As adults their is no right or wrong way to play

Charlie Todd’s lecture on The shared experience of absurdity ends with him saying “As adults their is no right or wrong way to play” and I thinking that it’s a lesson we should learn when practicing or learning new things. I mainly spinning poi but I also juggle and this is an idea which I have had as the center of my practice for a while now and in my classes I like to try to tell my students the same thing there is no right or wrong just have fun with it.

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