Powerhoop NZ are offering online Instructor courses so you can study in your own time to run your own Powerhoop Business (with help and guidance from Amy). Become a fully qualified Powerhoop Instructor, walk out inspired, and equipped with the knowledge and skills required to teach exercise to music, and all of the tools you’ll need to run your very own successful Powerhoop business!
Powerhoop Instructors Change Lives
Your class members will be inspired, motivated and thrilled with their results. Over 1000 European instructors are teaching high-demand Powerhoop classes; Join the ‘Powerhoop Revolution’, have a blast and take your career to the next level.
Powerhoop NZ works with you to fill your classes (although, the unique and fun nature of this exercise will ensure your classes are packed!). You’ll have access to marketing materials so you can promote your classes with Powerhoop’s globally recognised branding. Once your classes are up and running, you can link to the Powerhoop NZ website, ensuring all of your potential clients know there are classes in your area.
Instructors that have introduced these very popular classes have had to significantly increase classes, due to the demand from customers and coverage in local and national media.
The Powerhoop Workout is a structured, group exercise, based on sound fitness principles. During the class, the patented Powerhoop Deluxe is used as a resistance tool for stretching, strengthening and aerobic training.
The Powerhoop Workout incorporates dance, Pilates, yoga, aerobics and stretching exercises based on sound fitness principles. Groups in structured hooping classes use the patented Powerhoop Deluxe as a resistance tool for stretching, strengthening and aerobic training. As you can imagine, this exciting approach has grabbed the imagination and hearts of people looking for fun as well as fitness, and Powerhooping has been adopted by gyms and fitness trainers around the world.
The demand for Powerhoop Instructors is high. There are over 800 certified instructors in the UK, a further 600 plus worldwide, and many more currently completing training.
In New Zealand, 28 trained instructors currently run 45 weekly classes in 10 communities.