"Definitely keen to know how the moodhoop is! I'm thinking a moodhoop will be my next LED purchase though I really love the freedom of being able to choose your own colours and strobes etc... you'll love fire, it's so much fun. Just…"
"That sounds like a good idea. Although it says you dont need prior yoga experience it certainly couldnt hurt.
The money and time is kind of a deal with me too. The first trial month is only $29 then it goes up to $85. I guess my health is worth…"
"Have you spun fire before? I got into fire hooping 4-5 months after I got into regular hooping (I think) and that was okay because I already spun fire, but I think it's still a good amount of time for newbies as well; maybe to even just try out…"
"Hey Tweed! =)I havent attended a bikram yoga class as yet... i was thinking of joining a hatha yoga class to get a feel for yoga in general and then attend bikram! Also being a mum of an almost 1 year old, its hard to find time and money to get out…"
"Hey Pixie have you started partaking in Bikram yet? If so I'd like to know what you think so far.
I take advantage of the free yoga/pilates classes offered at my work but wanted to take it a step further since it's only twice a week.…"
"Hey, sorry I took so long to get back to you! My threeworlds hoop was absolutely fine. It's now too heavy and bulky as I've downsized quite a bit but it depends on where you're at with your hoop sizes. Threeworlds hoops are about 37 -…"
Hey there!Im in the process of looking to buy an LED hoop and in the very near future a fire hoop!Im really wanting to get other peoples opinions, especially from you Aussie hoopers, on a reputable seller that sells good quality, not overly priced LED hoops and/or Fire hoops!Also one that ships to Australia obviously! =)Anyone have reviews? Info from where they have purchased their hoops from??I need info so i can do my homework and get something thats going to last but... also isnt overly…See More
"ok so i started my daily stretch workout yesterday morning, and ive woken up this morning quite sore in my legs and lower back...i did 40mins of stretching...is that too long to be stretching for a beginner???have i overdone it already?
help? im not…"
"awesome thanks heaps for you help and input! Im going to write down a routine to do everyday untill i get so used to it i dont need to read it! haha =PIm hoping to start yoga very soon too, so im hoping that will help alot!"
"I will try to get around to making a video in the next couple of days, though I am not nearly as flexible as I used to be :) Straddle positions will be helpful, and butterflies are, too. sometime, I even put my legs against a couch and scooch myself…"
"Thank you so much! I THINK i understand what you are saying, but i mean a video would be amazing help too!!! Only if you are up for it! =)Yeah i plan on getting there slowly, as right now my flexibility is not so high...sadly it went down hill after…"
"I REALLY hope I can explain this without being too confusing. What we used to do in dance is lay on our backs with our legs straight out. lift one leg so your knee is to your chest, grab your foot and straighten it out, so you start with a 90 degree…"
Definitely keen to know how the moodhoop is! I'm thinking a moodhoop will be my next LED purchase though I really love the freedom of being able to choose your own colours and strobes etc... you'll love fire, it's so much fun. Just got my new one on Saturday that my friend made for me and it's AMAZING. The specs are so perfect for me that I totally forget that it's on fire :D My LED is just normal HDPE tubing. I've never used polypro before, you can't get it in New Zealand, but I'm hoping to get some from overseas soon (:
Have you spun fire before? I got into fire hooping 4-5 months after I got into regular hooping (I think) and that was okay because I already spun fire, but I think it's still a good amount of time for newbies as well; maybe to even just try out someone elses fire hoop. I have a Lighted Lifestyles LED hoop and I love it; I'd recommend it BUT I hear Kurt (the owner) isn't keeping up with orders so good anymore. When I got mine it took just over a month to recieve it, which was fine since they were custom made with only two people on the team but now it's sometimes taking up to 6 months to get a hoop with some people not recieving one at all unfortunately. I think Kurt has been overwhelmed by business. I haven't tried a moodhoop but apparently they're amazing and I've only ever heard good things about those; also cosmic hoops. PSI hoops are the best on the market but way pricier.
Hey, sorry I took so long to get back to you! My threeworlds hoop was absolutely fine. It's now too heavy and bulky as I've downsized quite a bit but it depends on where you're at with your hoop sizes. Threeworlds hoops are about 37 - 38" I think? I'm not sure but it was perfect when I bought it 5 months into hooping-- now I'm using light circus hoops and 34" hoops and it feels like I'll hurt myself when I use it and I can't do any of my quicker moves. It is a good hoop though, I'm just a little bummed I outgrew it so quickly!
Sounds great, i am in a hula class run in Ringwood on Wednesday nights with another 10- 15 other women and my sister also im sure at least some of the women would like to come to a jam in Belgrave or Croydon or both :). i will converse with them on Wednesday and let them know we are organizing a jam session. I've been basic hooping on and off for a few years but this year i've been practicing everyday recording my progress and trying to learn new skills and techniques. i know what you mean by addicted!! I have had some really painful injuries but it does not deter me for some reason i just want more!
Hey there pixie Ive tried to join the hula addicts fb page but haven't been accepted as of yet. I'm in croydon and would love to organize a hoop jam local to here for anyone who wants to come, meet new people and hoop and just have a great time. Let me know if this sounds appealing and we can organize it ASAP. Take care :)
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