Last Saturday I had a wonderful 8 hours of intense and mostly practical Intermediate instructor training for Aerial Hoop. My hands are well conditioned now for much more Hoop. We learnt lots of new moves, top bar work, rolls, and combos. Always on these course I meet lovely people, and learn so much from Kate Edwards from Spin City.
I have my exam work to do, probably about Spring time, and then I will be one of the first Intermediate Aerial Hoop Instructors in the UK.
Looking forward to teaching beginners Hoop next week, first classes are on Monday in Reading, Berkshire!
I have been a busy bee this year, I have been training in Hoop, and have my exam in 2 weeks. Yesterday I picked up an A frame from Xpole, along with a Hoop, so this means I have one ready to use!!
I am looking at teaching Aerial Hoop at the Purity Studio in Reading, from early next year, I may start some lessons sooner if all goes well with the A frame.
The lessons will be priced different than pole, as it won’t be one to a Hoop, like our Pole classes are one to a pole. This is because it can be much more demanding, and the gap between having your next go is essential, to be able to last for a full class!
There is a chance I may start small group private lessons before Christmas 2012. So by all means do get in touch if you want to be notified.
I arranged an Aerial Hoop workshop for some of the students from Purity. It got booked up really quick, so it went ahead on Sunday 25th March 2012 at Spin City in Newbury. Kate Johnstone and Stacey taught the class, we got through so many moves, and even managed to create some little combos.
It’s similar to pole in a lot of ways, and I think most of us found it highly addictive.
Here are a couple of videos:
I am looking arrange another date with Kate, so get in touch if you want to go on the next one.