Learn to Hoop with Emma Kenna


Emma breaks down tricks to make them manageable and easy to learn and the tips often lead to improving or being able to do a trick that I couldn't manage previously. Thanks


Karn Ness

Emma explains tricks in an easy to understand way. She gives very straight forward and conrete tips. She also gives you 'cheat' versions of hard moves, they look very fancy, but are less difficult. My hooping has improved immensly!


Eline

Emma is a ray of sunshine in this difficult time, her energy and passion for hooping is infectious. She breaks down the moves so even my dyslexia mind can follow. Showing you the moves from difference views, I love the hand grip description (spider grip) the hand position helps me loads. She also packs so much into a session too, so her recaps are very useful. Also because she is able to see you she is able to help you out and encourage you.


Tanya

Emma explains the tricks until I understand and if the trick still isn’t working she finds other ways round the problem and doesn’t give up on me. She once spent around an hour on one tiny part of trick with me in a park and wouldn’t let me give up on it . Not sure who was more pleased when I nailed the trick . Emma is very funny and makes learning fun.


Nicola

Emma’s has a real GIFT for teaching hooping techniques. She gives a great description and breakdown of the movements, positioning and details needed to fluidly performed the technique. She also has a keen eye to help tweak the smallest details to make the greatest improvement in your hooping ability.


Paula

Emma is an epic teacher who makes sure everyone is catered to no matter their level. She’s also brilliant at breaking down her lessons so that you can learn easily.


Caroline Plowman

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