Angela O’Keefe of Angeliis Hoops spins it up in the gorgeous fall weather while hiking one of her favorite local trails, before doing some more hooping in Turntable Park with Robert, her amazing husband of 17 years. In fact, she dedicates this video to him on their 17th anniversary, thanking him “for putting up with my hooping insanity.” She also sums her video up well when she says, “Beautiful weather, gorgeous view.” Hooping has given Angela a sense of purpose and allowed her to connect with herself and her hoop better through self expression and we really enjoyed her hoop dancing. She lives in Sanbornville, New Hampshire, USA, and the soundtrack for this is “Higher” by Creed and you can get a copy of it for yourself on iTunes.
Angela O’Keefe is growing and she’s spinning up beautiful things in a relatively short period of time. She picked up hooping just before Christmas and seven months later it’s all coming together. She told us, “Before hooping I had always felt as though I was the one who didn’t fit in anywhere and that someday I would find my niche in life; Now I am confident that hooping is my niche even though it took me all of my 45 years to find something that truly makes me feel wonderful inside and out.” She lives in Sanbornville, New Hampshire, USA, and the soundtrack is “Beautiful Things” by Gungor and you can get it on iTunes.
Gandhi once said, “There is more to life than increasing its speed.” As we progress through our hooping journey many of us go through a period of time in which we equate pure speed with skill. Sometimes it is the case, but often times it can be oh-so-juicy when we occasionally slow it down a notch. Slowing down flow and allowing for what comes naturally can lead to a deeper, more mindful hoop dance practice, as we can see here with the beautiful Nikki Rae Cadrette. Nikki lives in Louden, New Hampshire, USA, and the soundtrack for her video is “Glory Box” by Portishead and you can get yours on iTunes.
Inspired by the snow on the ground and the light reflecting off the lake, Hooping.org’s very own Nicole “Nico” Colindres of Flow Hoopdance spins up something really warm and wonderful that we’re excited to be able to share with you. The video is the creation of Jim Baclagon of Hysteria Pictures and the soundtrack that is used here is by Lindsey Stirling – and it’s not “Crystallized” for a change, it’s “Shadows” and it’s available for purchase on iTunes. Nicole lives Meredith, New Hampshire, USA. A Hooping.org Video of the Day.