Since The Hoop Movement launched two years ago in Brooklyn, New York, founder Amy Rogers and the movement she is spear heading have been slowly gathering steam. They were spotted on the hill at Wanderlust NYC last summer, a hoop jam took place in Washington Square Park in November, a new class series is set to launch in Central Park next month for anyone who’s eager to learn and they’re hosting a screening of the documentary film The Hooping Life this Sunday. “Hooping can serve as a form of fitness and movement meditation,” Rogers told Well + Good NYC, while emphasizing that it’s a serious and super-fun workout. “I can tell you first hand that drilling new moves can certainly work muscles in new ways, and getting into a flow can be a sweat-drenching cardio workout,” she says. As for the NYC premiere of the film that tells the true stories of eight inspiring hooping artists, you can expect to see some performances this weekend with a hoop-centric dance party after. Tickets are available here. And readers in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, can catch the film there on Saturday as well. Next weekend the film is screening in Paris, France and Chicago, Illinois, USA.