Marissa Marlo grabs her hoops and rides her bike to the UC Davis Arboretum where we find her spinning up a whole lot of joy in the great outdoors. Surrounded by luscious greenery, she spins single, double and triple hoops and her bright spirit, beautiful flow, and sweet soundtrack make for quite the magical hooping video. We love it! Marissa is currently living in Davis, California, USA, and the sweet soundtrack for this one is “Raconte-Moi Une Histoire” by M83 and you can score a copy of it for your own collection quite easily over on iTunes.
Oliver Hart makes his debut on hooping.org with a video filmed at sunset that shows off both his hooping and balancing skills too. Occasionally perched on a post while standing on one leg, Oliver still manages to spin both single and double hoops without losing his balance. He’s been hooping for seven months and spins up more hoop tech skills here too in silhouette. He lives in Laguna Beach, California, USA, and his soundtrack for this is “Luminous Axiom” by Desert Dwellers, which you can easily download a copy of for your own collection over on iTunes.
As the sun sets, Melena Au Roara breaks out her mini full circle fire hoops for a practice session and it almost looks like the sun could have set her hoops on fire since it is shining so brightly behind her! Not to mention we are still a little baffled about how she doesn’t burn her hands. It’s her first time on Hooping.org too. Melena lives in Hayfork, California, USA, and the soundtrack for this video is “Perfect World” by Broken Bells, and you can grab a copy of it for your own collection on iTunes.
Courtney Holloway is here making an impressive debut on hooping.org with this intense and inspirational hoop dance session. Taking us way up into the hills overlooking Hollywood, in Runyon Canyon Park, she spins up some sweet moves high above the city of Los Angeles. Filmed by Angela Elizabeth, Courtney currently lives in Los Angeles, California, USA, and the soundtrack for this is called “Das Malefitz” by Faunts and you can download a copy of it for your own collection over on iTunes.
Owen Kop may only be a second grader, but he is not afraid to rock his hoop in front of a crowd at his school’s variety show at Gage Elementary School in San Diego. His mother, Amanda Kop, is so proud of her son for taking the stage too. Even at such a young age, Owen has already mastered some tricky moves and he uses his uptown funky hoop dance style to charm the audience. They live in San Diego, California, USA, and the song he’s grooving to is “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, and it is available for you to download on iTunes.