Want to know how to give a greeting in Hawaiian at any time of the day? Do you know what to say after "Aloha?"
How do you say the following in Hawaiian?
Good Morning - ALOHA KAKAHIAKA
Good Noontime - ALOHA AWAKEA
Good Afternoon - ALOHA ‘AUINALA
Good Evening - ALOHA AHIAHI
Want to learn Hawaii's version to "The Twelve Days of Christmas?" It's a simple and fun hula (just hands) to celebrate the Christmas season and maybe even try out at your upcoming Christmas party!! Anyone can do this hula. Check it out!
0:00 STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTION, NO MUSIC
7:41: HULA ALONG
11:02: MAHALO MESSAGE & HOW TO USE THIS HULA
"THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS" BY NA LEO https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-twelve-days-of-christmas-hawaiian-style/1312122398?i=1312125058
Do you know how that 'Happy New Year' in Hawaiian, is "Hau‘oli Makahiki Hou?"
Now this is just not a phrase that we use that's translated from English to Hawaiian - there's a much deeper meaning behind it that comes from the Hawaiians of old.
Do you know the tradition and meaning behind which side to wear your flower? If you are taken or married, a flower is worn on the same side as your wedding ring, the left. If you are available and want others to know it, you wear it on your right.
Want to learn a bit about the Hawaiian tradition of giving a lei and why a lei is worn? In this video, I will share how to correctly wear your lei and what types of flowers/leaves to use to make a lei.
Want to learn about the ipu & the ipu heke? In this video I will explain the differences of each, how to play and what types of hula each ipu goes with. I will also showcase the various sizes, tones and features of both the ipu and the ipu heke.
Do you know how hula dancers use the pu‘ili, also known as the bamboo sticks? Check out how to use, hold and pick the right hula implement for you.
Ready to learn about the feathered rattle hula implement called the uli‘uli? I'll be talking about the parts of this implement, how to shake, color & style options as well as caring for them.
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