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Lana Mae is a professional visual artist that has been performing coast to coast for nine years. She has performed with countless notable artists at a variety of events. Three years ago Lana & a few of her closest friends created the visual arts performance company : The Dancing Bear Tribe LLC. The company has member all over the US & has 26 members and growing. Lana Mae has a passion for all flow arts, but is known for her hula hoop performances. In addition to hula hoops (led & fire), she performs with a large variety of flow props that include, but are not limited to : Levitation Wand, Isis Wings, Staff, Flow Fans, Palm Torches, Buugeng, Lyra, Aerial Silks, & more.

Along with performing, Lana Mae has an incredible passion for teaching workshops, leading performance groups, festival/event planning, and social media marketing & promoting. With over 7 years of experience in music festival assistant coordinating and marketing. Four years ago Lana Mae was certified by Hoopnotica as an Instructor specializing in Flow, which focuses on the dance aspect of hooping. She has also studied various aspects of flow prop manipulation including, but not limited to: circus, fire, fitness, and technique.


Carly Getzlow is a visual artist who has been performing on stage for a year; however, she has been pursuing her passion for flow arts since 2014. Carly uses her prior dance and cheerleading skills to help her flourish on stage and engage with the audience. Carly's prop of choice is the hula hoop, but she also performs with fans, Isis wings, palm torches, and staff.


Alison Kable is a jack of many trades. From flow arts, creating music, crafting, and being yoga certified, Alison gives her life to her arts. She has been performing since the age of two. She attended dance competitions, choir competitions, theatre, and it doesnt stop there. Alison has travelled state to state performing on stage, both fire and LED small staff for a year now. Alisons favorite flow prob is the staff, but she is not contained to only that prop. She is also skilled in Isis wings, Palm Torches, and is working daily to become proficient in many more props. Alison has recently expanded her horizons by taking Acro Yoga courses, as well as Ariel arts courses specialising in the Lyra.

McKenzie DeRennflaux (Day-Ren-flow) holds her trust in energy and harnesses it immensely in everything she does. She has been experimenting with creative outlets for her energies for many years now, a few of them being: yoga, dance, flow arts, fine arts and graphic art. Flow arts is something DeRennflaux has enjoyed for nearly 3 years now, being a stage performer for 1 of those years. Hoop is her first love, but she has recently found home in other props including fans and staff. Her flow is fluid, full of emotion and seemingly effortless.


Kitty is a visual artist who has been practicing flow arts for over six years, and has been performing over the past year around the Midwest. She specializes in hoop flow, single, double, and sometimes triple hoops! Her flow is not limited to hoops and she aspires to expand her skills to work with flow props of all shapes and sizes including staff, levi wand, veils, fans, and lyra. Kitty uses her experience from instructing hoop clubs throughout her High School years to inspire those who are curious about their flow, to practice every day and be more in touch with your inner flow fairy. She looks at everything as a learning experience, and a chance to expand her skills beyond any horizon.