2017-053: Lyra Mandala

Aerial Hoop by Spiral Circus Arts
Aerial Hoop at Tosco’s NYE Variety Show by Spiral Circus Arts

This Week’s Theme: Hoops

Dancer, acrobat, flow artist, Vivian Spiral of Spiral Circus Arts, elegantly bends herself backwards to mirror the lyra (aerial hoop) suspended next to her. Stunning! I can barely touch my toes bending forward. She epitomizes the beauty, grace, and flow of body movement. See her in action in the video below (about 3:30 in you see go into this pose).

About Spiral Circus Arts:

Kissed by stardust from the rings of Saturn, Vivian became Spiral and developed an uncommon affinity and passion for circles and revolutionary motion. Thereby inspired to create a unique, mesmerizing style of dancing with hoops, she became known as a pioneer of contemporary hoop dance.

Equal parts Sorceress, Acrobat, Dervish, and Ninja, she brings the kind of tingle to the spine that can only be wrought as a direct result of tireless training, incredible skills, and occasional conspiracy with otherworldly forces. Spiral has been on the cutting edge of hoop dance and flow arts for over a decade, setting a precedent for skill, precision, and artistry that is unparalleled.

From Tosco’s Variety Show NYE 2014: Vivian Spiral

Inspiration for Today

“Passion is a huge prerequisite to winning. It makes you willing to jump through hoops, go through all the ups and downs and everything in between to reach your goal.” ~ Kerri Walsh

Happy Coloring!

joyfully, Maureen
www.TheMandalaLady.com

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