Monthly Archives: March 2013

Staff on Staff Contact – Chris Carlos

Another video featured on the HoP thread but it deserves another showing. I particularly like the “play” sections of Chris’ double staff videos.  

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Linda Farkas: Contact Staff Routine #4

We interrupt our focus on double staff contact for a video so fresh it’s still warm from the editing suite. Linda Farkas of Magma Fire Theatre is one of those few staff spinners who combines elegance and dance with technical … Continue reading

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Staff on Staff Contact – Mr Jedly

This is the first video in a doubles contact and staff on staff contact (SoSC) theme which will run for the next few posts. Before seeing this great resource by Mr Jedly I’d seen a few SoSC tricks but didn’t … Continue reading

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Noel’s Xmas Present

Noel’s contribution to the contact staff Xmas video thread on Facebosh. There’s some really nice ideas in here, particularly on presentation – what to do with your “free” hand – and doubles contact. Click here to see a playlist of … Continue reading

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Constant Flow – Freerunning

There’s a lot of talk, and some action, regarding combining contact staff with movements from acrobatics/breakdance/gymnastic. There was an exciting race for the first contact staff windmill in the Facebook group and this video features lots of similar moves done over … Continue reading

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Robots Nail Vertical Stick Catches

I’ve been working on this sort of stuff (without the robotics) for months and still haven’t got it as solid as these flying robots.

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First Contact OUT NOW!

First Contact: Beginners Contact Staff is out now! Containing nine in depth tutorials on some basic, and not-so-basic, contact staff moves all illustrated with clear diagrams. First Contact will help you build solid foundations from which you can progress on to more advanced … Continue reading

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Brett’s Double Staff Madness

Brett from Australia pushing the boundaries of double contact staff. This video is definitely on of my favourite staff videos from last year.

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