(1) Workshop = $25
(2) Workshops = $40
*UPDATE* I will be offering TWO workshops at Central Park on May 17th, as well as the initial TWO WORKSHOPS on Long Island May 9th. This will be FOUR DIFFERENT workshops!!!
May 9th on Long Island:
1) Disconnected Flow @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
2) Transitions/Recovery Techniques @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
May 17th @ Central Park:
1) Isolation/Ghosting Variations w/ Vertical Transitions @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
2) On and Off Body Breaks @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
~Note: If you would like to attend ALL FOUR workshops, Price will be $65. Thats about 8 hours of workshops.. pretty solid deal, from $100 as four individual workshops~
I will arrive around 1 p.m. and since it seems like a lot of people will be coming, I would say shoot to arrive by like 1:30 or 1:45 if possible, because lets get real, most of are not the most punctual (myself DEFINITELY included). Late arrivals are ok, but it will be hard to catch 10-15 people up to speed who stroll in between 2:00 and 2:30. But do what ya can! We will also be heading out for dinner and drinks after nearby if anyone is interested!
$$ To purchase tickets PayPal: Naminton1@gmail.com $$
INTRO: We will start by introducing ourselves and our personal discovery of hooping, and then discuss the concept of "flow" together and ways to feel more natural with the idea of it and how to "create" your own flow.
WORKSHOP #1 - Isolation/Ghosting Variations w/ Vertical Transitions: This workshop will focus on the fundamentals of isolations, and building on variations from there. As we progress through different isolation variations and advancing the tricks, we will start adding a 2nd hand to create even more of an illusion with GHOSTING. We will then explore MANY different combinations of inside and outside grips and how to easily transition into these moves from any style of vertical hoop dance.
WORKSHOP #2: This workshop will work with all the different types of breaks, from on body to off body, from vertical to horizontal, from head to toe. There are many ways to reverse the direction of the hoop by simply letting it take its fullest path until it must stop, then reversing after body contact. This will add style and options in your hoop dance, allowing you to adjust and transition into many different genres of tricks within your flow. We will quickly start off with the relatively popular breaks and paddles around waist and shoulders, and then branch off into all the other variations.