H³- Hoops x Health x Healing with Lumhe Sampson, hosted by Dancing Earth
H³- Hoops x Health x Healing w/ Lumhe Sampson, hosted by Dancing Earth
A fitness program originated by Lumhe as a means to maintain and hone a healthy physical lifestyle that very well incorporated indigenous knowledge and practices.
Meeting ID 823-9820-7749
*** This class can be done WITH or WITHOUT a hoops .***
ABOUT THIS CLASS
H³- (Hoops x Health x Healing) is a fitness program originated by Lumhe as a means to maintain and hone a healthy physical lifestyle that very well incorporated indigenous knowledge and practices. Often done at one’s own pace, it can range from deep slow engaging movements to a dynamic high intensity interval circuit that truly invigorates both mind and body. With variances for each movement, it is a suitable workout for all body types and capabilities.
HOOPS FOR PURCHASE
Hoops are made-to-order by Lumhe, ships next day, 3-5 business days. If you wish to purchase a set of hoops please visit https://sampsonbrosarts.com/
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Lumhe Sampson (of the Sampson Bros. Lumhe & Samsoche) is world renowned for his innovative and unique collaborative style in hoop dance exhibition. Symbolizing the connection and emphasizing importance in unity of all things in this world, their unique performance invigorates the mind and brings harmony to ones soul. The Bros. have been teaching and sharing the art of Hoop Dance for over 25 years throughout Turtle Island and beyond.
ABOUT DANCING EARTH
DANCING EARTH has been named by Dance Magazine as “One of the Top 25 to Watch,” and are recipients of the National Museum of American Indian’s 2010 Expressive Arts Award. Dancing Earth recruits, cultivates, and creates opportunities for emerging global Indigenous talents in all aspects of artistic collaboration in every aspect of artistic collaboration – including dance, choreography, music, costume, lighting, video, stage managing, and arts administration.
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