Level 2 – Beginners Hula Hoop Course
The next level to your hula hooping skills!
Building on moves learnt in the Level 1 Beginner’s Course, the Level 2 – Beginner’s Fundamentals Course will help you to progress with your awesome hooping skills.
We will cover how to link previously learnt moves together with our warm up routine and will help you begin to tackle more challenging moves such as chest and knee hooping which are ‘fundamental’ moves in hoop dance, along with a host of other fancy tricks!
We learn a lot over the 6 weeks so to give you a hand with remembering what we cover, you’ll have access to a video recap at the end of the course!
If you would like to attend this course but have not done the Foundations Course, please contact Lyndsay to discuss options. Book now as spaces are limited!
Level 2 – Beginners Hula Hoop Course
|Starts:||Wednesday 6th March 2019|
|Dates:||6, 13, 20, 27 March & 3, 10 April 2019|
|Time:||Wednesdays 7 - 8pm|
|Where:||North Hall, Spencer Yard, Leamington Spa CV31 3SY|
|Who:||All adults - anyone over 18 years of age.|
|Price:||£55 for 6 weeks.|
(Please note £25 of this is a non refundable deposit)
Sign up with 2 people and both receive £5 off the price each!
I'm not good enough! I feel like I haven't learnt everything from Level 1!
Firstly, stop that negative talk! Secondly, your worries are not a problem. Hooping is all about practice and if you haven’t quite got some of those tricks from Level 1 then do not worry. Our warm up routine recaps all the moves learnt at Level 1 and we will be learning moves that either encourage you to learn previous tricks, utilise your existing skills or are entirely new altogether. There is something for everyone 😉
What should I wear?
Something comfortable, preferably cotton. Close fitting clothes are generally easier to hoop in as baggy clothes may catch or get in the way. Slippery fabrics should be avoided as this will make learning moves a lot harder. Bare skin is generally easier to hoop with (shoulder and arms in particular). Footwear – bare feet, or trainers. Socks maybe slippery.
What should I bring?
An open mind, a positive attitude and a bottle of water. Hoops will be provided but bring your own if you have one.
I have a medical condition. Is this course suitable for me?
ALWAYS consult with your doctor before starting any new exercise and especially if you are unsure about attending any of our classes.
If you are pregnant or have lower back problems this class is not suitable for you. We ask that any medical conditions be declared before attending a class and in some cases a Doctors note may be requested. Please drop us an email to discuss this further.
Do you do drop in sessions? Why must I book onto a course?
Hula hooping is great fun and takes plenty of practice when learning new moves. Every week we on build the previous week’s material and skills. We will learn a lot on this course and whilst we will do a recap each week, we want to progress on to new material rather than having to return to the very basics every lesson.
We also have to limit numbers on each course for health and safety purposes. Hooping also takes up lots of space and we don’t want the hall to be over crowded otherwise you can’t learn everything with enough practice space!
Car Parking / Buses / Trains / Transport Links?
There is lots of 2 hours free on-street parking locally or St Peter’s Multi storey is a 5 – 10 min walk away. The bus stop is a 2 minute walk next to the Parish Church and Leamington Train station is 5 minutes walk away!
Any other questions please just email us!
“The whole course was fun, well-paced and I learned a lot … Lyndsay got it all spot on!”
“The follow-up video is SO USEFUL and makes things even clearer.”
“Thank you for a fun time. Bring on the next level.”