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Our hula classes include instruction in 

HULA KAHIKO (ancient hula) and HULA ʻAUANA (modern hula).

*Foundations class is not a required to enroll in this class

 

7:30-8:30pm

MĀKUAHINE

• Women 35+ YRS
• Int/Advanced skill level

7:30-8:30pm

MĀKUAHINE

• Women 35+ YRS
• Int/Advanced skill level

Tuesdays

6:30-7:30pm

* FOUNDATIONS

• Women & Men 13+ yrs

• Learn basic footwork, names of steps, introductory ʻoli & protocol

** All students begin in this class until placed in a class by the discretion of the director

7:30-8:30pm

PAPA KOA

• Men 13+ yrs

• All skill levels

Wednesdays

5:15-6:15pm

* KEIKI FOUNDATIONS  

• Girls & boys 5-12 yrs

• Learn basic footwork, names of steps, introductory ʻoli & protocol

** All students begin in this class until placed in a class by the discretion of the director

6:30-7:30pm

PAPA ʻOHE 

• Boys 5-12 yrs

7:35-8:35pm

PAPA ʻAʻALIʻI

• Women 35+

or 

• Women 13+ Beg level

Thursdays

9:00-10:00am

PAPA KŪKUI  

• Women 55+ yrs

• All skill levels 

** Foundations class is not required to enroll in this class

6:15-7:15pm 

PAPA ʻILIMA

• Girls 5-12 yrs

7:30-8:30pm

PAPA MAILE

• Women 13-35

• Int/Adv skill level

FAQ'S

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO MY FIRST CLASS?

  • Wear a comfortable t-shirt and leggings/athletic shorts. Face covering are required at arrival and departure.

  • Bring a pāʻū (skirt) or pareo (sarong) if you have one. If you do not own a pāʻū or pareo, we will provide loaners until you are able to purchase one.

  • Bring a bottle of water, hand towel, and baby wipes (as we dance barefoot).

WHAT IS THE COST OF TUITION?

Please contact us directly for tuition rates. It is our belief that finances should not prohibit cultural learning, so tuition is kept at a reasonable rate. Discounts will apply for additional family members living in the same household.

Do you offer private classes?

Yes, we offer private one-on-one instruction at hourly or half-hour allotted time slots.

WHAT IF I AM AN EXPERIENCED DANCER?

Every school/hālau has a unique style and traditions. The foundations class is required for all new students to become accustomed to KHOI. As an experienced dancer you may progress more quickly and placed in a class sooner.

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