Archive for the ‘Workshop’ Category

Date : 4 Mar 2018
Time : 11am-7pm
Venue : CirQuest Circus, 17 Howlett St, North Perth, Western Australia 6006
Tickets : Available Here

Mini Azur & Shade Flamewater are coming Perth WA to teach their world famous fire eating techniques! Group lessons will be held Sunday 4th March 2018.

Perth Fire Eating Workshops Schedule:

Sunday 4th March 2018
Beginner Class 11am-1pm
Advanced Class 1:30pm-4:30pm
Partner Fire Eating 5pm-7pm

A discount is available if you wish to take the Beginner and Advanced classes in one day. Please select Beginner & Advanced to book in for both classes at a discount! We recommend to all students (complete beginner to professional) to take both Beginner and Advanced Classes together to get the most out of your experience.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Beginner Class teaches introduction to fire safety, simple hand tricks, Jellyfish Extinguishes, Palm Extinguishes, Tongue Transfer, how to eat fire, and beginner vapor tricks.
Beginner Class is $60 or discounted with purchase of Advanced Class Ticket.

Advanced Class teaches more advanced vapor techniques, including 5 ways to draw vapor, the Human Candle, Fire Balls, and more advanced vapor tricks.
Advanced Class is $80 or discounted with purchase of Beginner Class ticket.

Partner Fire Eating is for advanced students who wish to learn tricks and techniques for working with another fire performer. You do not need to be in a pair to attend this class, but you must have completed our Beginner and Advanced classes before. Here you will learn how to pass vapor tricks to and from another performer, as well as partner Body Transfers and more.

For updates, check the Facebook event page.

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Date : 10 Mar 2018
Time : 1-7pm
Venue : Point A, 20 Gunson St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Tickets : Available here

Mini Azur & Shade Flamewater are coming Adelaide SA to teach their world famous fire eating techniques! Group lessons will be held Saturday 10th March 2018.

Adelaide Fire Eating Workshops Schedule:

Saturday 10th March 2018
Beginner Class 1pm-3pm
Advanced Class 4pm-7pm

A discount is available if you wish to take the Beginner and Advanced classes in one day. Please select Beginner & Advanced to book in for both classes at a discount! We recommend to all students (complete beginner to professional) to take both Beginner and Advanced Classes together to get the most out of your experience.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Beginner Class teaches introduction to fire safety, simple hand tricks, Jellyfish Extinguishes, Palm Extinguishes, Tongue Transfer, how to eat fire, and beginner vapor tricks.
Beginner Class is $60 or discounted with purchase of Advanced Class Ticket.

Advanced Class teaches more advanced vapor techniques, including 5 ways to draw vapor, the Human Candle, Fire Balls, and more advanced vapor tricks.
Advanced Class is $80 or discounted with purchase of Beginner Class ticket.

For updates, check the Facebook event page.

Brisbane Sideshow Double Hoop Tech and Flow Workshop

Posted: February 1, 2018 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 21-22 Apr 2018
Time : 4pm
Venue : The Sideshow (West End), 349 Montague rd, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4101
Tickets : Available here

Hi!

I will be teaching a two hour course on double hoop tech and flow at the sideshow cafe in Brisbane on 04/21/18 and 04/22/18 at 4 p.m. In this class I will break down the basics of double hoop tech and go over fundamental double hoop flow concepts

This course is for all levels!!!

It requires you bring two hoops that are relatively small and close in size, a water bottle so you can stay hydrated, and a notebook so you can take what you learn home with you!

See you there x

Rachel

For updates, check the Facebook event page.

Sydney Fire Eating Workshops

Posted: January 24, 2018 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 3 Feb 2018
Time : 4-10pm
Venue : 63 Blackshaw Ave, Mortdale NSW, Australia
Tickets : Available here

Mini Azur & Shade Flamewater are coming Sydney NSW to teach their world famous fire eating techniques! Group lessons will be held Saturday 3rd February 2018.

Sydney Fire Eating Workshops Schedule:

Saturday 3rd February 2018
Beginner Class 4pm-6pm
Advanced Class 7pm-10pm

A discount is available if you wish to take the Beginner and Advanced classes in one day. Please select Beginner & Advanced to book in for both classes at a discount! We recommend to all students (complete beginner to professional) to take both Beginner and Advanced Classes together to get the most out of your experience.

Venue:
63 Blackshaw Ave, Mortdale NSW

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Beginner Class teaches introduction to fire safety, simple hand tricks, Jellyfish Extinguishes, Palm Extinguishes, Tongue Transfer, how to eat fire, and beginner vapor tricks.
Beginner Class is $60 or discounted with purchase of Advanced Class Ticket.

Advanced Class teaches more advanced vapor techniques, including 5 ways to draw vapor, the Human Candle, Fire Balls, and more advanced vapor tricks.
Advanced Class is $80 or discounted with purchase of Beginner Class ticket.

Check the Facebook event page for updates.

Beginner Poi Workshop : Two :

Posted: January 24, 2018 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 21 Feb 2018
Time : 7-8pm
Venue : 71 Sultan Gate, Singapore

TWO .:. A beginner’s poi workshop to explore In-Time and Split-Time Variations with Stalls, and Anti-spin Flowers, to enhance your Flow with movement arts.

Discover how by playing with poi can help you explore coordination, spartial perception and body alignment. It is also an amazing and fun art form for creative self-expression and finding your own rhythm; and the “Music of Movement.”

Please bring your poi to the workshop.
Beginner Poi Workshop : Two : Fee – S$10

Date: (Wed) 21st February 2018
Time: 7.00 pm – 8.00 pm – Poi Workshop Two
Please arrive 15 minutes before to register.

