Finding One’s Flow

The author performing with a hoop. Photo by Historia Photography.

The acrobat spins her illuminated hoops around her body, making them trace ethereal shapes in the air. To her left, the juggler engages in a battle with gravity, perfectly timing his capture of a striped ball as he releases another one on its upward journey. To her right, a dancer narrowly evades attack by a pair of glowing orbs suspended on cables, rapidly chasing each…

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