A community revolution in the form of a Funpark comes to Mount Druitt, a suburb of Sydney, and hula hoops spin joy for all.
In this video, Marcela Garcia delighted us with a montage featuring her talented hula hoop students from the Danzirco School of Performing Arts (Danzirco Escuela de artes escénicas) in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. We are seriously impressed by how talented this group of children are as they demonstrate their skills in front of the camera. There are kids of all ages, multiple hoops, and some serious hoop savviness to behold. The soundtrack is “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen and it can be readily added to your music library on iTunes.
Hooping.org is celebrating Indigenous People’s Day today and Tyrese Jensen and Kailayne Jensen of YellowHouse Dancers’ hoop dance configurations not only preserve their Native American tradition and culture through song, music, and dance, these two are amazing to watch. The brother and sister duo execute various formations with exciting confidence and clarity and they split their time between Mesa, Arizona, during the school year, and Dilkon, Arizona, USA, on the Navajo reservation. They’re dancing to the rhythm and tempo of traditional music performed lived.
Heather Doxtater is one of many mothers in the hooping community who loves to share her hooping with her kids, in this case her baby daughter. “She is the reason why I picked up the hoop in the first place,” Heather explained when talking about her most recent video. The bond these two share together while in flow with their circle is truly beautiful and touching. Heather lives in Austin, Texas, USA, and the soundtrack that this hoop mama and this hoop baby are dancing to is the “Sweet Harmony (Isma-Ae Remix)” by Serge Devant, which can be purchased and downloaded over on iTunes.