Ka Lehua I Milia Hula Halau
Ka Lehua I Milia Hula Halau (the mist of the lehua school of dance) is led by kumu hula (dance teacher) Myriam Valenzuela who is well known for her passion and knowledge about the Hawaiian Culture.
A traditional halau where kahiko (ancient) and auana (modern) are taught with the purpose of inspiring a lifetime journey and sustain the traditions of Hawaiian Culture.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced dancer, Ka Lehua I Milia Hula Halau will help you develop as a dancer and take your hula skills to the next level.
New haumana (students) always welcome.
Beginner Adult Hula: Mondays 7:00-8:00pm (Min. age 13) No previous experience necessary. May join at anytime.
Beginner/Intermediate Adult Hula: Thursdays 10:00-11:00am (Min. age 13) You may join at anytime, however, be advised that you will have to work a bit harder at the beginning to catch up with the group, but you will always have the support of the kumu to assist you.
Intermediate Adult Hula: Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm (Min. age 13) To join the intermediate class, you must at least have one year of experience at a hula halau and have good foundations of footwork and cultural protocol. Email us to set up a time to audition with the kumu. Please do not be nervous, but understand that in order to be able to gain something from this class you must start with a certain level of acquired grace and knowledge.
Uniform: Traditional pa'u (hula skirt) and halau shirt $70+tax (must be purchased at our halau)
Performances: Arizona aloha fest, Annual Recital & Arizona Dragon Boat festival