, his main focus has been on staves. Residing near Atlanta, GA, Jay and his wife Becca have helped countless new spinners stay interested and learn at multiple flow jams and events locally as well as holding workshop days at several ATL movement... Read More →


Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #8

9:30am

4 HOOP/QUAD HOOP TECH - Jaimie Hayes
**If image is not displayed.** This workshop will focus on quad hoop tech. Experience with double hoops is not required but will definitely help! I can provide same size quad sets for those who do not have them. ► We will begin by introducing some ways to get into the traditional 4 hoop grip setup, including the butterfly hinge and variations. ► We will then explore different simple fold patterns and grip switches. We will expand upon these folds and grips to create more complex patterns and isolation variations. ► We will conclude the class by combining all of these moves into even more complex patterns including but not limited to quad flowers, quad butterflies and variations of those.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #3

9:30am

Escalator Madness 2.0 - Grace Good
Escalator Madness 2.0! Come learn some wacky combos with an escalator foundation! Escalators, wedgies, and folds with an intermediate to advance variety of different versions to learn. This 2.0 version of this workshop has an updated curriculum with new tricks and new variations of the old ones, but no worries we will still reveiw the favorites from the first workshop. Open to any intermediate level hoopers whether you have taken the orginal workshop or not.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #2

9:30am

Intro Firebreathing (Part 1/2) - Hazards - Cilantro
This is an intermediate class covering the fundamental movements of Body Tracing in poi. This class will teach how to apply this technique to basic movements such as weaves and reels. This class will cover tracing weaves and how this transfers to fountains as well as linear traces. Basic components of horizontal and vertical Snakes will be covered as well. This class will break down how this type of movement is derived from basic component reels.

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Cilantro

Fone Operator, MDSO
Anything. I love most props and forms. | | Object Manipulation | Fire Manipulation | Object + Fire Manipulation


Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #9

9:30am

Long string- fluid anchors - Eli Harrod
Keep them guessing. In this workshop we will learn how to seamlessly transition from one anchor to another. Going from hand to shoulder, hand to neck, shoulder to neck, from one shoulder to another and back again. We will also go over some of the applications for each anchor.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #6

9:30am

Clowning around with Krumzo - Krumbz
Ever wanted to be a clown? Maybe learn how to do clown makeup that will last through you performance? Wondered where the clown came from or why the cirque color scheme is red with black and white stripes? Or maybe you are ready to finally be the clown we all always knew you were! If your interest is peaked then this is the class for you. In this class I will be helping you discover a better understanding of what it means historically to be a clown as well as helping you discover you inner clown. This is a one part history one part character development class. Going over the history of clowns from ancient indigenous tribes and the court jester to the modern clown. Then straight into development of your clown persona, are you happy, sad, butthurt, goofy, shy? Better yet why do you relate to this emotion more than the others? Let's find out.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #13

9:30am

How to Use the Stage: Performance Adaptability Fundamentals - Chabuku
It's easy to find a spot in the fire circle or on the stage to stand and really impress with your technical ability. That's not what this is about. It's about utilizing the spaces you have, big, small, low, high, with or without obstacles. How to engage your audience using your spacing, stage set up. All props are welcome and encouraged. This workshop will break you out of your small circles and open up all possible stages examining footwork, large body movements, visual focus, and audience connection. No matter the size or shape of your stage you can find movements to embrace and break from your limitations. This class involves constant movement, so be ready to shake it. Bring a prop of any kind (a good variety is best) and we will explore concepts through games based around spatial relations. We will also explore how to connect to audience of varying sizes and how to make every individual audience member feel engaged and special.

