Fire spinning by Dragon Mill

Fire spinning courses in Adelaide, Australia

Learn the fire spinning skills of Poi, Staff and Contact Staff at Point A!  [ courses offered by Dragon Mill ]


Fire spinning is a fun way to improve coordination, learn new skills, find a new community, develop social skills, focus on performance-specific skills, learn choreography components, and much much more.
These sessions are very open to beginners, and Dragon Mill has a bunch of spare gear you can play with.
If you’re afraid of getting burned, don’t be! Practice is done with unlit practice props.

At the end of each beginner course, a short fire safety course is included. This covers Fire safety, specialized to these skills. Including equipment maintenance, fuel types and use, safe fueling practices, safe spinning practices, safe procedures, emergency procedure, and safety officer training.
Since there is no formal qualification for fire spinning safety in Australia, this is the best, most appropriate training available nation-wide. and included in all our beginner fire-spinning courses.


Class Times:

please check the Dragon Mill website for current course times and dates:
Dragon Mill courses

Group Sessions:

Group fire spinning sessions for up to 20 participants can be booked. These sessions involve basic skills, fire safety, and fire spinning, and are ideal for a group of beginners.

No experience required, all equipment provided.

email: [email protected] for more information

Get in contact:

To register for any or all of these workshops, to ask questions, or to keep in the loop with further Firespinning developments, email [email protected] with the subject ‘Firespinning‘ or use this form.


Our Dragon Mill instructors in action:

6 thoughts on “Fire spinning by Dragon Mill

  1. […] We’re starting with some introductory workshops in April. These will be run by Brett, an Adelaide based world-class fire spinner. For all the details check out the page at: […]

  2. I’m keen..there aren’t enough workshops about theses days i’m able to get along to.

    1. Tuesday 25th now changed to Poi taught by Tim Goddard

  3. How old do you have to be?

    1. Any age, recommended 12+

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