"I used to be one of those people who said you Will get Burned if you play with fire, but that's not strictly true.
I was a fire performer before there were fire hoops. I've seen a LOT of fire performers and I've seen a…"
"I'd definitely recommend finding a community of fire spinner, or attend Firedrums or another fire spinning festivals. Without a community too teach safety rules, you could accomplish it without injury time and time again. The issue is…"
"Are you wanting to know specifically how to use your fire hoop or how to spin fire? I personally taught myself but I also burned the crap out of myself be care I discovered the proper way to do certain tricks with a fire hoop. Burning myself lead me…"
"ALWAYS buy white gas... coleman camping fuel. You can get it at walmart. It's in a red metal can.Make sure when you dip your wicks in the fuel you let all the bubbles disappear[fully absorbed] and let it sit(or spin the excess) or else…"
"I don't think you need a guide, but you definitely need a spotter - someone to watch and ensure you or your surroundings are not catching on fire and can help put it out if so. Do NOT just go out and fire hoop on your own. Do a search on fire…"
Hi HoopersI have a fire hoop that's been waiting to be lit. Is this something I can try on my own the first time or do I really need an experienced guide? I've been looking for someone to teach me but no luck. How was your first experience? Who taught you? Are you now hooked on fire or just not your thing? Let me know your thoughts, ideas experiences. Would be happy to from you. Happy HoopingJennyBSee More
"I agree that using multiple weights and sizes keep you sharp. It's also great so that if you are ever out somewhere and stumble across a hoop you'll be able to use it comfortably even if it's not your usual hoop."
"Mix it up, I say. And don't be afraid to try hoops that you think won't work. Can you waist hoop with your minis? Maybe.
Smaller, lighter hoops are not the ultimate in hoop dance. They are a trend just like huge heavy hoops were a…"