Eaton & Cringleford

Jump through hoops for fun!

Just Regional
Aug 7, 2020 1 min read

Fancy something different to do that’s fun and keeps you fit in the fresh air?

What about learning to use a hula hoop….?

Performer Rebecca Ruby Flames will be holding hoop workshops this month starting tomorrow (August 7) on the green outside the Willow Centre in Cringleford.

There will be a children’s class from 11am to 11.30am and then a session for adult beginners after that until 12.30pm.

Social distancing will be maintained and classes cost £5.

A qualified primary school teacher, Ruby Flames is a freelance performer who performs with hoops (and on stilts) at carnivals, parties, weddings and parades and has some amazing outfits and skills.

She also uses fire, LED, angle grinding and other effects in her act – although not in her workshops!

She said: “Hooping is a great way to stay fit, gain core strength, increase co-ordination ability… It clears your mind and creates focus, it encourages determination and you must be disciplined to practise regularly. You can take your hoop with your wherever you go, the park, the beach, your garden, camping, on holiday.”

Email rebeccarubyflames@gmail.com for more details

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