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Jazmin Jade

Jazmin Jade

Jazmin Jade of Jazzy Hoops spins up some awesome hooping madness at dusk. Adorned with a wonderful outfit and surrounded by lush, beautiful scenery, Jazmin takes us on a journey through the darkening night with various hoops to match. In…

In Memory of Jessica Pintoski

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Jessica Catherine Pintoski passed away this past weekend at the age of 22. We are truly honored to share with you her final hooping video and a couple others we enjoyed. She was and continues to be an inspiration to her…

Hillary Hula

Hillary Hula

http://youtu.be/5066z3FU61k Hillary Hula, otherwise known as Hillary Pelley, is pretty adorable as she spins things up for her new 2013 hoop dance demo video. Her hooping is as captivating here as her beautiful smile is catching and that’s probably why she’s…

Extensions, Anti-Spins and Flowers

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Hooping.org’s 2013 Newbie Hooper of the Year, isopuppy aka Caitlin Hofer of Hooping Healers Hoop Dance Troupe, teaches us some fundamental drawing techniques with the hoop including extensions, anti-spins and flowers. Many of these hoop skills stem from poi and although…

Kay Luz: Sidewalk Closed

Kay Luz

There’s nothing more inviting to a hooper than a large, empty space, and if there’s a sign saying ‘closed’ on it, well, all the better as that spot gets to be ours alone. Kay Luz found her spot right behind…

Tere “Lioness” Marie

hoop It’s time for a 90’s flashback, folks! Tere “Lioness” Marie spins her hoops to a remix of Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” by Cyril Hahn, creating a montage brimming with beautiful scenery and lighthearted hooping. She adds a silly, but aesthetically pleasing touch to her video with mirroring and blurring effects that flow wonderfully with the music. From forest to river, it is clear that Tere had a blast creating this video for all of us to enjoy! Tere lives in Syracuse, New York, USA, and you can score a copy of the soundtrack to this video easily as it can be found on iTunes.

Kay Dent

Kay Dent

Reconnection with one’s art can be a very personal and intimate moment, akin to reacquainting ourselves with a friend that we might not be keeping in touch with like we used to. Kay Dent of Pink Hoops shares with us…