Students must have good skills in all the basic steps. Kahiko hula goes way back to the ancient dances of the Hawaiian people; it is done to chanting accompanied by the ipu-heke (gourd) or pahu drum.
Fee: $5.00 per class hour, payable on the first class day of each month. Fee entitles the student to stay for Open Practice.
Exactly what the name says – for two hours, a guided practice on any and all of the hula in the Hula Mai classes.
Wednesday Evenings at the Sonoma Woman’s Club, 574 First Street East. 6:00 beginning and 7:00 intermediate Hula.
Friday Mornings at the Sonoma Community Center 276 E Napa Street.
10:30 to 11:30 - Advanced Auana Hula 11:45 to 12:45 - Review or Learn some of the 40 or more hula that have been taught in Hula Mai over the past eight years.
For more information please call us at 707-938-9051
Karyl, Gail, Jill
Kimo and Sandy
Celina, Lynda MM
Donna, Summer Class
Donna, Fran, Steff, Carolyn, Linda Bal
Betty Ann Ka`ihilani Bruno
You can watch video of Hula Mai dancers by clickingHERE.
Here is a great keiki, (or childrens) hula. It's called "Sassy Little Myna Bird." If you've taken a class where Betty Ann taught this, you can click on the music to the right and practice at home. You can download it to your phone or tablet too.