1. Flow Calendar 2015

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    January 9, 2015 by synapticwolf

    Drex has put together a master list of flow arts events around the world. Click before for the 2015. . …
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  2. Sh*t Spinners Say

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    November 6, 2014 by synapticwolf

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  3. Momentum Creation

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    October 25, 2014 by synapticwolf

    Teddy Petrosky has been spinning things around his body since he was 14 years old. 10 years later, he’s gotten …
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  4. Kate Riegle-Van West’s Orbitor YouthTED Talk

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    October 17, 2014 by synapticwolf

    Kate Riegle-Van West explains why poi is play and why play is important. Then she demos the Orbitor – the musical …
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  5. Protected: Poi and Kink

    October 16, 2014 by synapticwolf

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  6. Centauric Consciousness and Flow

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    October 14, 2014 by synapticwolf

    Many of us are used to inhabiting our bodies like a human riding a horse. The rider – although ultimately at …
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  7. Teafaerie: Why Flow Arts Are Awesome

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    October 8, 2014 by synapticwolf

    Teafaerie – founder of Burning Man’s Promotheatrics, co-founder (along with Burning Dan) of LA’s Flow Temple, and Erowid.org columnist – has long …
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What is Shakti?

Shakti comes from the Sanscrit word shak meaning power. Shakti is the primodial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that move through the entire universe. Shakti is the personification of divine feminine creative power and the agent of all change. Shakti exists in a state of svatntrya - at once entwined and interdependent with everything and yet, endowed with the absolute power of free will.

What is Flow?

Flow is the state of grace that emerges as a natural consequence of full presence. The flow arts, also called spin juggling or object manipulation, alternatively engage and relax the body and mind. By following the natural movements of an object, we can unlock the previously hidden potential of our inner dance.