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Ka Pi'o O Ke Anuenue is a hula school whose mission is to explore through hula what unites us in a universal vision and expression of aloha. Ka P'io O Ke Anuenue, "the arch of the rainbow", represents the bridging of cultures and time, honoring tradition while moving forward (imua) with hula as a living art form that evolves and grows as we do. Students learn about the history, spirituality, legends, and cultural values of Hawai'i while learning kahiko (ancient) and 'auana (modern) hulas. Classes are taught in a supportive and encouraging environment, with an emphasis on cultivating qualities of aloha.
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At 10:55am on June 21, 2010, Kaine'e Pearson said…
Enjoyed last weekend very much...thank you for putting together a wonderful experience with a beautiful spirit. Not only was it memorable it was inspiring.

Aloha Nui Loa,

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