HoopBunny Thanksgiving Hula Hoop Giveaway

IMG_2093There was such an amazing response to my last hula hoop giveaway that I’d like to do it again! Thank you again to everyone who entered the last giveaway, I loved watching all the new hoop tutorials and learning new tricks. I am thankful for all of you who support HoopBunny Hoops and the hooping community! ❤

In honor of Thanksgiving coming up, I want to know what YOU are thankful for! For this giveaway I would like you hoopers to tell me the reasons why you are thankful for discovering the beautiful art of hooping and you could be chosen at random to receive a custom HoopBunny Hula Hoop of your choice! I will be accepting entries for the giveaway from now until 11/27/13 at 11:59 pm, there is no limit on the number of entries per person.

You can enter the giveaway in the following ways:

1. Post a reason you are thankful you discovered hooping to the comments below this post or to the HoopBunny Facebook page.

2. LIKE HoopBunny on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HoopBunny
(Let me know you LIKE HoopBunny in the Comments below!)

3. SHARE the HoopBunny giveaway on your Facebook Page.
(Make sure to tag the HoopBunny page in your status update and let me know in the comments!)

4. Follow @HoopBunny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HoopBunny
(Let me know you follow @HoopBunny in the comments below!)

5. Tweet the HoopBunny giveaway to your followers on Twitter.
(Make sure to mention @HoopBunny in your giveaway tweet!)

**Post additional reasons you are thankful for hooping, share, & tweet each day to increase your chance of winning!**

Posted on November 14, 2013, in HoopBunny Hoops and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. I posted this on my FB entry as well:
    I got into hooping after spending a week in the hospital for a bladder infection this past summer. It was like my reward for surviving that awful week. I am definitely an outdoors person and being cooped up in a hospital bed for an entire week of the summer was torture. Hooping sparked my interest when I saw a girl hooping at my first Bassnectar show a few years ago. I had been wanting one but it wasn’t in the immediate radar until I moved into my current house with a great yard and shortly after discovered a store here in Auburn where the owner made them.
    It was honestly one of the best purchases I’ve ever made. After a long day of classes and sitting behind a computer, there is honestly nothing I would rather do than go outside and play some good music and just vibe for a while. The rotational flow is so graceful and beautiful it reminds me of how the planets orbit around the sun in natural harmony. Thinking about how rotational forces and momentum keep the hoop circling around me makes me feel connected to energy of nature as well as myself:)

  2. Yay, I love a giveaway, I just gushed about Hooping on my blog actually, so I’ll quote that directly: “Hooping has created a safe and quiet space in my workout that creates a ray of light even on my roughest days. There is something so meditative about being stuck in a circle and creating expression through movement. A sense of prideful accomplishment with new tricks and a larger drive to keep trying when it didn’t pan out. There’s always something new to learn and what’s more exciting is someone new to learn from.”
    You’ve also been retweeted (@katconkell) and shared on FB with my friends and in our local hoopers group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/249642318408406/).

    Happy Hooping!


  3. I follow on twitter, retweeted twice, liked and shared on Facebook! 🙂 And I will continue to share and retweet! Thanks so much!

  4. I shared on FB 😀

    I am so lucky to have found hooping. When I first saw a beautiful woman hooping at a festival; it had this impact on me that I didn’t realize it could. I immediately went to the store and bought one myself and hooped for hours straight until I had bruises. I couldn’t believe the feeling it gave me. It was at a time when I was giving up on myself. I was so tired with life and the people in it. I was done. Then my friend brought me to that festival and ever since my first hoop (which I still have, 5 years ago), I’ve been hooping ever since. It made me feel invincible. It made me feel beautiful. It made me smile. I couldn’t believe something that was made out of tubing and colorful tape could have such an impact on my life. But here I am now, making hoops, teaching others, expanding my skill, etc. I could not be more grateful to have found something that made me feel alive. Thanks to that beautiful woman who I never asked her name (Bella Festival, Harmony Park ’08) for showing me how to be free.

  5. i follow hoopbunny on twitter + liked the fanpage and shared the post! :)) -sea_bearz

  6. my reason for enjoying hooping is it is such a stress reliever, and its one way of escapism!

  7. This is awesome! Thanks for doing such a cool giveaway; your hoops are beautiful. I followed you on Twitter as well @HoopBunny & liked your page on FB. ;o)

    I started hula hooping after I became determined to get that damn hoop to go around my hips more than three times before deafeningly hitting the ground. I was actually at a retirement party, oddly enough. I took a hula hoop home with me and after an hour or so, I was able to keep that hoop spinning for a loooong time. Then, I practiced the opposite way, then put a lil spin in and kept building from there.

    Why do I like to hula? Because it’s an excellent ab workout, it makes me feel sexy and it’s a ton of fun blasting music and hooping to a good beat. It’s also a great party trick. ;o)

    Best of luck to everyone!

  8. There are many reasons I am thankful for hooping; I have only been hooping three months and I am so glad that I have found a hobby that I love so much and that is so good for me. Hooping releases my stress and anxiety and gives me a physical high, it’s a very zen experience. With learning new tricks however, is a whole range of emotions and I am thankful I have practiced so much and improved as much as I had. My boyfriend and I were at the Allman Brothers Band concert and I was playing with my hoop. A few people were asking me if I could come and hoop for their daughter who was fascinated by the hoop. It was very humbling showing off and to knowing I wasn’t yet as good as I could have been, or am now, but I just flowed and have been hooping ever since. I’m thankful its given me so many positive memories, and kept me strong throughout the negativity.

    I liked liked you on Facebook, shared the status and tagged you, followed you on twitter and tweeted at you. Happy there are still people who want to give and spread love, (+) positive vibes.


  9. whats not to love about hooping? it centers me, its great exercise, it humbles me while also boosting my confidence in myself, it has led me to many beautiful people/places and opportunities, and there is no joy like feeling yourself getting better at hooping. i love to perform but havent been able to be on stage in a year or so, so hooping is an excellent way to fill that void. but what i really love about hooping is that i think it applies to everything in life: finding your flow, making mistakes, colateral learning, letting go…etc etc :] i really hope i win i’ve been messing around with cheap target hoops for too long, i need a real one! :]

  10. I started hooping in 2010 and have basically felt great about my body ever since. I used to always worry about my stomach and how it looked. Now I know my stomach is one of the strongest, sexiest parts of me. Very thankful!

  11. I’m thankful that I found hooping because it has blessed me not only a great community of fellow hoopers, but a small group of people who I’ve grown very close to. Hula hooping has kept me in shape, saved me from many awkward conversations, shown me how to truly appreciate music, and brought me many new friends and adventures. This is something that I will keep in my life for many years to come.

  12. Thank you for doing what you do HoopBunny ❤

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