Hoopcamp is the largest annual gathering of the hoop dance community and it’s being held this year at our new DREAM LOCATION for 2015 – Camp Campbell! Located in the Northern California coastal Redwood mountains of Santa Cruz, California, USA, it’s now in it’s 8th year. Hoopers from all over the world come together at Hoopcamp to share, connect, learn, and celebrate the hoop as a transformational movement tool for creative self-expression. With workshops this year being taught by Anah Reichenbach, Babz Robinson, Bex Burton, Caterina Suttin, Evan Davis, GroovinMeGzz, Hoop Hooligans, Isopuppy, Lauren Shaw, Lee Jeffries, Maiki Nope, Matt Poretta, Morgan Jenkins, Philo Hagen, Rebecca Halls, Stefan Pildes, Steve Bags, Tiana Zoumer, Valentina Martin and more. Mark your calendar now for Hoopcamp 2015, September 28th – October 1st, 2015. And don’t forget Shakti Sunfire’s teacher training before the big event. Hoopcamp: Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. Join our Facebook group too.
Deanna Renee Falge of AquaHoops is here making her hooping.org debut in a most magnificent setting. Filmed in the Mayan ruins in Caracol, Belize, this breathtaking video and her sacred hoop dance are positively something to see. Deanna currently lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack used here is called “Desert Song” by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, and you can download a copy of it for your very own music collection quite easily over on iTunes.
Finding her sparkle in the dust, Caitlin Hofer, aka Isopuppy, our 2015 Hoopie Award winning Female Hooper of the Year, flows her own way in this beautiful video from her recent journey to the desert. Filmed at the Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park in Sedona, Arizona, Caitlin moves effortlessly with her hoops and is mesmerizing in her hoop dance. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack that she used for her video is “Pilgrim” by MØ, which can be purchased for your own collection quite easily on iTunes.
Guess what? She’s at it again! Isopuppy, otherwise known as Caitlin Hofer of Fern Gully Creations, turns it on and throws it down with a single hoop out back, spinning up some sweet moves and more of her fantastic flow. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack for this one is unknown to us, so if you know the name of this track please share it in the comments below for the rest of us. Thanks!
Isopuppy, otherwise known as Caitlin Hofer of Fern Gully Creations, doesn’t let the rain stop her from spinning up something magnificent with this graceful barefoot hoop session. As the raindrops fall, her twin hooping spin is better than ever. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack is called “Count to Ten” by Tina Dico and you can download a copy of it for your very own collection over on iTunes. Want to try hoop dancing in the rain yourself? Read Rain Dancing with a Hoop for more inspiration!
Caitlin Hofer, aka Isopuppy of Fern Gully Creations, celebrates her two-and-a-half years of hooping milestone by creating a super fun and action packed compilation video of her hooping journey. Her currently secretive but fortuitous news has her quite overjoyed and she shares her flow for us to enjoy along the way. Isopuppy inspires us with her down to earth attitude too, letting us know that “in the end, I just like to hoop.” Caitlin lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack to this video is “Sleepyhead” by Passion Pit and you can find a copy for your own collection over on iTunes.