Caroline Sánchez is the founder of The Hula Hoop Girl, an Embodied Movement Meditation Practice that guides women to reconnect to their own natural born rhythm while feeling empowered to self-resource and self-express through the transformational power of body play. She has been an oncology nurse for over 10 years and holds a Masters of Science in Nursing Education (MSN), is a certified Breast Care Nurse, a Registered Hatha Yoga Teacher, a certified One Hoop One Love Elemental Hoop Dance Teacher, and a certified 5Elements Ecstatic Dance Facilitator. Caroline’s Masters Thesis “Hoop Dancing to Prevent and Decrease Burnout and Compassion Fatigue Among Nurses” has been published both in the Journal of Emergency Nursing and the University of California San Diego’s Nursing Journal. She works closely with women diagnosed with breast cancer, providing loving support and guidance throughout their surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation treatments.
Caroline’s ecstatic hoop dance flow has been described as mesmerizing, whimsical, and Graceful. Her life’s work as an Embodied Movement Meditation Educator and Nurse Educator is soulfully dedicated to guiding women to dance in the center of their joy through the exploration of their own rhythmic expression, while feeling empowered to share their uniqueness with the world.