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ChaBuku

ChaBuku has been performing for 10 years utilizing fire and flow arts. It all started with a Halloween costume where he learned to juggle, then found a flow-jam in his home town, Minneapolis. He began performing with several Minnesota-based troupes, travelling around the continent to learn everything he could in that time. ChaBuku incorporates his unique movement style into all the myriad props he uses in an effort to inspire and create. He now... Read More →


Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #5

9:30am

Fundamentals of Tech- Part 1 - Drex
Intimidated by tech? This class is centered around the idea that if we work up to a trick by starting with small, simple movements and gradually building up their complexity, anyone can learn difficult tech and apply these lessons to learning a variety of tricks they encounter. Part 1 of this class covers linear extensions, creating tricks by chaining together straight lines into ever more complicated and beautiful patterns.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #11

9:30am

Exploring Inside Space - Bryce Smithe
Exploring inside Space This course will involve many Helical and/ or Toroidal elements toward the end of the workshop, so an understanding of these areas is preferred. Topics Covered: Invented space vs The Coronal (frontal) Plane I will explain what it means to go “ inside” and how to move around once we get there. I will give a couple of exercises for slipping into inside space from various locations outside. This includes horizontal insides as well as vertical. I will differentiate between inside waterfall space (inside on bottom) and inside space windmill (inside on top). Tricks taught: * 3 petal waterfall flower vs 3 petal wall flower *3 petal waterfall flower vs wall static *W/ one beat inside *Waterfall linear extentions vs any wall plane shape *Waterfall Isolation vs wall static *crosser with inside swing *penduluming through windmill in 5 beat *inside space behind armpit *negative/ inside space with knee wr Fully enveloped shapes and hand paths In this section, I will give some examples of ways to remain inside for the duration of several tricks. This means drawing shapes that never go outside of the Invented space. If a good understanding of this concept is reached, We will attempt a couple of transition that seamlessly fade in between layered space, Invented space, and the Coronal Plane. Shapes easily drawn inside: Caps 3 petal Isolations Wrap Invented Space vs the Coronal Plane: Part two I will give some example of drawing patterns that consist of outside and inside elements (one hand enveloped, the other on the wall plane). This will include flowers vs extensions, Cap Vs Cap, iso vs extension, iso vs iso and a couple more later in the lesson if there is time at the end. This section is going to be difficult for beginners. Negative space snacks: Pirouettes Inside no beat No beat pirouettes Inside no beat (horizontal)

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #1

9:30am

Contact Double Staff Jam - Jeremy Menefee
Instructor will demonstrate a variety of contact double staff maneuvers, but this class will be geared more towards group skillshare - Contact Double Staff is a relatively new and unexplored style of manipulation, with new techniques constantly popping up. In this class, any participant is encouraged to bring a move they've learned or discovered and share it with other double contact staff manipulators.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #10

9:30am

Not Your Average Angel Rolls - Krisstina
This is not the class to learn an Angel Roll, please come to the beginner class. This is the class to figure out all the awesome things you can do with the skill you already possess. Hand to foot transitions, kick ups and tosses into angels, standing variations and groundwork. Come get some!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:45am
Area #7

11:00am

Aerial Yoga – Flexibility - Kristen Zyra
Increase flexibility and range of motion by using the tissu to assist stretching exercises. We will also explore restorative postures by hanging inverted in a sling and allowing gravity to work it's restorative magic.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #4

11:00am

Gettin’ Dizzy with 360’s - Skiffle
Like to spin when you spin? Learn to spin (your body) quickly with halos, steves, vertical steves, angel rolls, fishtails, etc.

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Skiffle

Captain, Ninja Pyrate
Come try our new lighter and stronger carbon fiber prop line!


Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #12

11:00am

Chasing the fan - Jake Wetzel
The slide of stall chasers and liquid movements show how our fans look while working in unison. We'll learn what close patterns in relationships the fans express as we make them dance with a lead and a follow in between smooth slides and large spins.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #8

11:00am

Advanced Chest Rolls - The Hoop Guy
**Please only attend if you can perform a chest / back roll with full contact from hand to hand with relative ease** Chest rolls are Mike’s favorite hoop move, and this class will explore what possibilities lie beyond the basics. Starting with getting our chest roll as slow as possible, we will move into such moves as “chest roll to finger-tip / hand balance,” “turning rolls,” “forearm to body roll,” “chest roll neck wrap,” “chest roll to face balance,” and “body roll breaks,” to name a few. If you’ve ever wondered what’s possible now that you got your chest roll on lock down, this is the class for you.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #2

11:00am

Triple Hoop Legos- Portals- and Placements - Matt Agostini
This class will focus on many triple hoop transitions and manipulations. Many placements all over the body will be taught to help work into your flow. These placements can be directly used to transition into hoop legos. Multiple hoop legos will be taught along with many variations. These legos can be used to work with portals. Portals are a fun class of tricks that incorporate both legos and placements. They are a great addition to any hooper’s flow!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #3

11:00am

Intro to Firebreathing (Part 2) - Practiove for 1st breath.- Cilantro
The starting class for fire eating that will cover all the basics to keep you safe and turn you into a bad-ass fire eater!

