The health benefits of hula hooping and all the movement arts are numerous.
This is especially true of mental health and our subjective feelings of well-being.

How can we use the Flow Arts to manage life, meditate, and heal? Every day the wider community helps search for and understand the answers.
This is a place to find helpful resources on achieving peace of mind in the practice.

A collection of resources that explore these concepts.


Andy Puddicombe is a Buddhist monk who knows what being mindful with your body means. In fact, he encourages and even represents the "flow" arts in this inspiring and enlightening speech.

"And the beauty of it is that even though it need only take about 10 minutes a day, it impacts our entire life. But we need to know how to do it. We need an exercise. We need a framework to learn how to be more mindful. That's essentially what meditation is."

Lisa Lottie is an absolute icon within the hooping community. For the simple fact that she is legitimately amazing.
Lisa never imagined that when she grew up she would join the circus and succeed as a "hula hooping girl", but her life is all the more fulfilling and rich because of her dedication and passion to the craft.

Enjoy insight into the value of skilled play, with a highly skilled and respected professional.