Tag Archive for Hooper

Aerial Emery

Aerial Emery In Aerial Emery’s new “crazy hula hoop video” we get to see one of the instructors at Turbo Fest 8 this coming January, spinning up the fun, along with some seriously cool moves along the way. Shot on location in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany, Aerial told Hooping.org, “It would be wonderful to get a bigger hooper community up at the festival in Québec this year. It’s slowly growing every year!” Turbo Fest is held in collaboration with l’École de Cirque de Québec and this fun video production is the work of Norbi Whitney. Aerial lives in Québec, Québec, Canada, and the soundtrack for this video is “I Love It” by Icona Pop and you can score a copy of it for yourself I Love It (feat. Charli XCX) [Remixes], Pt. 2 - Icona Pop">on iTunes.

Christine Thevissen: Hooping in a Bubble

Christine Thevissen Have you ever dreamed of hooping inside of a giant transparent bubble? Well, Christine Thevissen discovers a sphere of infinite possibilities in hers, using its space to spin up a beautiful performance that isn’t like anything you’ve ever seen before. Well, we were able to share some performance highlights of this act three and 1/2 years ago, but we’re delighted to finally have a full bubble performance from Christine for you now. She is one of several artists who have entered the Spheric E-motion bubble of performers based out of Berlin, Germany, and Bordeaux, France, and you can watch other types of bubble videos here. The soundtrack for her performance is “To Forgive But Not Forget” by Outside and it’s available on iTunes.

Full Moon Hooping with Abby Lane

Abby Lane Hooping Things are getting spooky around here! Abby Lane hoops by the light of the full moon in this hauntingly beautiful video by Bartholomew Schwarz at Under the Radar Studios. Abby has her fire hoop lit and puts a spin on Halloween spirits with some cool effects that really turned this into something magical. Abby comes to us from Montauk, New York, USA, and the soundtrack used here is called “She Was” by Seven Lions Featuring Birds of Paradise and it is available you to download She Was (feat. Birds of Paradise) - Days to Come - EP">on iTunes.

Noy Kleiner

Limor Benasuly In-D-Negev Music and Arts festival. The festival was held this year in Mizpe Gvulot in the Negev Desert in Israel, and Noy’s hooping at the event is a sight to behold. The soundtrack to this is simply the live music that was playing at the time and over 80 acts performed at the event, now in it’s seventh year. In-D-Negev was formed to develop human consciousness, refreshing and illuminating man himself and his environment with a stable, close and direct communication to the world of creativity and inspiration and thriving culture. Video by Limor Benasuly.

Michala Ondráčková and Her kids

Hoopmania If you’re a hooper with lil’ ones, hoop mama (and/or papa) guilt can sometimes go with the territory. Michala Ondráčková of Hoopmania, however, shows us that hooping can not only be a family event, it’s one that she loves because it keeps everyone together! Her and the kids hoop it up in a beautiful location full of the colors of autumn and whether you have kids or not, you’re pretty sure to enjoy this! Michala lives in Prague, Czech Republic, and the soundtrack that she chose for this is “Dusk to Dawn” by Emancipator. It is available for you to purchase Minor Cause - Dusk to Dawn" target="_blank">on iTunes.

Allison Donaghy

Allison Donaghy She’s an American girl and she’s hooping it up in the park. Her name is Allison Donaghy and apparently hooping runs in the family. Filmed by her mama, Allison says that she has been taking hoop filming hints from her older hooping sister Caitlin Donaghy. Here we find Allison spinning things up at one of her favorite places, Thompson Park in New Jersey. She currently lives in Arlington, Virginia, USA, and the soundtrack for her video is a classic. It’s “American Girl” by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and you can get a copy of it on iTunes.

La Line in Leipzig

La Line Hoop Get lost in Leipzig in this beautiful hoop dance video by La Line. Moving throughout the city to German hip hop beats for her very first demo, filmed by Musikspzialisten and Gurmetköche, we get glimpses of her life amidst colorful art. We see her dog, her friends in the park, and especially her universal smile – something that seems to appear on the face of almost every hooper when they’re in the spin regardless of the language. La Line’s a delight to watch and we love her debut and we think you will too. The soundtrack for this is “Brückentag” by Jahmica & Jimmi Vau and you can check them out on Soundcloud.

MC WOOD-Z: L.O.V.E.

Marawa L.O.V.E. The captivating music video for L.O.V.E. from MC WOOD-Z’s debut album “Shakespeare’s Bastard Child!” is out now and Hooping Idol’s Marawa the Amazing is among the many talents featured in this music video with a slow-paced and dreamy circus slant. MC WOOD-Z is part of a breed of new talent in the UK hip hop scene and while we wish we saw more of Marawa and her mad hoop skills in this, we really like it. Check it out! You can download a copy of “L.O.V.E.” for yourself too on iTunes.

Xander: Legend of Zelda

Screen Shot 2013-04-25 at 5.21.01 PM If you’re any sort of video gaming fan then The Legend of Zelda series needs no introduction. If you’re not, well, the hero, Link, rushes off via a series of dungeons, puzzles, monsters and irritating faeries to rescue the princess Zelda. A lot. Thing is, although the series is named after her, she rarely gets screen time – so here to make things right is the very welcome return of Alexander “Xander” Nixon who, as Zelda, doesn’t need any old Link to save him. All that is needed is some hoops and a smile. The soundtrack is “Gerudo Valley” from the Legend of Zelda ’25th Anniversary Symphony” included in the game “Skyward Sword”. Xander lives in Brooklyn, New York, USA. A Hooping.org Video of the Day

Camille Mara: The Word is Green

Camille Mara If you were asked to do a project for the word “Green”, what would you do? If you were Camille Mara and you were asked to do just that for your Creative Communications class, the end result would be this video. Camille decided to show the connection between the green of nature and her inspiration for hooping in her class project. “They both provide a sacred place where no one judges, you are free to move how ever you want, and the hoop will always stay the same. It’s up to you to decide how to move it differently than others,” she explains. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. The soundtrack spins right along with her theme for the project as well. It’s “Greenland” by Emancipator and it’s available for purchase on iTunes. A Hooping.org Video of the Day.