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Cilantro

Fone Operator, MDSO
Anything. I love most props and forms. | | Object Manipulation | Fire Manipulation | Object + Fire Manipulation


Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #9

11:00am

Leviwand Dance 101 - Myra Simmons
New to leviwand? Or looking to expand your leviwand dance repertoire? This is the class for you! Each student will be provided a leviwand from What the Huq, if they wish. Let's make you wand of us, and get more intimate with this magical prop together. Long string leviwand, short string leviwand, and double leviwands are all welcome in this class, as we explore moving with our leviwand. Gather tricks and movements to incorporate into your everyday tech, flow, and choreography.

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Myra Simmons

Myra Simmons is an improv & stand up comedian, fire performer, and teacher who enjoys making flow props and accessories in her spare time. As being apart of GoFlow in Asheville, NC, she has a lot of opportunity to connect and meet local flow artists, as well as, teach whatever skills she is learning to others on a steady basis.


Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #6

11:00am

Guided Flirtation Practice - Zofia
Like many flow arts, flirtation can be improved with practice. Unfortunately, practicing flirting can be hard and confusing, since you can't always tell who will be a willing practice partner. We'll also go over how to recognize flirtation. Come ready to flirt with people you may not be attracted to. Experienced flirters are welcome, but this class is created for those who aren't as confident in their skills.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #13

11:00am

Mechanical Musicality - Tesla
In this class, students will be utilizing concepts from Popping and Robotic styles of dance in order to add a more glitchy/mechanical illusion to your movement. Participants will be lead through several techniques, drills, and activity blending technique and musicality such as dimestops, dimestarts, hitting, stances, and much more.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #5

11:00am

The Power of Pendulums- Nick Garcia
Pendulums are the ultimate transitional tool for poi artists. This subtle idea often goes unnoticed and underused even by the most experienced spinners. Learning pendulum theory will round out your ability to move between timing and direction changes while giving you a long list of ideas to boggle the minds of anyone watching you. This class covers intermediate and advanced patterns. No matter how long you've been spinning, I guarantee you will learn plenty. We will start by talking about what pendulums are and what they look like. This includes the hand positions involved in pendulum theory and how pendulums work at each point. After a short amount of theory talk, we will dive into practice patterns that help us exercise pendulums one hand at a time. We'll spend enough time to work on both hands in a variety of directions and different hand positions until it all makes enough sense to move up to both poi. Once single-hand practice is done we will cycle through the four main direction and timing combinations - along with the different hand positions for pendulums - while covering pattern ideas in each as well as exercises to help your body make it all happen. The timing and direction combinations include: - Same Time / Together Direction - Split Time / Together Direction - Same Time / Opposite Direction - Split Time / Opposite Direction The hand positions we'll focus on are the four main ones involved in diamond flowers: North (straight overhead), South (near our waist), East, and West (Left/Right) After we've played around with each, we'll bring it all together by focusing on how pendulums force transitions to happen and how we can take full advantage of that. Throughout the class, we'll take breaks so everyone can practice while I do 1-on-1 check-ins with everyone to make sure we're all clear on what's being worked on. If there's time at the end, we'll open the floor for some skill sharing on pendulum patterns to help everyone load up on ideas to practice.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #11

11:00am

Getting Sexy with Snakes - Ashlee Galliford
This class will cover what snakes are: body traced component reels that switch from back/front plane at the shoulder or arm pit. This class will be based off of the basic 9 square model. How this movement can be executed both vertically and horizontally will be demonstrated, as well as different starting and ending points. Each timing and direction will be shown as well learning to turn with snakes. Students will learn all of the snaking components allowing them to create their own unique patterns in all timings and directions as well as creating hybrid patterns.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #1

11:00am

Dickmoves and Groundstalls- Cody Beastman
This is an intermediate legwork class for contact staff with a focus on using a knee-transfer in combos, stalling to the ground, and kicking back up. If you're new to legwork, no worries! This is a great place to start! Int.

