Experience Hawaiian Art and Culture at Hula Halau 'O Pi'ilani!
Aloha! Welcome to Hula Halau 'O Pi'ilani!
Hula is not just dancing and chanting, it is a deeper spiritual aspect which must be learned and felt by each haumana (student). Hula started as a religious ceremony to the Hawaiian gods. Now we dance to remember the history of Hawaii and to join the Hawaiian way of celebrating life.
Our philosophy of No Ke Aloha No Ka Hula means "for the love of the hula" and embodies the elements of respect, courtesy, discipline patience, determination and perseverance.
e komo mai! Take off your shoes and join us inside!
How to Find Us
Hula Halau 'O Pi'ilani
475 N. Wolfe Road
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Halau 2nd Location:
150 Leavesley Road
Gilroy, CA 95020
Director/Alaka'i: 'Ilima Beronilla
Aloha Festival, San Mateo, CA
August 7th, 2016
Time: 1:00 -1:25p
O'ahu SEPT 9–11 (Fri-Sun) Hula Oni E, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Waikiki, Fri: 6–11pm, Sat & Sun: 10am–4pm. Award Winning Hula Halau from all Islands and Japan. Open to the public. 30 craft vendors in the foyer area of the Tapa Ball Room.
The Halau will be competing!
Come with us!