Basic Healing with Hula Class

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The River House at the Glendale Shoals, East Spartanburg SC

Healing with Hula

Helping Women Restore Your Heart & Spirit

Hula is something that needs to be experienced in order to be appreciated. Reading or hearing words about it … is just that…words. Experiencing it brings that feeling of joy and well being within you.

“I love how hula makes me relaxed and at peace....It builds body confidence without changing a thing about you...I feel indescribably beautiful in a wholesome, natural way."

No former dance experience is necessary. The movements are graceful and flowing.

It it is structured in a way that enhances the sense of balance and harmony. It is a low-impact exercise, wonderful especially for the hips, legs, knees and arms.
It helps develop coordination, flexibility, self-confidence and good health Anyone can do hula

Hula touches hearts as well as minds, and it fills the soul and pleases the eyes. It is loved worldwide because it is a celebration of beauty, of people, of the land; of nature with its winds, soft rains, waterfalls and surf. Learning Hula is great fun; and when you acquire even just a little skill, it allows you to fully experience your connection with your own Inner Essence and Creativity.

E Komo Mai - Come and Experience Hula

1st Introductory Session is Complimentary Monthly package: $90 includes Four 1 1/2 classes, words, translation, mp3 and a video recording of what is learned in each class

Discounts for students and seniors available Address and directions given upon registration

Hula Instructor: Kaleo Wheeler

Kalao is not Hawaiian and does not claim to be. She is a Haole (a non-Hawaiian westerner) who has spent the last 30 years studying indigenous cultures, especially the Hawaiian. Kaleo also does not claim to be an expert of the Hawaiian culture, but what she has learned has given her a clearer understanding of purpose, peace and what love is - what we all are looking for and what is the embodiment and foundation of the Hawaiian tradition. She believes that she can bring this same transformation and a knowledge, respect and understanding of the Hawaiian culture to other non-Hawaiians, as she is doing in bringing Hula to Greenville. She also has a non-traditional school of Hula in Spartanburg, where she currently lives.

Bless the Present-Trust Yourself-Expect the Best