The proper procedures, etiquette, processes and well-being of the hula practitioner is shared
through the teaching experiences of NĀ PONOHULA. For 2-1/2 days participants will have the
opportunity to take part in hands-on instruction with a featured master artist. Participants will
also learn a chant or hula that is associated with the art form that they choose to study.
Participants will participate in a Hōʻike to demonstrate their learning experience.
The Nā Ponohula selections will be made available in Early 2018. There is a separate
registration fee for this unique learning opportunity. The dates for Nā Ponohula workshops are
June 14, 15 & 16. The Hōʻike will be on June 17 immediately following the ʻAha Wehena,