"Thanks again. I use polyethylene irrigation tubing. She's so excited about hooping so I'll do whatever I can to make a hoop for her that works. I wish she lived a bit closer so that I could do a trial run!"
"I'm making a hoop for a friend too and I read Tink in Tokyo's guideline for estimating size...but I just need someone to reassure me that my math is correct and I'm approaching this correctly. Her waist is 52 inches. Using Tink's…"
"Her classes are multi-leveled right now. There were a bunch of beginner's today, but I still learned a new trick which was great. Because she's had tons more experience she's able to show me moves that wouldn't occur to me until…"
"Hi, AJ. I see that you've already spoken to Laura via HoopCity. I got to her classes on Saturday's (at Prima Ballet on Whitlock Ave/120) and would love to see you there sometime. Are you on Facebook? Look for her company "Baila…"
I'm not sleek and trim and have been trying to find something to wear while hooping that doesn't ride up and expose my tummy. Just wanted to post somewhere that I think I've found it! It's a darted leotard with adjustable straps and a built-in bra lining. It took me a long time to find a leotard with a built-in bra; I guess most dancers wear bras, I just prefer not doing so.
I just got it in the mail today. I'll post followup information after I've worn it a few times. I've typically found postings about weight, size, and height of the reviewer very helpful, but I'll need time to gather up the courage to post the same data!
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