Adult Hula Hooping Classes in Warley, West Midlands
Weekly outdoor-for-now hula hooping classes for adults at St Hilda’s Church, Warley. Every Saturday, weather permitting!
Rachel has taught hula hooping professionally since 2014, and has taught all over the country, appearing on Channel 5, the BBC, Children in Need and CBeebies! Rachel has taught thousands of people of all ages to hula hoop – it’s brilliant for helping you feel better in yourself, getting fitter and stronger, and feeling happier. Hula hooping puts a huge smile on your face!
Have fun, get fit, feel FABULOUS!
Booking in advance is essential so that we can monitor the number of people attending. All hoops are provided – when you have booked on we will bring you an adult beginner hoop and a lightweight hoop that you will use for the session.
Hula hooping improves fitness, motor skills, balance, flexibility, self-confidence and general happiness levels. We hoop around our waists, hands and arms which builds core strength, muscle, and tones. We learn fancy circus tricks that will challenge you, build hand eye co-ordination, and work the brain!
All moves are adapted to a wide variety of needs and abilities. A fun, engaging, and inclusive high energy movement class.
Please email a PARQ form to email@example.com before joining the class – download by clicking the button below.
Where & When
Find us behind St Hilda’s Church, Warley
St. Hilda’s Church, Abbey Road, B67 5NQ
We are on the car park, so set back from the road with privacy. We will be returning to indoor classes when safe to do so. In case of bad weather, we will text you to let you know so please ensure you have returned your PARQ which will have your email and phone number on it!
Every Saturday, weather dependent, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Pay As You Feel
Classes normally cost £6 but any donation is gratefully received to allow these classes to continue.
We are grateful to The Arnold Clark Community Fund to allow us to offer these classes for 12 weeks on a Pay As You Feel Basis. Any donations during this time will go towards continuing the classes after the 12 weeks are up, and subsidising classes for people who are in financial hardship