Venue: Sultan Arts Village
71 Sultan Gate
Singapore 198498
Walking distance from Bugis MRT Station.
Parking available Aliwal street public carpark.

Please register with your full name and contact number to barry@starlightalchemy.com, we appreciate your commitment & attendance. =)

Poi is a form of dance where balls on the ends of ropes are swung through rhythmical patterns. It originates with the Maori people of New Zealand, who originally used poi to develop grace, flexibility, and combat skills. Poi eventually developed into a traditional ritual entwined with song, symbolic gesture, and storytelling.

Poi was popularized throughout the world initially by fire-spinning, a recent and non-Maori take on the ancient art. As poi spread, enthusiasts borrowed from other disciplines such as martial-arts, tai-chi, dance, Indian club swinging, and rhythmic gymnastics to develop a dynamic movement modality.

Please check the Facebook event page for updates.

Beginner Poi Workshop : Basic :

Posted: January 24, 2018 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 21 Feb 2018
Time : 630-8pm
Venue : 71 Sultan Gate, Singapore

A beginner’s poi workshop consisting of basic poi theories and practical exercises to help you start your Flow with movement arts.

Discover how by playing with poi can help you explore coordination, spartial perception and body alignment. It is also an amazing and fun art form for creative self-expression and finding your own rhythm; and the “Music of Movement.”

Please bring your poi to the workshop.
Beginner Poi Workshop Fee – S$10

Join our practice (sock) poi making class
for additional S$10 and bring home the practice sock poi!

Date: (Wed) 21st February 2018
Time: 6.30 pm – 7.00 pm – Practice (sock) Poi Making
Time: 7.00 pm – 8.00 pm – Poi Workshop Basic
Please arrive 15 minutes before to register.

Venue: Sultan Arts Village
71 Sultan Gate
Singapore 198498
Walking distance from Bugis MRT Station.
Parking available Aliwal street public carpark.

Please register with your full name and contact number to barry@starlightalchemy.com, as materials need to be prepared for you and we appreciate your commitment & attendance. =)

Poi is a form of dance where balls on the ends of ropes are swung through rhythmical patterns. It originates with the Maori people of New Zealand, who originally used poi to develop grace, flexibility, and combat skills. Poi eventually developed into a traditional ritual entwined with song, symbolic gesture, and storytelling.

Poi was popularized throughout the world initially by fire-spinning, a recent and non-Maori take on the ancient art. As poi spread, enthusiasts borrowed from other disciplines such as martial-arts, tai-chi, dance, Indian club swinging, and rhythmic gymnastics to develop a dynamic movement modality.

For updates, check the Facebook event page.

Circus Workshops Feb 2018 (Circus Kumarani)

Posted: January 10, 2018 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 2 Feb – 13 Apr 2018
Time : 4-8pm
Venue : Kamo War Memorial Hall (corner of Boswell and Grant St), Boswell St, Kamo, Whangarei 0112, New Zealand

Registration closes 20 Jan 2018

For updates, check the Circus Kumarani Facebook page.

Sprouts Workshop Series

Posted: October 31, 2017 by lambentI2e in Events / Gatherings, Workshop

Date : 4-9 Nov 2017

Training has always been one of the key activities of Bornfire Festival. This year, we are pushing that further to go alongside our theme of the year – circus in progress.

Pre-festival week, we are kickstarting with our SPROUTS WORKSHOP SERIES with the following disciplines and instructors:

– CYR WHEEL with Kris Madden

– HANDSTANDS with Dave Davey

– BODY CONDITIONING with Andrey Krushneryk

This intensive workshop series will not be covered under the festival pass. Interested participants can sign up at http://tinyurl.com/bf17-sproutsintensive

Registration closes on 3rd November | 22:00hrs (GMT +8)

Following these intensive workshops, there will be over 15 workshops available over the Festival Weekend, 10-12 November, that caters to newbies and seasoned practitioners, including free public workshops that are family-friendly too!

Check the Bornfire event page for updates.

Narre Open Day

Posted: June 10, 2017 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 18 Jun 2017
Time : 1030am – 3pm
Venue : Aerial Fit Studio, Unit 5 9-11 Vesper Drv Narre Warren, Melbourne, Australia
Cost : Free

Beginner Poi Workshop

Posted: May 25, 2017 by lambentI2e in Workshop

Date : 15 Jun 2017
Time : 7-8pm
Venue : 71 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198496 (Walking distance from Bugis MRT Station. Parking available Aliwal street public carpark)

A beginner’s poi workshop consisting of basic poi theories and practical exercises to help you start your Flow with movement arts.

Discover how by playing with poi can help you explore coordination, spartial perception and body alignment. It is also an amazing and fun art form for creative self-expression and finding your own rhythm; and the “Music of Movement.”

Please bring your poi to the workshop.
Beginner Poi Workshop Fee – S$10
Please register with your full name and contact number to barry@starlightalchemy.com

Just us for the Spin Jam after the workshop here.
https://www.facebook.com/events/335692396845194

Poi is a form of dance where balls on the ends of ropes are swung through rhythmical patterns. It originates with the Maori people of New Zealand, who originally used poi to develop grace, flexibility, and combat skills. Poi eventually developed into a traditional ritual entwined with song, symbolic gesture, and storytelling.

Poi was popularized throughout the world initially by fire-spinning, a recent and non-Maori take on the ancient art. As poi spread, enthusiasts borrowed from other disciplines such as martial-arts, tai-chi, dance, Indian club swinging, and rhythmic gymnastics to develop a dynamic movement modality.

For updates, check the Facebook event page.