Meet Our Members
She has been a hoop dance teacher and performer since 2009. She has taken her love of hoop dance and combined it with her degree in teaching to teach hoop dance in a variety of venues and formats. Her teaching style is interactive, focusing on building dialogue between students and teacher in order for students to get the most out of instruction. She is driven by a strong desire to collaborate and share with others, and spread the creativity possible through movement far and wide.
She began her fire journey in 2012 at the Red Lion Pub in Winter Park, FL. Since moving to Milwaukee in 2013 she has participated in several fire troupes. She is now the Co-Leader and Fire Safety Liaison of Prismatic Flame. She works directly with the Milwaukee government and fire department to develop the fire safety standards for the troupe.
Fun Fact: Her middle name is actually "fire".
She has learned various styles of dance with a focus on tribal fusion belly dance. Since 2012, she has been combining dance and movement with the flow arts, seamlessly intertwining them into each appearance. Empowered through the art, she fuses technique with athleticism and control to deliver an uncommon style of performance. Her props include fans, rope dart, triads, hoop, fire eating, and palm torches.
She has always been passionate about dance and movement. Zah Zah brings a mesmerizing combination of technical moves fused with dance to her fire performance. Her dance background is predominately belly dance (ATS®, tribal fusion, folk) with over 15 years of practice and instruction, but also includes hip hop and other styles. She has been studying flow arts for over 4 years and performs with fans, contact staff, double staff, poi and palm torches. She is a choreographer and member of Prismatic Flame.
Skateboarder turned Flow Artist, he has been spinning since 2011, participating and supporting fire circles since 2012, and performing since 2014. 'I'm opening up, and hoping to share my experience with Flow on a more personable level.'
She has been involved in the Flow Arts Community since 2011; first as a spectator, then as a safety around fire circles, finally as a Performer and participant myself. As a member of Performance troupe Prismatic Flame and of the Community group Spinsconsin she has been able to reach out more in regards to Performances as well as Teaching and Community Organization.
Fun fact time! She is a Multi-prop spinner but if she were forced to choose just 3 props they would be Levi-Wand, Staff, and Fans. Sarah also taught her first official workshops at Frostbite Flow Arts Camp 2018. She has always enjoyed watching and participating in fire circles and is excited to be able to aid in the Growth of our Community. There's always something new to learn, new to show, and to be shown. She wants people to succeed, and to learn ways to give their props new life.
She started her flow journey in 2012 when she saw a woman selling shiny hula hoops at a local festival. It was then that she fell in love! Since then Katie has dabbled in a variety of circus and flow arts including hooping, fire eating, hand balancing, and juggling. Katie began eating fire two years ago and enjoys the gasps from the audience as the flame gets extinguished in her mouth. She is a self-proclaimed inversion junkie, with a background in gymnastics and dance. Katie truly loves to spin all the things and is inspired by prop manipulation of all kinds!
Born as a wizard, raised as a ninja, he found himself as an artist. With a passion for all things beautiful, he uses artistic expression to better understand himself and relates to the wold and people around him. His props include poi, contact staff, dragon staff, contact juggling, and rope dart.
She has been hooping since 2014 and a performance flow artist since 2017. She has a background in dance and performed competitively with a dance troupe when she was a teenager. Currently Kym is an occupational therapy graduate student, she loves leading groups, especially ones that encourage physical activity and hula hoops, and loves sharing her passion for hooping with others!
He learned how to juggle when he was around 12 years old. He played with it for a while but quickly gave up on it because he didn't realize there was a future or this amazing community of flow arts. R.J. picked up poi and learned his first weaves in November 2014. He was quickly drawn to how in depth the geometry and terminology goes. R.J. started building friendships with a lot of people in the flow arts community and loved how open everyone was to learning and sharing ideas. Now he is here to share some of his knowledge with you!!
Taylor - Associate Member
Emery - Associate Member
He is a life long Martial Artist with a background in Filipino Martial Arts, Kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiujitsu. Translating martial art skills into fire performance has always been a creative outlet for him, and he enjoys sharing the art through performance and teaching. He's never seen a wick that's too big to spin.