Ka Hale Hula O Pilialohaokalani O Hilo

Hula Classes

What is taught…

Kuhi no ka lima, hele no ka maka.

Hula is a lifestyle.  It is the understanding, enjoyment and appreciation for Hawaiian culture in language, medicine, science, art, crafts, philosophy and religion.  Hula is an expression of prose and poetry, a dramatization and immortalization of the Hawaiian aho (lifeline), in which the aka ‘uhane (spiritual essence) is always given recognition.

If you share a passion for all things Hawai’i  join us and experience traditional Hawaiian dance and culture.
 
  
Minimum age:  7 years old (with parental participation). 
Maximum age:  None! 
 
Contact us for class information and details

If you are a first time student who would like to attend a class you must preregister.  For information and registration please contact:
Carole Puanani Ching
phone: (916) 834-0887
email:  grassvalleyhula@gmail.com

Hula Class Schedule for 2018-2019:

Classes are held on Saturday with an optional short workshop the following Sunday morning.

August  1 – See us at the Fair!

       August 18 – Open to new students

September 8  – See us at Celebrate Aloha!  

October 6 – Open to new students

        November 3 – Open to new students

December 1 – Merry Christmas!

2019

January 12 – Open to new students

February 9 – Open to new students

March 16 – Open to new students

April 13 – Open to new students

May 18 – Open to new students

June 15 – Open to new students

In Oxnard/Simi Valley area:

Maxine “Macky” Wright at 805-385-9049

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  1. Aloha, I saw your halau perform at Ho’olaule’a on Sunday – very nice! I wasn’t close enough to see if the ti leaf skirts worn by the keiki were real – were they? Your little kane keiki was adorable and he could do some of the moves well!!

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