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Cody Beastman

Jugglepunx


Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #10

11:00am

Rope Dart 105: Contact! - Frank Hatsis
This class will introduce students to contact style rope dart play. Contact style is a method of rope dart technique where the practitioner does not use their hands and instead uses contact points on the body to manipulate the rope dart. Combinations such as contact spins with shots will be taught as well as other contact style sequences.

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Frank Hatsis

Instructor, Rope Dart Academy
The Rope Dart! Yes!


Saturday April 8, 2017 11:00am - 12:15pm
Area #7

1:30pm

Find Your Flow with Aerial Silks - Kasey South
Spread your wings and fly with me as we explore movement on aerial silks. In this class you will be encouraged to utilize your own strengths as we find different entries and exits into your favorite learned poses. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate level performer, we will find a way to make you feel like a circus star.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #4

1:30pm

Antibrids for Double Staff - Drex
Antibrids are a type of trick created when you maintain a relationship between the end of one staff and the other hand. They create interesting juxtapositions of patterns that can be transferred all around the body. Here, we’ll cover basic static vs antispin antibrids, cranks, and examine what happens when you switch which hand is doing what.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #12

1:30pm

Flowers with Fans - Becca Becker
Learn flowers with your fans. We will be using the VTG as we move through all of the timings and directions in various planes. We will be starting off with some simpler flowers and then finish off the class with some fun hybrids. Prerequisite- Please be familiar with anti-spins, with both hands in both directions.

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Becca Becker

Co-Owner, Forged Creations
Becca Becker began her journey into flow arts in 2010. It wasn’t until 2011 that she found her love for fans. Becca is a manipulator of many objects including, fans, poi, levi wand, double staffs, juggling, contact staff, and dragon staff and is also an accomplished fire eater. Co-owner of Forged Creations, and a member for the Forged Creations fire team. Nominated for Flow Arts Institutes - Instructor of the year in 2015, Becca has been... Read More →


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #8

1:30pm

Melty Foldy Goodness - Monica Marie
I labeled this class as beginner, but I definitely think having a solid grasp of basic isolations and grip switches will be necessary. I want this class to be less rigid, more conceptual and open-ended. The goal is to teach a technique of adding clean folds to any wall plane isolation or isolation pattern. I will go over what I consider to be the difference between a hand spin and a fold and also introduce the concept of static isos vs rolling isos. To do this, I want to start with one hoop. First, I want to show my method of adding clean horizonal folds to rolling horizontal and diagonal isos, antispins, and extensions. Then how to add vertical folds to the same (antispin pattern and extension are a combination of both). Next, I want to explore static isos and adding folds to them. The most common use of this concept is with a move I've heard called Fishy-ing. Basically, it is just waving the hoop back and forth creating folds but when combined properly with rolling folds and another hoop it is mind melting! After exploring adding folds with one hoop and hopefully touching on both hands, I want to add a second and go through some of the same patterns as stated above, same time and same direction. Then I want to explore hybrid folding patterns- this is where we will really give our brains a work out! Combining all types of static and rolling isos with horizontal and vertical folds will be a blast, I want to make sure everyone has ample time to explore and see what comes naturally!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #3

1:30pm

Partner Double Hoop Tech - Alli Hart
This is a partner class that will teach a choregraphed routine packed with awesome crowd pleasers and technical moves that will be sure to open doors! Symmetrical tunneling, interlocking partner tech, and intriguing tricks that can be used in a solo performance as well! Bring a friend!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #2

1:30pm

Not Juggling Your Clubs - Logan Goethe
Tired of throwing your clubs up only to watch sadly as your hands fail to keep them from dropping? Well then prepare yourselves for a rigorous intro to the refined art of non-toss club manipulation! I am going to give you an overview of the many things one can do without tossing a club, leaving you with a giant bag of tricks and ideas to enhance your club manips. I will be covering common grips and gripswitches, traps, scissors, contact and balance. Club juggling experience is recommended but not necessary.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #9

