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SpinJoy Hoop Dance

SpinJoy purple SpinJoy Hoop Dance is here to teach you to hoop dance and we sell hula hoops too in Sydney, Australia. SpinJoy Hoop Dance offers hoop dance classes and workshops for adults and children in the Sydney region. Learn to hoop dance, book a hula hoop performer for your children’s party or corporate event or have a chat about all things hula hoop related! We can’t wait to hoop with you! Our online store stocks the highest quality, Australian made dance hula hoops in both adults and children’s sizes. To buy a hula hoop visit shop here. To find a class near you check out our classes too or email info@spinjoy.com.au – SpinJoy Hoop Dance: We’re on Facebook and Instagram and YouTube.

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Georgia Bird’s World Circus Day Performance

Georgia Bird If you’re familiar with Sia’s music video clip for her hit song “Chandelier” featuring young dancer Maddie Ziegler, you’re going to love this video. Georgia Bird from the Sensory Circus Tribe, who turns 12 years old today, has put her own hoop spin on this same dance in a performance piece for World Circus Day 2015. She’s only been hooping for 6 months and she choreographed this emotional hoop dance herself, which won her first place in her school’s talent show. She lives in Mackay, Queensland, Australia, and the soundtrack, of course, is “Chandelier” by Sia and it’s available on iTunes.

Ginger Spin-Ninja’s New Hooping Showreel

Ginger Spin-Ninja Ginger Spin-Ninja has put together a sparkling showcase of her hoop performance skills and more in her latest showreel. Her stunning LED twin hoops light up her amazing costumes – and she also shows us some silk poi as well – making her flirty flow looks truly effortless. Ginger lives in Tugun, Queensland, Australia, and the soundtrack for this one is “Supernatural” by AlunaGeorge, which you can download your very own copy of quite easily on iTunes.

Behind the Back Isolations with Donna Sparx

DonnaSparx Donna Sparx of Hoop Sparx, otherwise known as Donna Gross, is here with a brand new hooping tutorial that is great for hoopers at any level in their hooping journey. She is here to teach us how to do a behind the back isolation, and she takes us through a few variations of this move as well. You’re going to having a fantastic time learning this move, because it’s also a building block for several others, so why not give it a spin yourself? Donna lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Beach Hooping with Emma Kenna

Emma Kenna Emma Kenna of Hooping Mad takes a moment away from her usual comedic hoop performance style and gives us some beautiful insight into her regular hoop practice and flow. Her playful single and twin hoop dance along the shoreline of a beach in Coffs Harbour, Australia, was filmed by Zamyka Williams. Emma lives in Göttingen, Germany, and the soundtrack is “One Day They’ll Know (ODESZA Remix)” by Pretty Lights. It’s available on iTunes.

18 Beautiful Hoopers of the World

Helen War Helen War of HelenWar.com and 18 of her beautiful hoop companions, are here to impart and spread the hoop love. She recently attended Sacred Circularities in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, and amid the second week of the retreat she injured her knee pretty badly. It was then she remembered what the hoop community truly stands for, and since she could no longer do workshops, she decided to make videos of her friends inside their own sacred circles. Helen lives in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, and the soundtrack featured here is “Clementine” by Washington and you can download a copy of it for your very own collection over on iTunes

Hula Hooping at Elwood Beach with Coral Jade

Coral Jade hooping While the weather is warming up for those of us in the North, summer is winding down for hoopers down under. Coral Jade of CoralJadeCircus.com took to the beach to practice and perfect some of her favorite moves with single, double and triple hoops. It was filmed right before sunset at a spot named Elwood Beach in Melbourne. She lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and the soundtrack for this is “High” by Peking Duk, and you can download a copy of it for your own collection quite easily on iTunes.