Tiana has been hooping for 5 hoop-obsessed years. A practice fueled by personal expression leading her to develop a unique and technical style. Inspired by the infinite possibilities born of this developing art form she has been an innovator from the start.
It is the inspirational experience of mutually created moments that has brought her to teach from Mexico, UK, Indonesia, Europe, Canada and throughout the U.S. sharing the power of learning in play.
Gail is a dynamic and technical contemporary hoop dancer and a renowned hoop teacher based in the UK. Gail has taught extensively in the last 4 years at events including Sacred Circularities, HoopCamp, Spin Summit, SWHoop, HoopCamp, European Juggling Convention, Brighton Flow Fest and UK Hoop Gatherings (UK). She also performs and runs the annual Manchester Hoop Congress, now in its fourth year, which brings together the best of UK and international hoop talent to teach and perform.
Her unique and adaptable performance style with hoop, fire hoop and LED/glow hoop has seen her perform internationally at cabarets, conventions, festivals and corporate events.
Emma is a hugely experienced teacher and has run regular classes and workshops across Europe for the last 4 years and now teaches worldwide through her online workshops and Hoop Doctor Show.
She runs the highly acclaimed Bristol based hoop school Hooping Mad and has taught hundreds of people to hoop. She almost single-handedly built the Bristol hoopdance community to the multiple award winning state it is now (Best Hooping Community Hoopie and Revolvie 2012).
Henna has a background in contemporary dance, ballet and theatre, but when she started hooping in 2006 it changed her life! She is an open, creative and supportive teacher and has travelled around Latvia, Germany, Sweden, England and India to share her workshops and performances.
Workshop: Creative and Dance tech
Creative Hoop & Dance - Prepare to let go - In this workshop Henna will teach body movement techniques and how to throw yourself into dance with and without hoop. Using the rhythm of the breath to influence the movement.
The Weirder,The Better Let go and get involved.
Workshop: Mixed Tricks
Henna will share some of her favourites and weirdest tricks; using floor, tosses, wedgies and doing some combos.