I labeled this class as beginner, but I definitely think having a solid grasp of basic isolations and grip switches will be necessary. I want this class to be less rigid, more conceptual and open-ended. The goal is to teach a technique of adding clean folds to any wall plane isolation or isolation pattern. I will go over what I consider to be the difference between a hand spin and a fold and also introduce the concept of static isos vs rolling isos. To do this, I want to start with one hoop. First, I want to show my method of adding clean horizonal folds to rolling horizontal and diagonal isos, antispins, and extensions. Then how to add vertical folds to the same (antispin pattern and extension are a combination of both). Next, I want to explore static isos and adding folds to them. The most common use of this concept is with a move I've heard called Fishy-ing. Basically, it is just waving the hoop back and forth creating folds but when combined properly with rolling folds and another hoop it is mind melting! After exploring adding folds with one hoop and hopefully touching on both hands, I want to add a second and go through some of the same patterns as stated above, same time and same direction. Then I want to explore hybrid folding patterns- this is where we will really give our brains a work out! Combining all types of static and rolling isos with horizontal and vertical folds will be a blast, I want to make sure everyone has ample time to explore and see what comes naturally!