Hoopers around the world- Bermuda

By | December 1st, 2015|Blog|

Image Courtesy of Chris Ingham Ishrat Yakub. My highschool memories are rife with conversations with her about all things art, music, social norms, religion, politics, love and life. At such a young age, she was always full of wisdom and surprises. We had hours worth of conversations about the deepest epiphanies and as a teenager, [...]

Hoop Hack #1- What hoop size should you go for?

By | November 17th, 2015|Blog|

I remember being SO confused when I first got into hooping. What size should I go for? What material- HDPE or Polypro? What tubing? WHAT COLOUR?!? In the series “Hoop Hacks”, I’ll be sharing some useful things that I have picked up during my hoop journey, and hopefully, it will help you too! Since the [...]

Through the lens of a hoop

By | November 3rd, 2015|Blog|

For years I have been trying to figure out who I am. Being born to Sudanese parents (with a half Turkish mother) in London and raised in the U.A.E. for all of my life, having an identity crisis was bound to happen. I was always told how to behave, what to do, what career path [...]