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What's included in the hula hoop course?
There is 6 weeks worth on content in our online courses.
Our Level 1 beginner’s hula hooping course alone, there are around 48 different videos to walk you through various moves and techniques.
Once activated, you’ll be able to access these videos through your account, anywhere at anytime provided you have internet access.
How do I hula hoop on my waist?
That’s what we’ll teach you on the course 😉
Whether you can waist hoop or not, we’ll teach you the basics of nailing that waist hooping technique and then teach you some kick ass moves to go with it!
Learn at your own pace in your own space with our online courses.
What should you wear for hula hooping?
Something comfortable, preferably cotton clothing. 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 (shoulders and arms in particular). Footwear – bare feet, or trainers. Socks maybe slippery.
How much space do I need to hula hoop in?
We recommend practicing outside in a garden or park. Or in a room inside with plenty of space, away from breakable objects.
You’ll need plenty of space to swing the hula hoop around as we learn tricks on our hands and arms.
Removing breakable objects from the vicinity is recommended. Please note that some colourful tapes on the hula hoops can act like crayon on the wall so we strongly suggest practicing outside where possible.
I'm really unfit / overweight / think I might be too old, I don't think I can do this ...
These are some of the most frequent concerns I hear. Don’t fret! Every person in class is a different age, weight, body type. There is no right or wrong type of person to do this class. If you want to give it a go then come along. EVERYONE is welcomed and encouraged to give it a go.
What if I have a medical condition?
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.
If you are feeling unwell or carrying an injury do not attempt any of the moves shown in the videos until you have fully recovered.
Remember to warm up and cool down properly each time you practice.
Why am I bruising when I hula hoop?
Bruising is a natural part of the learning process.
If you are noticing bruises when you practice, please stop hula hooping and wait for the bruising to subside before you begin practicing again.
For more information on bruising visit our FAQ’s page:
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