Marawa captivated our attention as the ultimate one-woman show – she gyrates and dances in hoops and custom-made high-heeled skates, sometimes together at the same time! She’s smashing records and collecting 11 Guinness World Records for herself, including the feat of spinning 160 hula hoops at once, as if they’re no big deal. Full of life and ambition, this Australian native empowered herself to take her traditional circus training and is modernizing it through the fashion, music, fitness and beauty lens with mesmerizing and body-toning endeavors that are all equally impressive. She is full of life and so is her schedule. In addition to traveling globally to perform and collaborate on projects that have built her career as “Marawa The Amazing,” she stands firmly at the center of multiple endeavors that spin around her – from the Majorettes, her gorgeous troupe of hoopers, to her funky merch and custom hoops shop called The Hoopermarket, to now Hooptone, her studio class series to give us that cardio and waist-toning workout (available only in the UK at the moment, but we know it will make its way across the pond soon!). Oh, and can we forget! She is the published author of the The Girl Guide, an expert account of how to love your forever-changing body for tweens. Positive, gorgeous (majorly crushing on her head of perfectly bouncy curls), and beyond talent, it goes without saying that Marawa is nothing short of Amazing.
I have not worked a 9-5 since I was 20 and even that didn’t last very long… I have lived full time from hula hooping since I finished college – doesn’t mean I work any less ! just that the hours are different.
booking my first tour with a show – it meant being on the road for 6 months a year after that but thats what I had wanted so it was great.
good conditioner for my hair – its the one thing that can really be a disaster to forget – everything else, clothes, shoes, moisturiser – you can usually find on the road.