HOOPING … not just for kids!

Hooping is not just for kids. My goal is to spread the joy of hooping to everyone. If you want to try it and need instruction, you have come to the right place.  Don’t worry if you couldn’t do it as a kid … neither could I.  With bigger hoops you are assured of being successful.  I’ll be posting 3 or more video tutorials every month for beginner and advanced.  There will be pointers for people with osteoporosis on all the videos.  Check out the video on    How To Make a Hoop

Click on Twin Hooping Demo to see what Hooping is all about.

Twin Hooping Demo

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10 Responses to HOOPING … not just for kids!

  1. Pansy Regas says:

    This a fabulous post and may be one that you should followed up to see how things go

    A chum e mailed this link the other day and I will be eagerly anticipating your next page. Proceed on the top quality work.

  2. Sue Smith says:

    This is great site

  3. Melissa says:

    Pam,
    Love this video! Great example of your graceful approach to hooping. Look forward to seeing more videos here!

  4. Ktmckinsey says:

    Great site, and a great first post! I’m looking forward to seeing your upcoming videos. Keep me in the loop!

  5. Greg Buffington says:

    This should become an olympic event and you could become the Jesse Owens of Hooping!!!! I can just see you standing on the podium with your gold medal while the flag is being raised and the national anthem played.

  6. Shelley says:

    Hi, everyone! Here’s a short video of me practicing today. Still working on turns, wall planes and a few weaves. I’m struggling with the 3-beat, so it’s not included.

  7. Shelley says:

    Ooops! I guess I can’t embed it here. Here’s the YouTube link –

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    • Pam says:

      Shelley,
      Really great job on the forward and reverse turns!!! I love the 3 turns in a row — very smooth. Your opposite directions spins and reverse weave are very smooth and natural. I’m impressed!!

  8. Via says:

    I just started hooping, well, last week. But I haven’t been able to put the hoop down! It’s a 44 inch, heavy hoop…so I’m pretty bruised. I have been playing around with this massive hoop (I’m 5′ …it’s massive to me), and found a rhythm. Then I found this site and a couple others and see how beautiful and complex this art is; I had no idea hooping could be made into such a graceful, flowing dance-sort! It’s theraputic. A perfect escape for the days when highschool is giving me trouble. I am excited to explore further :) Thank you Mrs. Pam!

    • Pam says:

      Via,
      Congratulations on your discovery of hooping. It brings so much joy and happiness to me. I started with a 40 inch hoop and, same as you … lots of bruising. If the bruising gets too bad, you might want to try a smaller hoop. So happy to have you on board. If you have any requests for tutorials, let me know, and I’ll make one for you.

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