Grace Raven of Hoopgrace is back with a beautiful hooping video featuring the mountain tops near Wanaka and Queenstown in New Zealand.
Let’s have some bright orange hoops for a bright sunny day! Tracy Phua shows us some great twin hoop fun that is full of smiles and skills in this fun video shot in her yard. Watch as she spins up doubles for each one of her tricks with both hoops on and off her body. Tracy lives and works in Hamilton, New Zealand, and the soundtrack for this video is called “Acapella” by Karmin and if you can score a copy of it for your very own on iTunes
Grace Raven of hoopgrace.com gives us a taste of her phenomenal hoop dance with a breathtaking sunset as her backdrop. Her mysterious silhouette against the radiant skies left all of us completely captivated. Originally from the United States, Grace is currently based out of Tauranga, New Zealand. The soundtrack for this is called “Silence” by Delerium, which features Sarah McLachlan and if you enjoyed this melody, it’s available on iTunes.
Richie Isaacs is here with a brand new tutorial and he’s going to be teaching all of us a little technique/move that he likes to call “Monkey Crosses The Bridge”. He says, “This simple yet fun technique is something I adapted from an old nunchuku move I used to do eons ago.” He’s right about it too, it’s not too difficult to learn regardless of your hooping level, and it is a lot of fun to play with as well. Go give it a spin for yourself! Richie lives in New Plymouth, New Zealand.