Kekaiulu Hula Studio: Torrance, Ca. Palm Springs, Ca. Honolulu, Hawai'i Kanagawa, Japan
Founded in September of 2005, Kekaiulu Hula Studio has brought to the South Bay area a piece of Hawaii to the California shores. "Moku" as he is fondly called, acquired his Hula foundation from reputable Hula teachers such as : Sissy Lilinoe Ka'io of California, Frank Palani Kahala of O'ahu, Kimo Keaulana Alama and the late Uncle George Kananiokeakua Holokai. His goal here in Southern California is to help the Hawaiian community and the community at large to learn a deeper part of not only the art form of the Hula but learn of Hawaii's rich culture that Hula comes from.
Not only do students learn Hula, with it comes along Hawaiian language lessons, Arts and Crafts, from making leis to hand printing and sewing their own costumes.
There are classes for all age groups: Children, both Boys and Girls from ages 5-12, Men and women ages 13-55 and Seniors ages 55 and up. There are Beginners, Intermediate and Advance classes available.
There are several Kekaiulu Hula Studio's you can attend: Main Branch: Torrance, Ca. Kailihi-Palama in Honolulu, Hawai'i, Kanagawa, Japan and proud to announce a new Hula class just opened in Palm Springs, Ca.