1:30pm

Tosstech - I am U
Tosstech is a class where we explore all the possibilities of leviwand tosses! This class will teach a personally developed 3-part breakdown of leviwand tossing. Then we will expand into toss variations, toss theory, grip manipulations, and a fresh new combo to take home with you! In other words, everything from my grandma could do that to why would anyone even want to?!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #6

1:30pm

Playing Cards - Card Manipulation - April Choi
They’re small and compact, but offer an infinite number of amazing things one can do. Playing cards are found as one of the basic genres of magic as well as existing in a realm of closely guarded secrets with card sharks. We will be going mainly over card flourishes working on ways to impress with shuffles, dribbles, springs, fans and possibly one handed aerial cutting patterns.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #13

1:30pm

Performing Your Flow - Maurice Legendre
Performing Your Flow After learning to work with a skill toy, many desire to share what they have learned in a performance. However, in many cases people share their skills, even on stage, without understanding how to turn their art into a performance art. This workshop will go over the basics and tricks of how to take skills and apply them to a performance situation. These topics include, Bursting Your Bubble, Eye Contact, Presentation, Open and Close, Movement, Don't Just Do Something - Stand There, Authorization and more. Through these techniques even the best fire spinners can become better Fire Performers. This workshop is not skill toy specific. Bring what you are good at.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #5

1:30pm

NO BEATS - Greg Haskins
rid yourself of unnecessary rotations with the subtly of no beats. Material includes different throw and catch types, body spaces, patterns and drills to master them in no time. You can't have any pudding if you have extra beats.

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Greg Haskins

Poi spinner, Techris Things on strings


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #11

1:30pm

Trying to Catch a Roll - Chris Kelly
Need some new brain food? In this advanced contact poi class we will go over some of my most favorite ideas and sequences from my last year of research with contact poi: Contact roll stall points, added spins, rolls to shoulder, rolls from shoulder, back to back rolls on one arm. All 1 and 2 poi.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #1

1:30pm

Getting Down - Footwork and Ground - Krisstina
Switches back and forth between standing and ground work. We will learn foot-locks, kick-ups, hand to foot transitions, and breakdancing inspired floor movements. We will explore ways to get around on the ground utilizing duck outs and footwork drills, and discover how to translate things you already know, down below. Will provide loaner staffs.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #10

1:30pm

Propellers - Mik Phil
Propellers being one of the concepts apart of Dragon Theory is used widely in prop manipulation. Here well learn how important they can be with a dragon staff. They are super helpful when trying to get your staff to other sides of your body or to get the Dragon in abstract places. Also they're apart of all of our favorite trick, the matrix. And last this trick is very flary and wonderful for performances.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Area #7

3:00pm

Intro to LEDs for DIY props - Zofia
LEDs are a relatively easy thing to start tinkering with, but electricity is intimidating for many people. Don't worry, guys, I gotcha. I'll be going over how to make simple circuits, how to solder, and how to choose your supplies. I'll have some demos and handouts, so you'll be ready to make everything glow. A non-programming class.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #4

3:00pm

Little bits of contact (double staff) - Justin Widmar
Get comfortable with the simple approach to double staff contact. We will play with small length contact rolls that work great for easily integrating contact staff into your double staff spinning. Shoulder pads, neck wraps, angel variations

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #12

3:00pm

Floats (Ghosts) - Variants and Uses - Cilantro
Floats, often called Ghosts or Phantoms (regionally), is one of the most underutilized and effective fire breathing techniques. We will coach through some basic techniques and use them to create some sequences. In order to participate in the LIVE FIRE section of this workshop you must have previous breathing experience or have taken my Intro to Fire Breathing workshops. Required Equipment: Bring your own UPLO, wipe rag, fuel bottle, and it wouldn't hurt to bring additional safety towels. Example of Float Sequence at 2:23 in related video.

