53 Min.

Life's Purpose The Art Of Flow

    • Kunst

Xander Paris is a rope dartist, poi spinner, triple section staff wielding, nun-chuck ninja who is a community builder and teacher from San Francisco, currently based out of Portland, Oregon. Xander's life passion is martial flow and performance arts. He grew up involved in martial arts at a Muay Thai gym, took years of dance classes and theater which sparked his interest in movement, rhythm, and performance. After discovering the art-forms of flow and object manipulation he has dedicated time and energy into spreading the flow arts, and combining different elements of object manipulation with dance, martial arts, and movement. 
Discover his viewpoints on the difference between a life passion and life calling, hear his flow story, what inspires him to perform, and about the development of a new fire-dancing art of fire-on-sand-manipulation in this FINAL episode of Season 1 of the Art of Flow. 
Where to find Xander online?
Instagram: /crouchingtigerhiddenxander
Facebook:/CrouchingTigerHiddenXander
YouTube: /XanderParis91
Episode Song Credits:
Djlang59 - Drops of H20 from The Filtered Water Treatment
Tobias Weber- Between Worlds
CDK -Sunday
AirTone- Midwinter
Quarkstar- Cricket Seasoning
Quarkstar- Solar Fractal
Like the show? With YOUR support I can keep the podcast going, and incorporate your feedback, suggestions, and questions, to make the show even better. Together, we can make a flow arts podcast not only happen, but a continuing REALITY. Please consider sponsoring it here on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15511651                              
The Art of Flow is a podcast all about fire artists, flow arts, fostering community, and optimizing learning.
Where else can I listen to the Art of Flow?
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/art-of-flow/id1441666847
Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/4heSAjGlrqCbxt0PiOgkD3
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/810810810
Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen
The Art of Flow Website: http://www.artofflowpodcast.com

Xander Paris is a rope dartist, poi spinner, triple section staff wielding, nun-chuck ninja who is a community builder and teacher from San Francisco, currently based out of Portland, Oregon. Xander's life passion is martial flow and performance arts. He grew up involved in martial arts at a Muay Thai gym, took years of dance classes and theater which sparked his interest in movement, rhythm, and performance. After discovering the art-forms of flow and object manipulation he has dedicated time and energy into spreading the flow arts, and combining different elements of object manipulation with dance, martial arts, and movement. 
Discover his viewpoints on the difference between a life passion and life calling, hear his flow story, what inspires him to perform, and about the development of a new fire-dancing art of fire-on-sand-manipulation in this FINAL episode of Season 1 of the Art of Flow. 
Where to find Xander online?
Instagram: /crouchingtigerhiddenxander
Facebook:/CrouchingTigerHiddenXander
YouTube: /XanderParis91
Episode Song Credits:
Djlang59 - Drops of H20 from The Filtered Water Treatment
Tobias Weber- Between Worlds
CDK -Sunday
AirTone- Midwinter
Quarkstar- Cricket Seasoning
Quarkstar- Solar Fractal
Like the show? With YOUR support I can keep the podcast going, and incorporate your feedback, suggestions, and questions, to make the show even better. Together, we can make a flow arts podcast not only happen, but a continuing REALITY. Please consider sponsoring it here on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15511651                              
The Art of Flow is a podcast all about fire artists, flow arts, fostering community, and optimizing learning.
Where else can I listen to the Art of Flow?
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/art-of-flow/id1441666847
Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/4heSAjGlrqCbxt0PiOgkD3
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/810810810
Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen
The Art of Flow Website: http://www.artofflowpodcast.com

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