You can do vortex stops and then use the weight of the hoop to get you around the other direction. This is possible in all directions and en dehors/en dedans. While turning, you can either keep the hoop going on waist or chest or you can do a vortex. Feel free to experiment and tell me what you found out!
Chaîné is a turn where you do a half turn on each foot and go on and on. While turning you can either pass the hoop around your hips, do an isolated stall around your body or keep the hoop at one place on your body. You can even stall the hoop on one side of your body so that it lookes like it is glues to your chest or your back e.g. I work on keeping the hoop on my knees while turning chaîné. Really hard!
Troubleshooting: Turning (except sustained spinning) always means you have to fix one point on the wall and look at it as long as possible. It is very important for you so you don't get busy. If you fall while turning, make sure that you can stand in the position you want to turn comfortably on demi-point.
Have fun alternating!