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Cilantro

Fone Operator, MDSO
Anything. I love most props and forms. | | Object Manipulation | Fire Manipulation | Object + Fire Manipulation


Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #8

3:00pm

Fire Hoop Techniques - That Hoop Guy
This class will focus on teaching you how to use your fire hoop with confidence, allowing you to hoop like it’s not on fire! Through simple hag placement techniques, we can learn how to work around the fire wicks. We will be learning how to do tosses, escalators, chest rolls, wedgies, and super tricky ways to light your hoop up. If you’ve ever been afraid of your fire hoop, or if you wanted to use an un-lit one to practice with, this is class for you. In this class we will not be lighting up unless we have extra time, and this will only be fore demonstrations. Bring your fire hoop if you have one, if you don’t have one then bring your regular hoop, I have a trick for emulating a fire hoop. Don’t be afraid of the fire, learn to work with it, and soon you’ll be manipulating the flame as well as your prop.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #2

3:00pm

Intro to Hoop Juggling- Matt Agostini
This class will be all about hoop juggling! The basic throw and catch will be taught and perfected so that it can be used in many patterns. The basic cascade will be taught with drills to practice. Many other variations will be demonstrated and taught. These include: extensions, tomahawk throws, lazy catches, tennis, wall plane juggling, and more! A few site swaps will be taught that add a nice touch to your patterns.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #3

3:00pm

Throwing Chaos at Your Friends - Justin Priest
Basic knowledge of partner club juggling is required for this class. Justin Priest and I will show you just where to take your partner juggling after you've become comfortable (read: bored) with the basics. Some of the topics we will be introducing include new types of throws, frameworks for moving around one another, funky (non 4-count) passing patterns, and doctoring. Come with a notebook and leave ready to fully explore the air between you like the juggling conquistador you are!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #9

3:00pm

Double wand tech - Eli Harrod
Spin your wands like floating double staves. In this workshop we will go over the basics of isolations and anti-spins then work to combine them with two wands to make different patterns and hybrids.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #6

3:00pm

Qi Gong Hidden in Movement Arts - Sirius Colors
Qi Gong is the ancient Chinese art of awakening and strengthening Qi, the life-force energy which animates all living things, through the integration of movement, breath, awareness and visualization. With only a slight shift of focus, every movement art and prop manipulation form is easily transformed into a Qi Gong style and therefore offers a path to Qi awakening and self-healing. In this workshop, we explore how each individual's style can be a personal Qi Gong form and offer many previously hidden gifts.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #13

3:00pm

✧✦ADDING DANCE TO PROP MANIPULATION✦✧ - Sunshine Jupiter
In this workshop, we will explore the worlds of various dance styles such as modern, ballet, and hip-hop etc. We will go over basic technique, turns and pirouettes, isolations within the body & consistent moves through the different styles. Working these movements in with our prop manipulation, we connect with our props in unforeseen ways.

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Sunshine Jupiter

Sunshine Jupiter Productions / Actual Eyes Productions
Sunshine Jupiter is a multi-dimensional, multi-media artist, dancer, teacher, videographer, producer, and student of earth wisdom. She radiates effortless joy contagiously through her vibrant dance and will put you in a mystical trance with her pristine film production. Extensive training in a broad range of dance styles, from ballet to West African, led her to the energetic roots of all that is in motion. She now applies her ever-deepening... Read More →


Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #5

3:00pm

Getting Head: A Contact Poi Workshop - Javier Dieguez
This class will go over a number of sequences revolving around grabbing the poi head. We wil also go over the various ways you can get into different manipulations and tosses from a poi head grab so you can build your own sequences. Covering: - Grabbing the poi head from various tosses and different ways to switch between holding the handle and holding the head - Tracing at different spots around the body while holding the poi head and transitions in and out of tracing - Wraps and flick backs while holding the poi head at various points around the body - Sequences and manipulations that utilize everything we have covered - Group combo building and exploration

