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This list will show you where to teach hula hoop dance classes for kids.
If you’re familiar with my hoop teacher training program, you know that there are programs and places with budgets for hoop dance classes for kids. I show students exactly how to tap into these places by showing them the benefits of hiring you in my course.
Aquariums, art museums, after school programs, art events, arthritis camp, assisted living homes
Birthday Parties, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Birthday Party Rental Centers,
Children’s Museums, Churches, camps, Comic Con, community events, Circus Schools, Charity groups, craft fairs, Catholic Schools
Day Care Centers, dance studios, drama groups
Event planners, Entertainment companies
Farmer’s Markets, Film Premiers, festivals, fitness centers, fairy fest, flea markets, Festival of Lights (LED shows!),
Girl Scouts, Grand Openings, Gigsalad.com, gyms for kids, Gymnastics Centers,
Holiday parties & events & parades, Halloween events, Hospitals
Independent businesses (toy shops and other small biz), Immaculata Schools
Jewish community centers, Juvenile Arthritis Center, Jump Rope for Heart,
Kids sports groups,
Museums, Mom groups, Meetups for parents, Montessori Schools
National Endowment for the arts, Nickelodeon, nursing homes,
Other children’s party entertainment companies, Orphanages,
Preschools, parades, parties, PTO/PTA, playgroups, private schools, parents night out
Reading programs, Renaissance fair,
Schools, science centers, skating rinks, school newsletters, senior centers, summer camp
Talent agencies, theaters (indie),
Vacation Bible School, Vegetable Circus
Youth groups, yoga centers, YMCA
Now that you know where to teach, you might need some hula hoops.
Make them yourself with this free tutorial.
Not the crafty type? These are the hoops I used for all of my hula hoop parties and classes for kids: Pull Buoy 8003D Deluxe Hula Hoop Set, 36″ Size, Assorted Colors