Hawaiian Hula is an ancient and sacred form of expressing deepest feelings and connects the dancer with the divine. It carries a message about what the Hawaiians did, thought, lived and believed in. Without any written language, the Hula was seen as the history book for the Hawaiians. In the early days, a child was chosen to be a dancer and often lived with his teacher.

Hawaiian Hula is an ancient and sacred form of expressing deepest feelings and connects the dancer with the divine.

Hawaiian women performing hula dance during tribute to Pele, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Hawaiian women performing hula dance during tribute to Pele, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii. Original Hawaiian absolutely did not dress like this.

Hawaiian Hula Dancer (Like @ Hawaiian Inn in Daytona Beach we saw so many time growing up!)

Hula dancing has been around for many years now. In the Hawaiian language, the word Hula literally means, "dance." However, it's not known who actually performed the hula dance first, but it has.

Hawaiian painting of a hula girl. Very pretty! I think it's acrylics but I am not sure.

I love and miss Polynesian dancing.My instructor Kumu-Hula Leina'ala had a her own studio in Kailua, it was fun! Great total-body workout, doing hula dances both modern& ancient, Tahitian and Maori dances.

Aloha Girl By, Alika  . #hawaiirehab www.hawaiiislandrecovery.com

Tahitian dance - Tahiti, French Polynesia as much as i love seeing the women of Hawaii doing the Hula, women from Tahiti doing the OTEA, that's like great sex!

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