Oh this is such tricky territory. The labels. The categorizing of moves. Argh it all gets a little muddy.
For the longest time I have used the term “Beginners & Beyond” This gives hoopers of all skill and dedication level an option. If you are a beginner, just starting out then a beginners & beyond class/workshop/series would support the start of your hoop journey. If you are beyond the foundations the “beyond” would support your growth.
I originally titled this week’s Flow Session as “intermediate” but I scrapped that for a more descriptive title.
Thanks to your feedback we have crafted a super fun package to ignite your hoop dance flow. Not only will you get a downloadable video collection of 12 unique hoop dance sequences but we have also added a few extra special bonuses. You can get yours here!
The whole series is a collection of 12 hoop dance sequences + a Flo Mo video + a “Making your own Flow Sessions” video PLUS a 12 week Flow Session plan with some extra juicy hoop loving.
Yes Mandala is the Sanskrit word for Circle. I know, cool huh? In hooping what I like to call the Mandala moves are circles within circles and brilliant for improving your coordination using both sides of the body as well as moving in the back plane.
Mandala moves also open the heart; yep you will be radiating even more rock star energy. The flexibility that comes with practicing these moves will really start to make shifts
Oh…one more thing before I let you go play. Mandalas and chandeliers are not friends. Look before you swing!
Yesterday on the Hooplovers Facebook Page I asked, “How has hooping changed your body?” I expected answers like “I lost … pounds” or “I feel stronger” But the responses were much more powerful and heart felt. Hoopers from all over the world were sharing stories of complete transformation. Many talked about overcoming pain;… Continue Reading