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June 19 2017

Tutsday – Jeremiah Jacobs – Wall Plane Mill’s Mess with Poi

By | June 19th, 2017|FAI Tutsdays|

What do you get when you mix Juggling with poi? Well, you can get a lot of things, but let’s start with this Wall Plane Mills Mess taught to us by the ever-amazing Coach, aka Jeremiah Jacobs. A prerequisite to this trick is to know your Wall Plane Cascade with three poi. Start with just one [...]

FAI Tutsdays | Mik Phil – Prayer Snapback

By | June 5th, 2017|FAI Tutsdays|

Flow festival season is officially in full swing! Did you make it FLAME, FireDrums, or Kinetic? Who’s on their way to Fahrenheit? In preparation for the rest of the season, why don't we check out a Tutsday? Initiate TUTSDAY tutorials! Mik Phil is here to show us a snapback rewinds or prayer snapbacks with a [...]

May 11 2017

The Arrogance of Competence

By | May 11th, 2017|Fire Safety, Opinions, Professional|

For the Flow Arts Institute By Eric “Propfessor” Shibuya, PhD A discussion arose recently in the fire spinning community over some videos of people burning in non-fire safe clothing. The arguments have taken two main positions: (1) This is really dangerous and you shouldn't do it. It hurts the rest of the community if people [...]

April 19 2017

Spinning Fire in New Hampshire

By | April 19th, 2017|Fire Safety, Professional|

Spinning Fire In New Hampshire   As we get into the warmer months, people are already dusting off their gear getting ready to either spin fire for the first time or the five millionth time. The first warm days make us think of warmer nights when spinning can happen outside without the limitations of thick [...]

March 28 2017

Tutsday – Clare McEnerney – Triple Hoop Fun

By | March 28th, 2017|FAI Tutsdays|

Welcome to our Tutsday’s tutorial with Clare McEnerney filmed at Pacific Fire Gathering! Clare is an outstanding hoop artist from Colorado here to show us a sweet triple hoop iso manipulation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaoV4eCW8zc&feature=youtu.be To begins today’s tutorial, grab three hoops and bring them to a horizontal plane. Make sure your outside hoops are being gripped [...]

HUMANS of Flow Arts | Jonah Digirolamo

By | March 26th, 2017|Humans of Flow Arts, Uncategorized|

Known as the other half of Team Struggles is Jonah Digirolamo . Currently a resident of  Cincinnati Ohio, Jonah hails from Lexington Kentucky, having spent his life split living between the two states.His first exposure to the flow arts came through the Burning Man Community while he was attending a double staff workshop hosted by [...]

Tutsday – Lady Aetheria – Spinny Perch – Leviwand

By | March 6th, 2017|FAI Tutsdays, Fire Safety|

Spring is just around the corner. I can almost smell the fresh air, warm rain, and flowering trees, almost. The Midwest can trick you like that. My name is Megan Huizel, and this is my first time blogging for FAI’s Tutsday series. Please allow me to tell you a little bit about myself; I’m a [...]

February 20 2017

HUMANS of Flow Arts | Lux Luminous

By | February 20th, 2017|Humans of Flow Arts|

The levi-wander known as Lux Luminous is a long time resident of Boston Massachusett. This classy lass is beloved by the Flow Community for all that she does and embodies. From innovative contact wand flow, to being the Director of the New England Flow Fest, more commonly known as NEFF.   Lux first experienced what [...]

FAI Instructors of the Year: 2016

By | February 12th, 2017|Instructor of the Year|

Congratulations to Shade Flamewater, Jandro (Cilantro), and Frank Hatsis for being chosen as FAI’s Instructors of the Year! Frank Hatsis: What is a short bio on your awesomeness? I am born and raised on Long Island, NY and currently reside in various places on Earth. At the moment I am working on some new gear for [...]

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