Hula Hoop Joy! Anushri Ramanath of Seattle was invited to India to spin up this super sweet joy filled hula hooping video. It’s all about spreading joy with a hula hoop and from the opening moments of her hula hooping while running down the stairs, you know you’re in for a treat. Anushri takes us along with her everywhere too, captivating crowds and spinning smiles everywhere she goes. Video by Lakshmishree.A.J.S from Bangalore, India. Anushri lives in Seattle, Washington, USA, and the soundtrack for this is “Sooraj Dooba Hain” by Amaal Mallik.
Katie Pinto LeBrun, otherwise known as Pinto Bella and Pinto Bella Hoops, brings us a visually stunning tutorial. It’s for a twin hooping move known by many as the Goddess Machine. Filmed on what she calls a “Tutorial Adventure”, Katie hiked back into the Ioa Valley in Hawaii to practice this “shnazy two hoop isolation pattern”. Surrounded by natural beauty she also notes, “There are a lot of moves that are good to be comfortable with before tackling the Goddess Machine, such as IsoPops, Two hoop same time isolations, cats eyes, etc.” Katie is a nomadic teacher and traveler these days and the soundtrack to this is “Edge of the Ocean” by Ivy and you can score a copy of it for yourself over on iTunes.
Hooping with wine! Not since Annabel Carberry’s “A Glass of Red” have we seen a hooper spin things up so incredibly well while holding a glass of vino. Even hooping while taking occasional sips of white wine, Michele Underwood nails some super moves and had us smiling each step of the way. She lives in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA, and the quiet soundtrack playing in the background here is the “King (Gryffin Remix)” by Years & Years and you can get a copy of it for your own music collection over on iTunes.
Amy Neel and Madison McBurney of Hustletown Hoopers (@hustletownhoopers on Instagram) are at it again with their multi-hooping madness! They’ve added a four hula hoop split to their plethora of tricks with the beautiful Houston skyline as their backdrop. They live in Houston, Texas, USA. Photo by Daniel Angulo.
Hooping Idol 5 favorite Tea Bowie-Ford of Teaki Hoops is back with a bang – or a Ramalamadingdong as she calls it! She’s shakin’ it with her usual sparkly sass in this personality-packed hooping video that will make you want to run outside with your hula hoops, pronto! With excellent hoop tricks, fluttery pink fans and a costume that always has to pop against the backdrop, what more can we say – we love it! Video by Lama Productions. Tea lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and the soundtrack is “Deceptacon” by Le Tigre, which you can download your copy of over on iTunes.