1 of 4 basic Timing and Directions: Split-Time Opposite-Direction is most easily recognized when the hands or props meet at both sides, but are apart at the top and bottom.
December 19 2014
1 of 4 basic Timing and Directions: Together-Time Opposite-Direction is often referred to as “The Butterfly” because of how the movement resembles that of flapping wings.
1 of 4 basic Timing and Directions: Split-Time Same-Direction is a very natural way for the body to spin props using an alternate rhythm.
1 of 4 basic Timing and Directions: Together-Time Same-Direction is often the first and most intuitive way to move any two props together.
Timing and Direction are fundamental to manipulating two spinning props. Everyone should know about them. This video teaches the concept so anyone can understand it.
AntiSpin is a principle of circular movement than can apply to any prop the you can spin. This video explains the concept and shows examples with several different props.
This video gives the basic information about Contact Staff, touching on its origins, the length and weight of the staff, and more.
This video gives the basic information about Poi, where it comes from, the appropriate length and weight of your poi, and more.