KaHulaHou ENewsletter - September 16, 2011

KaHulaHou: Pride On the Line
   KaHulaHou E-Newsletter   |   September 2011 : Volume 2

Get a Workout As You "Exercise" Your Vote at KaHulaHou 2011!

Is hula an art or a sport? While many would say that the dance is an art form, KaHulaHou founder and Kumu Hula Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu would argue that it can be a competitive sport as well, especially in the KaHulaHou battle arena. The contending teams are comprised of dancers who have endured long hours of physical training to bring them to their performance peak.

As an audience member at KaHulaHou, you'll get a "workout" from the heart-pounding entertainment as each team of dancers competes to win your vote. Only two weeks remain to this year's KaHulaHou spectacular! Some sections of the battle arena are already sold out, but you can still get good seats if you grab your tickets today. Call 510-214-5742 or email tickets@kahulahou.com for information about rates for groups of 10 or more.


October 1, 2011
Location: San Mateo County Event Center
Tickets: $25-$75; group rates available for 10 or more. Call 510-214-5742 or tickets@kahulahou.com for information.


The Academy of Hawaiian Arts Accepts the KaHulaHou Challenge!

The women of the Academy of Hawaiian Arts are learning what it takes to be KaHulaHou contenders. Under the stern eye of Kumu Hula (and Xtreme Hula Trainer!) Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu, the team is undergoing a strict regimen of aerobic exercise and physically demanding practice schedules in order to develop an entertaining repertoire for the KaHulaHou audience.

AHA's wahine have appeared at the Merrie Monarch Hula Competition in Hilo, Hawai'i, the Ia 'Oe E Ka La Festival in Pleasanton, California, and many other hula competitions. » Read more …

The Women of the Academy of Hawaiian Arts


Kumu Hula and KaHulaHou Founder Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu Speaks Out on KKUP

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you'll want to tune in to the Hawaiian Morning Show on KKUP 91.5FM today, September 16, beginning at 8:30am, when Kumu Mark Ho'omalu will be the special guest. Learn more about the origins, philosophy and future of KaHulaHou straight from the founder. If you miss this morning's broadcast, don't worry: Kumu Mark will be on the air again at the same time for the next two Fridays (September 23 and 30).


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