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listenN Podcast Interview 

by: Brian Gahan - February 19, 2019

"In this episode, I’m talking with Amy MacCutchan, Chief Hooper and fitness cheerleader at HooperSonic. I’ve always loved people that can connect playful joy, a love for movement, and a little magic into their life purposes. Amy MacCutchan has definitely done just that! From her first Hoop Jam to entertaining large groups with fire hoops and LED hoops, Amy explores the world of hooping and how it can cross age and cultural boundaries." - Running time 52:00

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Upper Beach resident follows her hoop dreams - Toronto.com 

by: Justin Skinner - April 11, 2018

"When Upper Beach resident Amy MacCutchan first heard about the concept of hula hoop classes, she was less than enthusiastic. Little did she know that a few short years later, she would be running classes of her own and performing at gigs across the city...." 

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East York club healthy and hooping - Toronto Observer 

by: Bobby Hristova - March 28, 2018

"Jams, like the one here at Dovercourt House, are less structured than classes — more of a freestyle practice hour than a formal lesson. I grabbed my hoop and started working on some tosses. After 10 minutes, I was sweating. I took a break to chat with MacCutchan, who also owns HooperSonic, a hula hoop dance and fitness company. MacCutchan explained that jams are a huge part of the hoop community. She describes them as “safe and judgment-free spaces” for hoopers to practice, learn and hang out..." 

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Hula-hoop jams give adults space to play - Toronto Star 

by: Tracey Pumphrey - October 19, 2015

"Jams, like the one here at Dovercourt House, are less structured than classes — more of a freestyle practice hour than a formal lesson. I grabbed my hoop and started working on some tosses. After 10 minutes, I was sweating. I took a break to chat with MacCutchan, who also owns HooperSonic, a hula hoop dance and fitness company. MacCutchan explained that jams are a huge part of the hoop community. She describes them as “safe and judgment-free spaces” for hoopers to practice, learn and hang out..." 

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Amy MacCutchan’s Impressive Hooping Debut - Hooping.org

by: Caitlyn Woods - February 25, 2015

Amy MacCutchan of Hoopersonic makes a powerful hooping.org debut with her freestyle hoop dance on the streets of Toronto. She’s been hooping for 5 years and has managed to capture not only the energy and hustle or her own beaming personality through her hooping, but the vibrancy of Toronto with the skate boarders, urban art and cityscape she’s dancing in. Watch the space light up with a whole new vibe when Amy lights up for some fire hooping in the second half too. Amy lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

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