Waist no time in
shaping your future Ė become part of the Hoola Nation fitness trend
you a sports enthusiast, existing fitness instructor, Hoola
Hooping-lover or simply want an exciting part-time career change? If
so, then Hoola Nation wants you.
Hoola Nation, an established fitness group running classes across
North Wales and Chester, is looking to expand. It wants to offer its
fun and exciting Hoola Hooping classes to a wider catchment area and
is recruiting fitness instructors to join this fast-growing fitness
To become a Hoola Nation instructor, you need to complete an online
skills-based module and participate in a one-day training workshop.
The workshop concludes with an exam to ensure that all instructors
meet the necessary skill level required by Hoola Nation. The next
weekend of workshops are being held at Northgate Arena, Chester on
28 September and 29 September 2013. The online training and one-day
workshop costs £240 and potential instructors can select to focus on
training for adults or children.
Hoola Nation runs classes for
adults and children, promoting itself as providing a positive
environment, for those who want to feel good about themselves and
workout with a smile. Hoola Hooping is proven to be beneficial for
the core and works the waist area with visible results.
Sasha Kenney, founder of Hoola Nation commented:- ďHoola
Hooping really does work and itís great fun too. Not only does it
strengthen your core muscles and drops inches from the waist line,
it also makes you feel fit and healthy. You canít help but smile
whilst youíre playing with the hoop, bringing that feel good factor
we all love to the workout. I stand by the principle that a workout
with a smile is a workout worthwhile!Ē
Sasha Kenney herself has become a popular local icon and an
ambassador for womenís fitness. Her latest achievement has seen her
name in the 2013 Guinness Book of Records as running the fastest
marathon whilst hoola hooping after completing the 2012 London
Marathon in just 5 hours and 5 minutes, breaking the previous record
of 6 hours.
Hoola Hooping is taking the UK by storm and itís fast becoming one
of the leading fitness classes, with celebrities including Davina
McCall, Beyonce and Kelly Osbourne all boasting Hoola Hooping as
their workout of choice.
If you are interested in becoming a Hoola Hooping instructor,
contact Sasha Kenney on email:-
email@example.com to find out more and join in
For all editorial enquiries please
contact Sian Edwards at:-
firstname.lastname@example.org or call:- 01978 660806.
Explorer Has Fun-Filled Adventures Across Merseyside
EVERYONE'S favourite little
explorer has embarked on a fun-filled 2 days of Merseyside and gave
fans a huge treat with a number of meet and greets and personal
Dora took time out of her busy schedule ahead of her highly
anticipated show Dora the Explorer Live:- Search for the City of
Lost Toys, at Liverpool Empire Theatre, between Friday, 12 July ro
Sunday, 14 July 2013, to go on a new adventure exploring some of the
regionís top sights and attractions.
Dora at Claire HouseDoraís first stop was to surprise the children
at Claire House Childrenís Hospice. Claire House is based on the
Wirral and offers respite, care and support for children and young
adults with complex medical conditions and their families. Their
incredible work provides a happy and supportive environment with
laughter, positivity and care at their core. Dora was delighted to
meet the children their and her visit certainly lifted the spirits
and left everyone with a smile on their face
Dora in Liverpool ONENext up was to Liverpoolís popular retail
destination Liverpool ONE. Dora enjoyed seeing the vast array of
shops the city had to offer and gave visitors an unexpected treat as
she mingled with shoppers, stopping for photos with all her fans.
Dora ended her sight-seeing excursion last Friday with a wild safari
adventure, meeting all of the animals and exploring Knowsley Safari.
Dora learnt all about the conservation work undertaken to protect
the many species and enjoyed an up close experience feeding Rigsby
KSPDORA KSP ELEPHANTS; The
adventure isnít over for fans, if you missed her last week donít
panic! Dora will be returning to Merseyside at the Liverpool Empire
Theatre from 12 July to 14 July 2013, with a LIVE musical adventure
in Nickelodeonís Dora the Explorer LIVE! Search for the City of Lost
Dora the Explorer has lost her teddy bear, and the search is on to
retrieve him! With the help of the audience, Map, Backpack, Boots,
Diego and their courageous friends, Dora uses her map-reading,
counting, musical and language skills to successfully pass through
the number pyramid and the mixed-up jungle to reach the City of Lost
Toys. But watch out; you never know what that sneaky fox Swiper
might be up to along the way!
Nickelodeonís Dora the Explorer
LIVE! Search for the City of Lost Toys has delighted more than 2
million people all over the world, and now itís time for Dora the
Explorer fans in Liverpool to enjoy this 2 act, song and dance
spectacular that invites them to think, sing and play along.
For more information please visit:-
all the details!