Hula and Ori Instruction

and Entertainment

We teach Hula Basics, Kahiko (Ancient Traditional) and
 'Auana (Modern) accompanied by music, live or CD. 
We also educate in hula protocols and practices significant to our hula including oli.  
Our style of hula stems along the lineage of our Kumu Blaine Kamalani Kia along of our lineage of Loea Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, the Late Kumu John Kaimikaua and the late Kumu Darrell Lupenui. 
 Hula Pa'u and Black Tshirt is required for class and  hair in a low bun.
We teach Ori Tahiti Basics and Foundation, along with Ote'a, Aparima, Ahuroa and drumming.  Our drumming style stems from the tutolage of Kumu Antz Waipa Manaois of Ote'a Api.  Kumu Antz, his siblings and Nt Nalua have been there from our start and will always be in our hearts.
We don't claim to have the best drumming, simple and drive the way we've been taught. 
This year we presented our drumming at Heiva SD and the judges were impressed. 
Kanoelani is the Ra'atira of our Pupu ori and for drumming.  She collaborates with her hanai sister, Nani Venessa Wong-Simbre whom has been a big part of Hiva Nui, we love you Nani for your unconditional support.
Burgundy pareo black tank top/tshirt is required for this class .
Drummer's are welcome to join our halau, we require though that you have your own to'ere if you have one and have your own ra'au.

Halau Class Schedule :

Wednesday Evenings:
Kamali'i/Tamari'i: Hula Basics and Ori Basics  6:30 p.m. -7:45 p.m.
Combined Hula and Oli                                     6:30 p.m.  -7:45 p.m.
Combined Ori Tahiti                                         7:45 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Halau Location:  Stockton Rod and Gun Club Ballroom
                          3120 Mt. Diablo Avenue, Stkn, Ca. 95204
                          Parking is allowed on street and parking lot across ballroom

We are available for entertainment for our special event or occasion:
Contact us at (209) 462-HULA for quote
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