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #11

3:00pm

Pretty Little Flowers - Nick Garcia
Flowers are the core concept every poi spinner should learn after grasping the fundamentals of poi. Learning flowers sets the stage for a beautiful and well-rounded spinning style, and you can easily blend it with almost all other concepts of poi spinning. This class covers intermediate and advanced patterns. No matter how long you've been spinning, I guarantee you will learn plenty. We will start by talking about how flowers are made, what the different types are called, and what they look like. This includes the hand positions involved in diamond flower theory and how those positions relate to the two different types of flowers. After a short amount of theory talk, we will dive into practice patterns that help us exercise flowers one hand at a time. We'll spend enough time to work on both hands in a variety of directions and different hand positions until it all makes enough sense to move up to both poi. Once single-hand practice is done we will pick both poi up and start making flowers that blend together and look fantastic. We'll primarily focus on Split Time / Together Direction and Split Time / Opposite Direction flowers for the majority of the class, but we'll also cover the other two direction/timing combinations (Same Time / Together Direction and Same Time / Opposite Direction). The hand positions we'll focus on are the four main ones involved in diamond flowers: North (straight overhead), South (near our waist), East, and West (Left/Right) Box flowers will not be covered, but you can find me after class for a quick breakdown of what those are and what they look like. After we've played around with flowers for a bit, we'll bring it all together to find some transitions between the different patterns we learned so that you don't feel like you have to stop spinning and restart somewhere else. Throughout the class, we'll take breaks so everyone can practice while I do 1-on-1 check-ins with everyone to make sure we're all clear on what's being worked on. If there's time at the end, we'll open the floor for some skill sharing on flower patterns to help everyone load up on ideas to practice.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #1

3:00pm

Angels and Variations - KC Allen
This workshop explores an iconic contact staff move, the “Angel.” We’ll deconstruct it in its traditional form in wall plane (vertically), and then make it horizontal, explore take-outs, replacements, and interruptions.

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KC Allen

KC is most distracted by Contact Staff...and after that, every other prop. Introduced to flow arts in 2010, she walked away from a career in archaeology to pursue flow arts and eventually teaching and performance full-time. Performs with Radiant Illusions in Orlando, FL. Influenced by ballet and clowning. Sometimes known to coordinate fire safety for large events.


Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #10

3:00pm

Caging Dragons - Heather Nani Ke Ahi
An intermediate dragon staff workshop breaking down several different cages of all levels. A cage is showcased when the dragon staff can continue rotation and spin fluidly in contact with the body while hands stay clamped together in a fist without seperating.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Area #7

4:30pm

Partner Lyra - Partner - Kristen Zyra
Let's work together to create more intricate shapes than we otherwise could alone! Incorporating partner play creates a whole new world of aerial tricks. No need to bring a friend since this will be the perfect opportunity to form a new friendship with another fellow aerialist. Prerequisite: Must have some experience with lyra or trapeze and feel comfortable mounting and hanging by two knees.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #4

4:30pm

Rope Dart 106: The Dark Side of the Dart Side - Frank Hatsis
This class will introduce students to dark wall technique. Dark wall technique happens behind the body in a verticle wheel plane. In dark wall, techniques such as spins, shots, and wraps can also be accomplished.

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Frank Hatsis

Instructor, Rope Dart Academy
The Rope Dart! Yes!


Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #12

4:30pm

Unexplored and abstract dragon planes - Krumbz
In this workshop we will be exploration on abstract planes with a dragon staff. What this will include is an explanation and break down of the G roll a hybrid move which is one part trap, one part fountain and all parts gangster. This move will be the foundation of the class, upon understanding the properties of this move it will allow us to get into inner leg/thigh traps and cages as well as front and back single leg stalls and leg stall weaves and patterns. Lots and lots of weirdness to be played with in this class. What you'll get - understanding the G roll and all of its properties - a quick simple break down of x/y axis, applied force and gyroscopic motion - inner & outer leg stalls - leg stall patterns & weaves - inner leg cages - how to be a G

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #8

4:30pm

Isolation Hybrids - Mufasa Lee
This workshop takes the concept of the traditional isolation and breaks it up into 4 simple motions, that when combined in variations timings/directions, hybrids are created. Then the class will take all patterns learned and apply them in motion across vertical and horizontal planes, exposing even greater possibilities for entry/exit points for various iso hybrid patterns. Examples of patterns learned in class: goddess machine, all 6 1:1 VTG patterns, two handed iso flowers, and more.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #3

