Healing power of hula shared at Smithsonian Festival (2:44)
The University of Hawaii at Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine’s Department of Native Hawaiian Health shares the healing power of hula at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, June 27-July 8,2012.
Ho’oponopono & Aloha Spirit – AUNTY MAHEALANI (29:59)
Mahealani Kuamo’o-Henry, Kumu ‘Elele o Na Kupuna …is a kanaka maoli-native Hawaiian Aunty and Kumu from Puna, on the Big Island of Hawaii. Aunty is a teacher-messenger for the spiritual voices of the ancestors within the strong lineage of na Kumu, Kahu, & Kahuna (teachers, guardians, priests, priestess/ advisors and healers) under the leadership of her ancestral Kupuna-Kane (grandfather), named Kaiwikuamo’o kekuaokalani.” This translates as the “backbone strength of the heavenly chiefs.”. Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala, is the belief system and method for “making right more right, the path.” Many are surprised to learn about this form of Ho’opono pono rooted in the Aloha Spirit
True Essence of Hula click here – Kumu O’brian Eselu
Kumu Karen Leialoha Carroll Speaks of ʻOhana (6:39)
Visit with Kumu Karen as she shares during her Lomilomi workshop one of her most favorite Hawaiian Values…ʻOhana!!!