Tag: HoopPath

Living Hoopily Ever After

Hoop Dance Like Nobody is Watching

The hoop can be a powerful tool for transformation when we’re in it, but what about when we’re not? Theresa Rose takes a look at living hoopily after.

Hooping With Aunt Flo(w)

[Hooping.org Assistant Editor Natasha “Hoopsie Daisy” Young shares why every woman should hoop. Parental guidance suggested.] Hooping does so many great things for us. It tones the abs, encourages laughter, creates friendships, and does a million other things. Today, however,…

Hooping My Way Through My Day

[Hooping.org Assistant Editor Bonnie MacDougall spins her way through life.] by Bonnie MacDougall If you’re anything like me your mind is a virtual hooping vortex sometimes, constantly spinning all things into a hooping metaphor, example, or way of being. I…

Beth Lavinder

Beth Lavinder spins it up at the annual HoopPath Beach Retreat at St. Simons Island in Georgia. Photo by Jaguar Mary. They live in Carrboro, North Carolina, USA. A Hooping.org Photo of the Day.

Hoopcamp 2012: Movin and Groovin

[Hooping.org’s Editor Philo Hagen believes we all have our 100% natural groove.] by Philo Hagen On my way to Hoopcamp 2012 this year I was in kind of a big rush, roaring up Interstate 5 in my 21-year-old Volvo hoping…

Beth Lavinder: Inside The Hoop

Beth Lavinder remembers well the first time she saw Vivian, who would later become Spiral, hooping it up on the Weaver Street Lawn in Carrboro, North Carolina. She told Hooping.org, “It was about 10 years ago and I was the…

HoopPath 6: Blooming Through Grief

(Hooping.org Assistant Editor Bonnie MacDougall blooms, even through grief.) By Bonnie MacDougall At the first official event of the HoopPath 6 Retreat entitled “Bloom”, we were treated on Thursday evening to a scrumptious potluck provided by a local Mediterranean restaurant…

Baxter’s First Performance

This weekend’s incredible Flow Show in San Francisco, California, featured Baxter’s first performance – and so much more. Chief Instigator Khan Wong delivered a most memorable event. Video by Natasha YoungHoopsie Daisy.