Hoop Dance is a form of storytelling for Native American Indians dating back to the 1400s. With no beginning or end, it symbolizes the never-ending circle of life. See our History page.
Hoop Dance is also a form of Hula hooping. Derived from the 50s, hula hooping has evolved into Hula Hoop Dancing and is often shortened and referred to as "Hoop Dance," yet has very little likness to the Native American "Hoop Dance."
Hoop Dance now refers to two distinct definitions and are completely different forms of dance.
To learn more about the native American form of Hoop Dance visit our History page.
To view Hoop Dance with Hula Hoop Roots, visit our Resources page.
This new contemporary form of Hoop Dance movement is a full-body exercise that tones and sculpts your abs, thighs, arms and butt, while the hoop travels up and down your torso, arms and legs, all while you are having fun dancing to the music of your choice. More sample videos.