Hula Dance

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Students who come to class happily make comments like “My posture has improved so much!” “My legs and back are stronger.” “Great for shaping up.”  Hula dance uses various hand movements and steps that center on the legs and back, while dancing to gentle music; a dance that reflects nature; full of emotion, so that not only strengthening the body, the heart becomes peaceful and calm.

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This class is recommended for persons who are dancing for the first time, and persons who have never exercised. The basic footwork, and the basic body movements are covered thoroughly.  Less concerned with choreography, this class is perfect for anyone who wants to sweat a bit, get the benefits of some dieting, while having a good time dancing to relaxing Hawaiian music. 



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

A step up from the introductory class, a variety of footwork and arm work is presented to challenge and with the background message of the song, the whole body is used to express the meaning. This class is recommended for the person who would like to dance in presentations and shows. 



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This class is for the dancer who has mastered the basics.  The dancer is challenged with the more difficult choreography of traditional hula (Kahiko), traditional Hawaiian musical instruments, and modern hula (Auana). Dances are blended with more radical and advanced choreography and is the class for those who participate in shows and demonstrations.  (Participation in an introductory or beginner class is a prerequisite to taking this class.)



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

This original MCS class uses tubes and dumbbells for muscle strengthening, stretching for flexibility, simple aerobic or fitness Tahitian dance for aerobic exercise; these three balanced exercises develop strength and endurance, build the muscles of the body and core that are necessary for dancing hula.



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

Learn footwork and arm work appropriate for children, along with a little Hawaiian culture and language, they learn complete polished dances full of expression and fun.  It is a delightful class that encourages the child to love Hawaiian dance and culture.



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

Practice for performing at institutions and events, culture festivals, shows, etc., this is a class for anyone who wants to participate, however, the participant must be a member of another regular class.

Lessons taught with individual guidance that draws out and maximizes the best of the dancer’s skills, imparts the know-how for ideal body movement so that a dancer can give the best performance.



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

An MCS instructor is sent to the private group (called a circle) to instruct. Currently, circles we instruct are in Rokunohe, Hashikami, Towada and Takko.



※Class fee may vary by location or the particular circle, so please inquire.

Hula Classes by Location

Misawa City (Main School)

Address: Aomori-ken, Misawa-shi, Shimokubo 57-149

Classes: Beginner Level, Basic Level, Intermediate/Advanced level, Keiki (Small Children), Keiki (School Age Children), Core Muscle, Performance Practice, Private Lessons

Hachinohe City (Nejo Community Center)

Address: Aomori-ken, Hachinohe-shi, Uruichi 4-7-6 Nejo Community Center 2nd Fl Main Hall

Classes: Beginner and Basic Level

Hachinohe City (Nakui Mart Studio)

Address: Aomori-ken, Hachinohe-shi, Shiroshita 4-9-2 Nakui Ribiyomato 3rd Fl Studio

Classes: Basic Level

Hachinohe City (East City Gymnasium)

Address: Aomori-ken, Hachinohe-shi, Minatotakadai 8-1-1 Hachinohe Taiikukan 2nd Fl

Classes: Beginner Level, Basic Level, Keiki (School Age Children)

Hachinohe City (Hacchi)

Address: Aomori-ken, Hachinohe-shi, Mikkamachi 11-1 Hachinohe Portal Museum  Hacchi 5th Fl

Classes: Beginner Level

Kuji City (Citizen’s Gymnasium)

Address: Iwate-ken, Kuji-shi, Shinnakanobashi Dai 4-chiwari 13-3

Classes: Beginner Level

Hula Circles Using MCS Instructors

Rokunohe Hula Circle (Aloha Hibari)

Address: Aomori-ken, Kamikita-gun, Rokunohe-machi, Inuotose-Maeyachi 61, Rokunohe-machi Shugyo Kaizen Center 2nd Fl Main Hall

Class: Beginner Level

Rise Hashikami Hula Circle

Address: Aomori-ken, Sannohe-gun, Hashikami-cho, Dobutsu Mimigahoi 31-3 Hashikamicho Akabonai Community Center

Class: Beginner Level

Towada Mokihana Hula Circle

Address: Aomori-ken, Towada-shi, Inaoicho 18-33 Citizen Exchange Plaza Toware

Class: Beginner Level

Takko Mokihana Hula Circle

Address: Aomori-ken, Sannohe-gun, Takko-machi, OazaTakko, Kashiwagita 169 TakkoChoritsu Chuo Community Center

Class: Beginner Level

0176-53-2891
Calls taken 9:00〜19:00

Q&A

Hula Dance

Q1. Can a person tryout a class?
A1. Yes, up to 15 minutes for free.

Q2. Is there an age limit?
A2. Our school has students from age 3 to 80 right now.

Q3. Do changes to the body occur because of dancing hula?
A3. Of course, there are individual differences, but we get happy statements from our students like “I lost weight!”, “I have regained my health!”, “My knee and back pain have gone away!”.

Q4. Do you need to bring things and clothes?
A4. You should bring water or sports drink to rehydrate, a small towel to wipe sweat, and your clothing should be loose enough to freely move.  Note, that hula dance is done barefoot.

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