Benefits of Hula Hooping
Burns up to 7 calories a minute
Trims and tones your abs, arms and legs
Increases flexibility & releases tension especially in your hips and upper body
Increases brain strength and function
Helps with digestive health and reduces bloating and constipation.
Improves posture and strengthens front and back core muscles
FREE Hooping for Beginners instructional video
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In2hula is working in collaboration with the Heart Foundation of New Zealand to provide a hula hoop based physical activity programme for early learning services and centres.
This programme is called Hoop with Heart: Kia Ngākau Pīrori.
The Hoop with Heart programme is designed to fit with the Heart Foundation NZ Healthy Heart Award, and the New Zealand Ministry of Education’s early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki.
However, the programme is suitable for use in any early childhood setting around the world and is available in a digital format for early childhood education providers outside of the Canterbury area.
It’s a workout routine that’s FUN & gets RESULTS!
You can do almost anything with a hula hoop: your imagination is the limit. Hooping is no longer a thing of the past. It has made a popular come-back simply because it’s fun and provides a workout routine that gets results.
Have fun and lose weight learning to hula hoop in our classes. Join our positive and caring community of hoopers to experience the difference In2hula has to offer you.
You will receive more one-on-one attention because of our smaller class numbers. We take the time to really listen to each person’s individual needs. This is not about blasting out a fitness class with as many attendees as possible. Our classes are gentle on the body and generally injury free!
In2hula ~ Excellence in the fitness industry
In2hula is recognised as a leader in the fitness industry. Bernadette Smith (creative hoop instructor) was nominated in the 2015 New Zealand Exercise Industry Awards ‘Own Choreography‘ section. In 2016 In2Hula was recognised for the work they have been been doing throughout New Zealand and was awarded the Community Excellence Award by the Exercise Association of New Zealand.
Bernadette’s energetic and heart-centred work sharing the benefits and joy of hula hooping over the last 10 years was recognised with the 2018 New Zealand Register of Professionals Award. The REPs award is presented to a role model who reflects the ethics and values of exercise facilities and professionals in New Zealand.