"Yeah I would be inclined to agree. It's good to have such a great response from you all, as it gives me something to give back to my ladies I teach. I can reassure them that I've been doing my research and although I don't know…"
"I have a medium sized chest and the hoop always stays above my actual nipples so it doesn't hurt. I teach too and there are quite a few women with large chests in my current class and none of them are having issues. I think everyone is just…"
"I wouldn't say I'm busty. I'm average (34C), but I haven't had any discomfort with chest hooping. If done correctly, it shouldn't be traveling across the nipple region anyway. I can only see it being an issue for women who…"
"No boob pain here, I'm a D...When I first started chest hooping and I couldn't pick it up right away I thought it was due to my lady parts but once I got the motion of chest hooping down my boobs truly didn't effect my hooping at all.…"
"In my opion, I really don't think it's bad. I'm also short but have a DDD cup size (I don't see this as a blessing really). I enjoy chest hooping and I don't think it hurts much. I think it depends on the…"
Hi all, So I've recently started teaching a small group of women and I was thinking ahead to later lessons when I might start to move on from waist hooping and beginner tricks and onto things such as chest hooping...except as someone pointed out to me, wouldn't chest hooping be really painful for ladies with bigger boobs? I myself am not blessed with a lovely pair. I'm 4'6" and Keira Knightly flat so I've never had the problem. So, is it more uncomfortable and painful for you lovely busty…See More
"I think the biggest things to teach is how to save the hoop. In one class, a girl taught a "fancy trick" to pick up the hoop when you drop it so that it doesn't feel so lame. :p I use the push points method. It makes so much…"
thank you so much for the help, some of it is touching things I hadn't thought about, like xplaining it as a movement of the feet rather than the hips or waist.
It's not that I don't have method break downs - I do. It…"
"If you can I would get the Hoopnotica DVDs or just watch online hooping tutorials and listen to how the moves are being broken down. Then practice breaking them down yourself and explaining them. Even if you're alone in your living room. Maybe…"
"Have you taken any classes yourself or did you learn by yourself? Some people can pick stuff up just by watching and mimicking movement, but most cannot. Once you step into that teacher-role it is important that you can breakdown…"
"Before you started teaching you should have looked at each technique you were offering and broken them down to yourself-- that includes basic waist hooping. some people understand the movement required better than others. The good thing about…"
Hi all,So just last week I started teaching my own hoop lessons and would appreciate some help from you guys. When I started hooping I never had to learn how to waist hoop - I just did it. Now that I'm teaching, apart from the basic explanation about how to hoop and one or two different ways of explaining it, I don't have much to go on. It's difficult teaching something that came so easily to me! Does anybody have a good way of explaining to a non-hooper how to get started? I hope I'm making…See More