so i found when i angle hoop ( i hoop to the left in first current) in the facing upward angle, for example , the hoop starts the angle to the left so not only is it angled tilted back like i want but its angling to the right side is coming toward my head more and the left is going down. I know it has to do with how im hooping somehow, tried to focus mor eon the pushing of the left side inside of the right but still happens, happen to anyone else and any tips?
hmmm, does sound like you are pulling the hoop more with your right side and i would have imagined that your left focused effort would have straitened it out a little. hmmm. baxter says something in his workshops that i think really helps wich is "all the way around, all the way around, all the way around" I've found it helps to smooth out all kinds of kinks. its about focusing on the point of contact between you and the hoop and pushing on it "all the way around" often i find myself moving in more of a up and down motion if im in sky angle but the "all the way around" thinking really helps me to keep things cleaner. i was practicing reverse current sky angle shoulder hooping this morning (messy!) and it bax's words ringing in my head helped me to clean up the off kilter angle you're describing. just more practice. you'll get it!
I have a similar issue with angle hooping. I feel like it's always going to one side instead of keeping level. Thanks for the tip Babz - it always helps me to have visuals and concepts in my head. "All the way around. All the way around." Now that I've typed it out and said it in my head maybe it will stick. :)