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Healing Hula

 

Kumu Kaipo shares the essence of old Hawai'i

in San Antonio, Texas

 

3147 Nacogdoches Road, San Antonio, TX  78217

Cell: (808) 690-4191

Aloha! 

The mission of Healing Hulaョ is to share the essence of old Hawai'i with as many people as possible. 

Kumu Hula Kaipo is always excited and enthusiastic to share Hula, the artful storytelling with the dance form of old Hawai'i.  Kumu gently weaves the healing principles of hula and chanting that were taught to her by her Kupuna (Ancestors) .  She accomplishes this in an unassuming manner during class sessions through hula fundamentals and unique choreography and vibrant use of the leo (voice).  Kumu Hula Kaipo also takes great joy when conveying the story and/or mana'o behind the mele hula and mele oli. 

Music and laughter, which are huge components in Healing Hula's program, are ever present during class sessions whether learning the modern hula, ancient hula or chanting.

Come...join us.  Come become a part of Hawai'i'...

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STUDIO'S LOCATION:  3147 Nacogdoches Road, San Antonio, TX  78217

We are located in the MacArthur Plaza next to MacArthur High School.  The studio is next to the Dollar Tree store.

Cell:  (808) 690-4191

Email:  HealingHulaAndChanting@gmail.com

CLASS SCHEDULE

Registration is now being accepted for all classes beginning in August.  Contact us via email (HealingHulaAndChanting@gmail.com or cell (808.690.4191).

 

SATURDAY

 

CATEGORY TIME   COURSE DESCRIPTION/REQUIREMENTS
Keiki & Me

11:45 - 12:30 pm

  Children & adult guardians will be learning together about hula and cultural aspects of old Hawai段.
Hula Fundamentals

12:45 - 1:30 pm

  Students are introduced to hula protocols and basic hula fundamentals.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.
Hula - Basic & Gentle

12:45 - 1:30 pm

  Students continue to work on developing proficiency of hula basics and hula fundamentals.  Ancient hula and modern hula, containing gentle choreography, are taught.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.
Hula - Progressive

10:00 - 11:30 am

  Students continue progressively to develop enhanced hula fundamentals.  Classes are fast-paced.  Ancient hula and modern hula, containing complex choreography, are taught.  Dancing with implements is introduced.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.  Material taught in this class may or may not be taught in other Hula Progressive sessions.
Kane Hula Papa 11:45 - 12:30 pm   Students are introduced to hula protocols.  Drills for proficiency are incorporated as the students are introduced to basic hula fundamentals.  Ancient hula and modern hula, containing Kane stylization, are taught.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.
Ho'opa'a - Fundamentals 1:45 - 2:30 pm   Students are introduced to basic drumming patterns of the Hawaiian gourd (ipu/ipuheke).  Students also have the option to learn simple chanting techniques.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.
Ho'opa'a - Basic & Gentle 1:45 - 2:30 pm  

Students continue to work on developing proficiency of drumming patterns of the Hawaiian gourd (ipu/ipuheke).  Students are encouraged to learn chanting techniques.  Chants appropriate for this class are taught.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.

Ho'opa'a - Progressive 9:00 - 9:45 am   Students continue progressively to develop enhanced drumming of the Hawaiian gourd (ipu/ipuheke) and chanting technique.  Proficiency of more complex mele is required to enable the student to accompany the hula dancer (ʻōlapa).  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.

 

WEDNESDAY

 

CATEGORY TIME   COURSE DESCRIPTION/REQUIREMENTS
Hula - Progressive 10:30 11:45 am   Students continue progressively to develop enhanced hula fundamentals.  Classes are fast-paced.  Ancient hula and modern hula, containing complex choreography, are taught.  Dancing with implements is introduced.  Cultural aspects of old Hawai段 are shared.  Material taught in this class may or may not be taught in other Hula Progressive sessions.

 

CHARGES

 

$50.00 for first category (4 weekly classes per month)

$45.00 for each additional category (4 weekly classes per month)

No roll-overs

 

Other Options:

$15.00 per Single (Group) Class session

$25.00 per hour (and any fraction thereof) for each Private Class with Alaka'i

 

Payment due no later than the 5th of each month

$5.00 late fee for each late payment

 

 

Registration is handled by contacting:

Kumu Kaipo Kalua
Cell:  (808) 690-4191
Email: 
HealingHulaAndChanting@gmail.com

ATTIRE for class:  Wear comfortable clothing.  For women, please bring a pāū skirt if you have one.  In consideration of others, please do not wear any kind of fragrances or cologne during class sessions. 
 

PARKING: There is free parking fronting the dance school. 

WATER:  Water in a non-breakable container with a secured cap is allowed in the training area.  Please, no food and/or other beverages in the training area. 

REGISTRATION
:  It's simple.  Step 1 - contact us at:  HealingHulaAndChanting@gmail.com, or (808) 690-4191.  Step 2 - on the first day of your class,  arrive 15 minutes early to complete paperwork.  Step 3 - Join in and enjoy.

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