Beach Walk 174 – Leave shyness at home.

In the Hawaiian dictionary at the end of the definitions for hula, is this fine message: leave shyness at home.

h3. About Today’s Show

Please join me and Lana tonight for our first ever hula lesson. Hula is an ancient Hawaiian tradition, and as such, there are many protocols associated with it. One is that the teachings of the hālau are private and not to be shared in public. You do get to enjoy the dancing however!

Here is the music of Kealiʻi Reichel.

Hawaiian words
Hālau: longhouse for canoes or hula
ʻĪlio: dog
Meli: honey
ʻaʻa i ka hula, waiho i ka hilahila i ka hale: Dare to hula, leave shyness at home

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Comments

  1. Angela "Quietwlf" Grimes says:

    Very nice hula dancing! I enjoyed seeing you and pals dancing.

  2. Let me hear a “woohoo” for hula-girls! 😀

  3. Mahalo! We are sewing our skirts but I have no idea where I am going to come up with long dark hair!

  4. Shirley Devine says:

    Thank you for sharing your dance experience. Your little tour and dance experience was a genuine delight to watch.