Hawaiian Hula Class
Hula is a way of life in Hawaii – a celebration, a moving meditation, an expression of gratitude for the Earth, its living residents and Spirit ancestors. Join Alice Hibberd to experience hula as a dance of gratitude, learning how basic hand and body movements express a tale of the Earth, Sea and Spirit. Classes are offered with cultural integrity, practicing simple Hawaiian chant or song and studying the story and kaona (spiritual meaning) of each hula. Classes help to instill within students the true essence of the Hawaiian Hula as a sacred prayer. Wear comfortable clothing. Hula pa’u (skirts) provided for class time.
Alice has been a haumana (student) of the hula with Kumu Hula (master teachers) Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Keala Ching and more recently Leia Lawrence when living on Hawai’i Island in 2017. She first studied hula and several other dance styles as a young child. She has studied over 35 forms of dance and has taught Creative Movement, Zydeco and Waltz in addition to Hawaiian Hula. For her, dance is a universal language of creative expression.
Island Soul Studio
FREE Intro Class Tuesday September 25th
Class Series Begins Tuesday October 9th
Teen & Adult Women
$45 per month (4 classes) or $15 drop-in
Classes begin on Tuesday October 9th. Please register by calling Alice Hibberd at 360.298.2186 or emailing, firstname.lastname@example.org