Porscha La’Chelle - Little Rock, AR
Hi flow community! I’m Porscha, also known as porschazoom. I’ve been involved with flow arts for almost 4 years now. It has changed my life and helped me flourish into the person I am today. I couldn’t be more thankful for such a supportive community. If you are new to hooping or other flow art props, just remember everyone starts somewhere! Flow arts takes practice, dedication, and passion. I’m beyond thankful for this outlet!
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Being disconnected from everything this weekend was much needed. I’ve been working my ass off and I’m so happy to finally see the light at the end of the tunnel! This weekend was just a taste of how my summer is going to be. I can’t wait for warmer weather and traveling the country. Happy Tuesday 💜 Bodysuit: @dreamscapedyes code in bio . . . . #hoopersofig #hoopersofinstagram #hoopspam #hooplah #hoopdance #explore #gratefulhooper #hooplove #hoopeverydamnday #flowarts
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My main props are hoops, voi (veil poi), veil fans, flag poi, fans, dragon staff, and incorporating my dancing background into my hoop flow.
I hope to influence those by teaching my passion for hooping. I love to express my passion in my hoop dance, so when I perform I like to make the crowd feel what I’m feeling. Thanks to the acceptance of the flow community, I’ve become confident in expressing myself through this outlet.
My flow is sassy, emotional, and raw. I take a lot of inspiration from Morgan Jenkins and Amanda Lee. Expressing my dance and emotions into my flow is a unique style I tend to target often.
I practice at home and in my backyard. Hooping barefoot is my favorite!
I began my flow journey in May 2015. I went to my first music festival, Buku music festival and fell in love. I was sitting down enjoying the show and I was mesmerized by this beautiful girl hula hooping. I had no idea what she was doing, but I know it was magical and I needed to learn. I have a background in dance and this helped me tap into those skills I left behind in high school. I went to Wal-Mart to buy my first hula hoop and the rest is history.
The flow community has made a tremendous impact on my life. I’ve made friends that have turned into family. One of my first flow friends I made is now one of my bridesmaids. It has transformed my life for the better. I’m involved with the flow community by teaching, performing, and staying in touch with other flow artists around me. The flow community is one of the most supportive, acceptive groups I have encountered.