FIRE DANCER & FLOW ARTIST
Jessy Spin is a world-renowned fire dancer and flow artist. Her diverse experience has seen her perform and teach classes in eight different countries, including working in Malaysia with Asia’s largest modern circus troupe Psycusix. In 2020, Jessy founded FireLily Dance – an online studio where you can learn dance, fire, and flow.
Her unique style and movement quality, as well as the upbeat and positive energy she exudes in her classes, has seen her social media presence exponentially grow – Jessy now has over 27 thousand Instagram followers and over 6 thousand YouTube subscribers supporting her on her journey.
Jessy has trained intensively with Spin Circus Training Academy in Australia, as well as internationally at circus and fire spinning conventions across Europe, America and Southeast Asia. She has also completed several intensive dance programs in America, studying under iconic belly dancers such as Rachel Brice.
In her hometown of Melbourne, Australia, Jessy provides corporate event entertainment, wedding entertainment, hen’s parties and more. She teaches local fire dancing classes, and is constantly pursuing creative projects, which she loves to share with fans.
Jessy Spin dances with fire. She manipulates objects with technical skill. She fuses different styles of dance with musicality and sass. Jessy creates fierce and mesmerising movement pieces that embody her passion for dance and spinning props. Her art aims to inspire others, perhaps unlocking a fiery desire to learn, to create and to take a step outside of one’s comfort zone.
As a teacher, Jessy strives to help her students connect more deeply with their minds and bodies. To help them unlock their creativity, and to understand that they are ‘enough’ in a world that can sometimes make us feel otherwise.
With the birth of FireLily Dance, Jessy’s mission has since grown to cultivate a global community of artists: #FireLilyFamily welcomes all genders, advocates body positivity, and nurtures artistic self expression. Jessy aims to empower students with the knowledge of flow.