"I take my collapsable hoops on planes all the time with no problem. They fit in the coat check, overhead or under seat space. I have no idea how you would get a full size hoop on a plane. There is really no reasonable place to store it. I think your…"
"Here's my take on it: silks are more interesting and more versatile than lyra--they're harder in terms of upper body strength as they require more endurance to climb and stay (while you can just sit or do front balance on lyra to rest),…"
"Thank you. I love getting to combine 2 of my favorite things. I had a really amusing moment with a security guard while film who was like "WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!? You shouldn't be loitering here" But the presence of the hula hoop won…"
"Sounds like you need more flight time. The hoop will not be even when it is getting uneven pushes from your hips. Work on making your movements as even as possible The side that the hoop is drifting to is typically the side that is getting more…"
This weekend I took my first hooping work shop with the amazing Ann Humphreys. I finally tried out the blind folded hooping. Over all the class was a great way to expand and refine what I have been learning for the last year.
"I love both. I have been doing silks longer than I have the lyra. My ultimate fave between the two is the tissue. It's much more pliable than the lyra and more comfortable (I find). It's true that the silks do require a lot of upper body…"