Caroleena made a great tutorial that teaches a rather simple poi hooping move called Thread the Needle. When you get this move down smoothly, it looks really cool!
Michelle Hazzard explains in detail how to do these two very complicated poi hooping moves. There are neat diagrams that follow pictures of her doing it so you can get an idea of how your arms, wrists, hands, and hoop are all supposed to be positioned to pull off this intricate move. The prerequisites are being able to do the normal reverse 2-beat and 3-beat weaves.
This is a neat looking poi hooping move, it is a variation in which there is an added rotation on a regular front and back reel move. She first breaks down the concepts of the move using poi instead of poi hoops, so its helpful if you have your own poi, but I think you think you will get the concept even if you don’t. She also makes some helpful diagrams that help you understand the path the hoops will take. There is slow motion at the end too to help with your understanding of the move.
This is an amazing tutorial from an amazing mini hooper, Harmony. She starts from the basics with of ways to strengthen your wrists in order to complete this complex poi hooping move. After that, she goes over the two beat weave on each side, and finally breaks down the three beat weave in a nice way. Reading the comments on the youtube is inspiring because so many people have gotten down because of her tutorial. Happy poi hooping!