"Live with passion. Embrace change, do not fear it. When you’re skating in thin ice, you may as well dance!"
Originally, the ancient hula, known as kahiko, was performed very low to the ground in humility and humbleness in appreciation of the gods. When missionaries banned hula just over a century ago, the Hawaiian zest for life and their cultural celebrations went underground. What emerged in recent times is the hula we see today, known as ‘auwana, which also means to wander. ‘Auwana involves taking larger dance steps, and in a cultural sense is also seen as wandering away from the hula of the past.
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