Warming up before you start hooping is essential to get your body and mind ready. It is also super important if you have injuries or pain in your body. Warm up stretches and other moves also help to keep your body mobile and flexible, giving you more freedom and range of movement in all activities.
What would happen, what could happen if we hooped every day for 30 days? So much magic! Are you in need of a boost? I know I am. Let’s do it together. You can take it at your own pace. The (free) 30 Day Hoop Love Your Body Challenge starts now. Grab your free 30
Grab your hoop! Try these three variations. I break down how to flow with theses folding moves to give you more freedom in your hoop dance and activate your own style. Have fun! Want some more escalator style ideas? Here try these hoop tricks. Save Save
Lots of questions about making Shoulder Hooping more dynamic and bringing the dance in. Here are 10 ideas to play with in your next practice session. You can see examples in the vid below and scroll to the bottom for more Shoulder Hooping tutorials and tips. ✨ 1. clapping hands at front and back while
When I first saw this video I made to show off @suzystiedanddyed magical bodysuit, I looked at my thighs wobbling and my booty bouncing and I thought, “ew, delete!” 😫 A post shared by Deanne Love (@deannelovexo) on Apr 10, 2018 at 5:10am PDT But then I thought. Is it worth it? Let me work
Courage. Showing up, moving in the direction of your desires even when the hurdles seem insurmountable. I Skyped with a hooper who struggled so fiercely with social anxiety that she couldn’t attend hoop workshops/retreats. She bought the tickets, made the plans, had the vision. When it came time to leave for the events her anxiety