As an interpretive art form, hula translates music into a language of the body, full of graceful body and hand movements depending on the choreography.

​Students are taught auana, kahiko, chants, values, protocols, leis making, as well as adornments. Celebrate the experiences of the Hawaiian people, islands and culture through hula. 

Malama Me Ke Aloha

Keiki Hula

Ages 3 to 6 years old.  Geared to beginning dancers.  Basic hula and hand motions are taught.

Kaikamahine Hula

Ages 7 to 12 years old. The focus is on developing strong hula basics and posture.

Hula Practice

No Classes Scheduled at this time 2/1/17

Wahine Hula     

Women -  (ages 13 years and older) All students should be comfortable with hula basics and techniques.  

Both forms of hula are taught, Kahiko and Auana attendance must be consistent and students must also be willing and available for performances.

Gracious Ladies - Tutu Wahine

Older women with past hula experience.