4:30pm

Schmear Crazy (double hoops) - Monica Marie
In this class, I will focus on adding smears to various isolations and extensions. Pre-requisites would definitely be smears in both directions and wall plane isolations. I will most likely start with a short intro on smears, making sure everyone shifts their focus to keeping the hoop as verticle as possible throughout. This creates the cleanest around the body folding illusions and also improves understanding of where your hand needs to be in order to create those folds. The first doubles technique I'd like to teach is a simple horizontal iso vs smear, tracing hands together first (both on top) then hands separate. The later creates a sweet ghosting effect since the hands are simultaneously tracing both the top and bottom of the isolation path. Next, I want to teach adding a smear to a verticle isolation, both fore-finger and pinky-lead. After, I would like to go over extensions with smears. These I find to be easier than the last two, so hopefully after nailing the last two, these are a breeze and I can go over them quickly. If there is time, (and I hope there is!) I would like to also teach double smearing. This looks super tricky and mind-melty, but when broken down into quarter-time steps it is super easy and addictively fun. It also has so many applications and variations, I'm excited to explore them with a class!!! I want to make sure everyone nails these moves in class. It is also my hope that I give ample enough time inbetween teaching each move to allow everyone to explore transitions into and out of and to add their own flair. I'd be happy to go over anything extra like this for those who are curious!

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #2

4:30pm

Multiprop:Wooping - Chrystalline
Jump on that multiprop train with leviwhooping!! Knowledge and experience with leviwand or hooping is helpful in this course. We will be multiproping with two props: hoops and levisticks. Both of these props can be static or momentum props which allows for an endless amount of expression! Come work your brain in a creative new way! (Prior knowledge of hooping and wanding helpful but not required.)

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #9

4:30pm

Embracing the Length: Long String Leviwand - Myra Simmons
New to leviwand? No problem. Each student will be provided a long string wandvertible from What the Huq to use. Get acquainted with a long string leviwand at your pace. Learn the different anchors (i.e. neck, hand, shoulder) and how to transition from anchor to anchor with ease. Learn how to body wrap & neck wrap, and move with your wand with the fluidity of your flow. This class will also provide different, unique examples of split string including how to get into and out of split string with your feet/toes.

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Myra Simmons

Myra Simmons is an improv & stand up comedian, fire performer, and teacher who enjoys making flow props and accessories in her spare time. As being apart of GoFlow in Asheville, NC, she has a lot of opportunity to connect and meet local flow artists, as well as, teach whatever skills she is learning to others on a steady basis.


Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #6

4:30pm

Partner Dragon - Jake Wetzel
The exploration of partner interaction within dragon flow will be our focus with the practice of control as our role. Partners will learn different manners of movement that steps into leads and follows for deeper vocabulary demonstration.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #13

4:30pm

Fire Eating - Vapor Tricks - April Choi
Once you have made it this far into fire eating, you get to learn what is everyone’s favorite part of fire eating: Vapor Tricks. Starting with the basic techniques, like various vapor pulls, we will build up to the human candle, the staple of the fire eating world. The candle allows you plenty of time to transfer a flame from one object to another while looking mystical, magical, and beautiful. Once you get the candle down, it will open up the your fire eating world to tricks we hope to cover, like the volcano, dragon’s breath, vapor transfers, shoot the moon, and blow-a-kiss.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #5

4:30pm

TOSS YOUR FREAKIN POI - Coach
learn how to make toss patterns a part of your natural flow

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #11

4:30pm

Advanced Tracing: Taking your Sexiness to a New Level - Ashlee Galliford
We will cover many different potential hybrid combinations using inspin and antispin head traces, as well as different snaking components. We will also discuss the endless arrangements using these traces and explore unusual patterns combining many elements of poi with the different tracing mechanisms.

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Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #1

4:30pm

Now that you can Fishtail… - Skiffle
Transfers, 360’s, 3-beats, inversions, combinations, reverse/forward. (not an intro class)

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Skiffle

Captain, Ninja Pyrate
Come try our new lighter and stronger carbon fiber prop line!


Saturday April 8, 2017 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Area #10