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This Week's Move Focus: Infinity Toss

FAQ

  • How do the Zoom classes work?

    It's simple! Upon registering and paying for your first class, you'll receive an email invite to join our virtual classroom. Then, you'll set up a unique user ID and password. Hoola-Fit Zoom classes with Abby take place from 6-7 p.m. ET on Mondays. Just make sure you've got a strong internet connection when it's time for class, and you're good to go! If you happen to register for class but aren't able to make it (we get it: life happens), don't worry! You'll have access to a recording afterwards, which will be available until the next Monday class. On Tuesdays, Abby sends out an email overview for the following week's class. In that email, you'll also find your payment link to register. Therefore, you can choose which live classes you want to attend and when. To see what's on the schedule for this week, just scroll down to 'Course Curriculum'

  • If I already know the skill or trick focus for the week, does it make sense to join the class?

    All Hoola-Fit classes are multi-level: meaning, we always provide modifications AND advanced variations. For example, if we're covering lifts and you already know how to do a lift, we'll be sure to mix things up with "sister moves" like advanced lift variations & pizza tosses. Also, this is the beauty of live classes: we'll be together in our virtual classroom, so we can meet you where you're at & offer up alternatives to keep you inspired and challenged.

  • What's the difference between the live Zoom classes and Classes on Demand?

    When it comes to hooping, people have different needs, desires, and learning styles. With this idea in mind, we wanted to provide options. Zoom classes are great for students who want an interactive experience where they can be live with the teacher. Classes on Demand work a bit differently because, instead of meeting at a certain day and time in a virtual classroom, you'll be taking classes that have been pre-recorded. Classes on Demand is a monthly subscription vs. 'drop-in.' In other words, you pay a flat rate each month to access our entire class library whereas, with Zoom, you're paying on a per-class basis.

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Instructor(s)

  • Abby Lee

    Hoola-Fit Creator

    Abby Lee

    Abby is the founder of both Hoola-Fit and Hoola Monsters - Florida's first full service hoop dance company, which specializes in handmade fitness hoops, hoop dance classes and performances. She's also an ACE-Certified Youth Fitness Specialist and the sole program developer for Hoola-Fit Kids - coming soon! A play professional and fitness pro for more than a decade, Abby's certifications include: ACE Youth Fitness Specialist, ACE Group Fitness, Kidding Around Yoga, Les Mills Body Combat, Cardio Kickboxing, Coach by Color Indoor Cycling, and Hoola-Fit (of course). A hoop dance educator since 2007, Abby has taught the art form to thousands of people of all ages. She's also spent years developing, testing and implementing her training programs. Her mission is to inspire and empower hoop dance teachers, in an effort to make hooping accessible worldwide. Prior to beginning her hoop business ventures, Abby worked as a public relations executive in New York City. In 2012, she created, wrote and starred in the children's hoop dance adventure & instructional DVD, "Molly and the Hoola Monsters." Abby's Hoola Monsters performance resume includes MLB, the NFL, ESPN, Cirque Du Solei, and NBC’s America’s Got Talent. She has traveled the country teaching workshops and performing and has been featured as a hoop dance expert in media outlets such as BuzzFeed, First for Women Magazine, Better Homes & Garden Magazine, the Washington Post and NBC’s nationally syndicated show, Daytime to name a few.

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