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  • Golden Drum 97 Green Street, G1 Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Hula Kahiko is ancient hula, which is the art of telling a story of our culture, and history of the Hawaiian people, kings and queens, God's and Goddesses, nature, Journeys, sacred places, etc. with much love. The hands and expressions are telling the story, while the feet keep the beat with the drum, and grounding foundation of the story.

Participants will be able to learn Hula from Ehulani Stephany who is a Kumu Hula, a teacher of Hula and a Ali'i Kahuna Nui(high priestess).

This class is by donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Kuma Hula Ali’Kahuna Nui Ehulani

My name is Ehulani Stephany, I am Kumu Hula (teacher of hula), Ali'i Kahuna Nui(high priestess). The name of my Halau(school) is; Halau Hula Ka Makani Hali 'Ala O Puna, which means; "The Returning Fragrant Wind of Puna" I have been teaching hula since 1991, and was blessed to studied under 14 different kumu hula, and numerous Hawaiian practioners, and na kahuna nui(high priest's). I developed my own style of hula by combining the styles, mana'o(thoughts), information, traditions, and protocol of all my na kumu(teachers). Sharing the rich and deep learning of the Hawaiian culture, along with the feeling of the true ALOHA SPIRIT.