FAQ

FAQ

I’ve never danced hula before, is this for me?
Everyone is welcome to drop in to basics practice sessions.
If you’ve never seen or danced hula, or are just starting out, our beginners class does not require prior knowledge or experience and will help you build a solid foundation.

I’m a more experienced dancer, is there a class for that?
Yes! You can register for as many classes as you want, and our improvers class is where it’s at if you’re looking to progress and/or challenge yourself.

Is hula just for women?
No! Absolutely not, everyone is welcome. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Can kids take these classes?
At this time classes are not structured for kids and any children must be accompanied/supervised by a participating adult.
If you have children, a local group, or school that would like a child-friendly hula class, please get in touch.

What do I wear?
– PLAIN (ideally black) T-shirt or tank/vest/long sleeve top; no crops, bras, branding or bare backs/bellies
– Pāʻū (hula skirt): regulars wear royal blue pāʻū; new joiners or beginners can start with a sarong/pareu or a purchased or other hālau pāʻū
– If your pāʻū is open to one or both sides, wear leggings or shorts underneath
– If you have a sarong/pareu, make sure it is tied knee-length or longer and wear leggings or shorts underneath
– If you don’t have any of the above, leggings or joggers are fine; shorts are also OK but at least knee-length (e.g. board shorts) 
– Hair should be neat and ideally off the face (ponytail, bun, hairband etc.)
– Barefoot is standard; if you need to wear something on your feet make sure it is non-slip
– Please no fake lei or oversize hair accessories – especially not plastic (our oceans thank you 🧡)

CLASS SKIRTS (pāʻū)
Regular students wear plain royal blue pāʻū for class. You should make your own – please message beforehand for specifications – but I also offer to make for you, please message for details.

Any other questions?