Tag Archives: Casandra Tanenbaum

Top Ten List for March 9-15 2014

It’s time for our weekly Top Ten List where we count down the top ten most buzz worthy posts of the week (as based on reader response), starting things off at number ten and working…

This is For All the Lonely Hoopers

by Casandra Tanenbaum People often ask me how I learned to hoopdance. With a shy smile, I admit to hours upon hours of solitary practice and reviewing countless videos to expand my skill set.  My house,…

Loving Our Limits

by Casandra Tanenbaum While engaged in Hooping.org’s Fall Fun & Fitness 30/30 Challenge, I enjoyed confronting one of the most fascinating conundrums about creative life: limitations are truly freeing.  We human beings seem to LOVE…

Hula Hoop Fitness Exercises

It’s a well known fact that hooping has amazing health benefits, but now it’s time to learn some basic moves you can work into your daily fitness routine! Over at Kurriosity.com, the “social network for healthy…

Hooping Publicly and Privately

[Hooping.org columnist Casandra Tanenbaum examines her public and private hooping.] by Casandra Tanenbaum Hoopdance is an experience of movement for the partner of the hoop. Certainly the hoop is important, but focusing on the hoop…

Top Ten List: February 3-9 2013

It’s time for our weekly Top Ten List everybody! We’re counting down the top ten most buzz worthy posts of the week (based on reader response) and we are starting things off at number ten…

Loving Our Limits

[Hooping.org columnist Casandra Tanenbaum takes a closer look at how limitations create opportunities.] by Casandra Tanenbaum While engaged in Hooping.org’s Spring Renewal 30/30 Challenge, I enjoyed confronting one of the most fascinating conundrums about creative…

Hoop Jealousy Doesn’t Spin Very Well

[Hooping.org columnist Casandra Tanenbaum spins up a closer look at ourselves.] by Casandra Tanenbaum I like to think that my energy while hooping is always light, bright and full of fun, that hooping is nearly…