Hapa Mahina Hula is a Coastside hula group that performs hula and delivers the message of aloha. Our performance will include a chant, or oli’, and a variety of dances to Hawaiian music. We dance traditional ‘auana-style Hawaiian hula and we dress in traditional hula skirts called pa’u. We have been dancing hula on the Coastside for over 5 years, and the classes include students anywhere between the ages of 4 and 74!
Currently there are ongoing hula classes every Monday night through Half Moon Bay Recreation at the Ted Adcock Center. We dance for fun and fitness, with classes for beginners, as well as intermediate level, all while spreading aloha. There are classes just for children (keiki) as well as adult classes. Additionally, we will be offering hula camps during the summer for children and teens. If you’ve ever wanted to learn to dance the hula, this is the opportunity to do it!
Hapa Mahina Hula dancers will perform on the bluff, just south of Dunes Beach parking lot and just west of Sweetwood Group Campground.
Performance times: 10:50am and 12:45pm.