Spinning a state of mind
September 21, 2022
Under a dark sky on the outskirts of Lebanon, under cover of trees and brush and set upon a clearing, friends and strangers gathered Friday, Sept. 2, to share the experience of throwing light with hula hoops, staffs and poi balls.
It was part of organizer Amber Mulligan's weekly gatherings for what she calls "flow arts," which she defined as an art that uses instruments to break from outward distractions into an almost meditative state of mind.
"My definition is really anything that takes you out of the current moment," she said. "It's really connecting to your body and also using some type...