Australian hoop troupe SiStars of the Infinite Circle are making their hooping.org debut! They’re doing so with a hooping video of a routine they performed at the Earth Frequency festival. The troupe includes Danielle Coleman, Freea Fontanella, Zamyka Williams, Melle Keating, Megan Cootes, Kimberly Smith and Stacey Fletcher. Their dynamic performance is captivating to watch from start to finish as they move in synchronized unity. They create stunning shapes with their bodies and hoops too. The SiStars are based out of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. The soundtrack for this one is “From Day To Night and Back Again” by Kalya Scintilla. You can score a copy of it for your own music collection quite easily over on iTunes.
Meg Ihnken of Electrocute and Charm Performance spins up single hooping, twin hooping and multiple hoops in this gorgeous hooping video. Her twin hooping skills in this are especially captivating! In her striped short shorts and with stormy and beautiful skies as her backdrop, this all spins up into one beautiful finale too. Love it! Meg’s currently living in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The soundtrack to this one is, of course, “Newbop” by Caravan Palace. You can score a copy of it for your own music collection too quite easily over on iTunes.
We love this beautiful shot of Blair Welcome spinning things up at the beach in south Florida. Her outfit and face paint really make this one simply gorgeous! Blair currently lives in Boynton Beach, Florida, USA. Photo by Brian Lester of Blest Photography.
Deven Zimmer of Deven Zimmer Performing Arts goes nuts bun hooping in this video that really showcases her crazy cranium hair hooping skills! This video will have you cracking up in your seat as she goes about her daily life and chores while twirling a hula hoop around her hair bun. There is even a hula hooping guest appearance by a certain furry friend, so be sure to stay tuned! Deven currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The song she’s hooping to here is “The Buzz (featuring Mataya & Young Tapz)” by Hermitude. You can easily score a copy of it for your own music collection too over on iTunes.
Lisa SparkGirl of Hiptronic Arts is back with a new hooping tutorial and this one is really for beginners. This time around she’s serving up an introduction to Breaks and Paddles. Breaks and paddles are ways for a hooper to change the direction of your hoop while you’re actively spinning it. And as Lisa says, this tutorial will “help you get a handle on incorporating breaks and paddles into your hooping!” Give this a view and start spinning up some direction changes yourself! Lisa currently lives in Pahoa, Hawaii, USA.