I created a map for all of us Aerial Hoop people so that we can find each other, know where we train in case we want to meet or while traveling and searching for a place to train.
If you want to add yourself all you need to do is open this link, then type your location in, either just the town and country or the street, town and country, whatever you feel comfortable with, click on the little icon which looks like a upside down teardrop to add marker and then in the marker notes you can put your name.
The map down here will show all of us!
I have recently got to see 3 different videos that inspired me a lot, so I decided to share those here.
Each and every one of them is very different in hoop work and in feel, and I think there is a lot to learn from each.
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Here you can find aerial hoop classes from around the world.
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Many times floor work is left behind, forgotten, when you deal with aerial acrobatics.
I find that for me it is very hard to move on the ground, as I’m not a trained dancer, and I get my confidence only when I physically touch the hoop or the hammock.
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I’ve been following Master Tao Porchon-Lynch on the web for some time now. At the age of 95, she’s the oldest yoga teacher in the world.
She’s a former actress and dancer, who just recently started dancing again, and she is a very inspiring spirit.
Here is a short video about her:
And her website:
and a wonderful photo shoot that she took part in her 95th birthday(!!!):
So if you ever feel like you’re too old, and that it is too late for you to do something, remember that no matter what age you are, this is only the beginning and it is never too late.
Always try too be all that you can be.