I’ve been practicing on and off. I go through the living, sometimes pick them up and spin for a few minutes. Perhaps when my hula class starts I’ll find someone to show me some new moves I can practice. I also heard there’s a couple girls who spin at the local school on Thursday nights.
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Marie Goodart has written 4 entries about this goal
Practiced with my poi today. I haven’t forgotten a think since the last time I practiced…even though it’s been awhile. Very encouraging.
So I looked online to see what the price of fire poi are: Ridiculously expensive! $65 for a pair. I’m definitely going to make my own. I also know that my parents have some of the parts in their basement. ;)
Has anyone done this? Suggestions on the overall design would be nice.
So I looked at the hardware on the tennis ball, clip and chain design and I don’t like it one bit. First of all I practice traditional poi with homemade round-braided red, black and white yarn with a white poi and tassels and the hard metal fire poi just doesn’t respect it’s roots in New Zeland culture.
I hope to create and design fire poi that have a little bit of the cultural feeling the traditional poi have, but with a fiery end.
I’m thinking smaller chain, no clip and some type of metal tassel, or maybe a fabric tassel (I dont like the leather at all, and you can’t put it on your toe!)
I’ll have to explore the hardware store somemore, but I wondered if anyone has tried something else and would you tell me what worked and what didn’t?