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I’m excited about the next hoop class. The June series starts in a couple of weeks. Classes fill up fast so hoops need to be reserved beforehand. Early bird pricing ends soon. There are options for custom made hula-hoops for every age, private 1-on-1 or small group sessions or requesting hoop or fire performers for special occasions.
Hula-hooping is a good low impact cardiovascular exercise. Studies have shown hula-hooping can burn 300-500 calories an hour and boost metabolism. Hoop dance improves your mood because it’s fun for adults and kids and is also accessible to people with limited range of motion. It improves concentration, coordination, endurance, and balance. Strengthen and tone the full body with core, shoulder, arm, and foot hooping visited in the Basics class suitable for beginners. We used a tandem hoop in class that everyone had a lot of fun playing with and is easier to learn in because it turns more slowly. Just 10 minutes a day can improve skills and fitness level drastically. Multiple people have used the Basics class techniques to hoop when they could never do it before.
All ages can enjoy this more meditative and gentle form of the yoga practice. Develop healthy posture and abdominal strength, improve balance, and enjoy better circulation and flexibility. Our practice ends with relaxation in the chair or on your mat. Postures can be modified to the wheelchair.
FREE Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis – This class is a Chair Yoga class provided weekly and funded by the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Preregistration is required. Join the Chair Yoga class each Wednesday at 10:30, or with preregistration receive one free class per week.
Chair yoga offered by ESILL annually in March and October. Check out esill.org for more details.
Find out more about the $5 Wednesday Chair Yoga classes.