"The Hawaiian legacy, connecting to the sacred through story and human form, is beauty in motion. What a unique gift in being able to share such interpretation of Love through and with the body."
Bold Life Magazine
(a correction in the article: Ho'oponopono is not Hula.  It is one of the most ancient values and practices in the Hawaiian culture to bring peaceful resolution to conflict within the family and between individuals.)  

The Hawaiian Indigenous Way of the Heart

Helping us to Nourish and Heal our Relationships with our Heart, Mind & Spirit, the Human Family and the Sacred Land

Hawaiian Cultural Awareness Educational Programs for Children
Healing with Hula for Women
Presentations and Classes

Halau Hula Pu'uwai O Aloha and the Hawaiian Cultural Awareness Education Program came out of my own personal journey.  In looking for answers to the challenges I was experiencing, especially as a woman and why I was here; I found myself drawn in the late 80's to this ancient way of living - the Aloha Spirit.  I especially connected to  how healing Hula is, with how it helped my body, mind and  spirit to heal from physical and emotional traumas.  I felt I had come home. and it has helped me since then in continuing to move through some very hard times - those dark nights of the soul - and in how I live my life on a daily basis.  I feel so honored with all that my teachers have shared with me from this beautiful and rich culture and that I now have the opportunity to  pass on to other women to help them to heal.  And my kuleana (my responsibility) is  also to"pay forward" what was shared with me to help those here on the mainland to have a better understanding and knowledge of who the Hawaiian people are as the indigenous, original people of Hawai'i and how they are still "Living the Aloha Spirit" and doing everything they can to keep their culture alive and well.   

Aloha Nui! 
Kaleonahenaheonalani (Kaleo) Wheeler

An Introductory Healing with Hula Workshop

Part of the Upstate International Fun on A Global Scale Month of March Event

Saturday, March 30, 2018
10:30am - 12:30pm       

Fee: Special UI Fee
Early Registrstion through March 27: $20; after March 27: $30

space is limited so early registration is encouraged 

Sharing Ka Wai Lehua
a Hula about the Cycles of Life

At the Upstate International
9 S. Memminger street 
in Greenville SC


 New Beginning Weekly Classes in Spartanburg SC
Monday evenings  6:15p to 7:45pm 
Wednesday mornings    10:30am until 12noon

at the River House st the Glendale Shoals in East Spartanburg

1st Introductory class: $15
Monthly Fee: $90, includes four 1 1/2 hour classes, words, music,  a practice video and an opportunity to become a member of the Halau Hula Pu’uwai o Aloha ‘Ohana (family) which includes a private Facebook group  

Discounts for seniors and students available

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