This fun contemporary full-body exercise class tones and sculpts your abs, thighs, arms and butt, while the hoop travels up and down your torso, your arms and legs, all while you are having fun dancing to the music.
It's a low-impact full-body workout and like yoga and Pilates it works more than 30 core muscles to sculpt abdominals, builds muscle as well as strengthens them, improves balance, flexibility, and cardiovascular health
Weighted Hula hooping is a great exercise and will help to naturally firm and tone the waist and abdomen.
Weighted hula hoops are bigger and heavier than traditional hula hoops, therefore making it easier to hoop longer.
Hula hooping can provide similar results as to other types of aerobic activities like dancing — including salsa, hula, belly and swing.
Top Reasons To Hoop For Your Health
Hooping exercises over 30 core muscles, improves your balance, flexibility, dexterity and coordination, it helps to tone and reshape the abdomen, butt, and legs.
It is a low-impact, high-energy workout that can burn approximately 400 - 600 calories in an hour... so you can lose weight to!
It is an excellent way to relieve the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Hooping is good for your body and good for your soul!
Back Pain Relief
Hooping has helped some people relieve their back pain.
In this day and age we spend too much time hunching over a computer or slouching watching TV which takes it toll on your back.
Stresses and anxiety can further add to our bodies and backs.
Hooping makes your hips more fluid and free, which helps to massage and loosen your lower back muscles thereby helping to lessen back pain.
We do advise consulting your physician before hooping, particularly if you experience any back pain.
Healing Energy For Your Body
Like acupressure, hooping can stimulate and massage key pressure points on the front and back as it moves around your waist.
It can also hit points on your hands and arms as you practice off the body moves.
You can use hooping to unblock your chi* (your internal energy) and get it moving again.
Hooping has been known to help cancer survivors to reclaim their bodies, to help lift people out of depression, it can provide a way to silence the outside noises and world, whilst finding inner peace.
It promotes happiness, laughter, self-esteem, confidence!
Hooping is a gentle weight-bearing exercise that has become popular for countering osteoporosis.
Like yoga, it also engages the mind-body connection to help you feel more relaxed and focused.
Hooping stretches and strengthens the core muscles of the torso, it also improves the posture and your balance.
It can increase the mobility of the spine and hips, which helps ensure that joints remain flexible.
PURE HOOP YOURSELF HAPPY - IT'S ALL IN THE HIPS!