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'Ike Roa: Hawaiian Hula & Ori Tahiti of Louisville

Established in 2013.

aloha@ikeroa.com

'Ike Roa Studio
4482 Robards Lane
Louisville, KY 40218

@2013-2019 by 'Ike Roa

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Registration: OPEN

Mahalo for your interest in beginner hula classes! Registration is open for wahine & keiki classes (starting October 2019) and kāne classes (starting November 2019). Be sure to subscribe for updates regarding the Fall class sessions.

If you intend to sign up for the classes, please be sure to read the class information page, which outlines studio policies and expectations to allow the environment of learning, sharing, and aloha to thrive. Please send us responses to the items below; your responses will help us gage the ability, expectations, and needs of new students and plan the class accordingly.

'Ike Roa haumāna require serious commitment. Classes include many other crucial cultural elements outside of hula/ori lessons, including 'Ōlelo, Oli, studying mele, lei making, pa'u sewing, ipu drumming, etc. as you advance. Many of these items will require time commitment outside of class.

A one-time registration fee includes a solid black half pareu from the studio for beginner & current haumāna to wear every class in addition to class starting materials. Later, you will sew your own pa'u.

Class Rate: $40/month                            Registration fee: $20          

Family / Military Rate: $35/month

Email Info to aloha@ikeroa.com

Subject Line of Email: Pre-Registration 2019 Your Name

Please email the following information to 'Ike Roa to pre-register for the next beginner session.

We will be welcoming beginner keiki, ‘ōpio, kane, and wahine Fall 2019.

  • First & Last Name

  • Age

  • Email Address

  • Contact Phone Number

  • Hometown (Where are you from?)

  • Current location (city, state)

  • Ancestry (please note if you are of Polynesian descent)

  • Previous  Experience (if any, please describe in detail)

  • Physical Condition/Ability (please describe your current physical abilities and/or limitations)

  • Why would you like to join 'Ike Roa?

  • Additional Notes (feel free to share anything else that you'd like us to know about you!) 

Mahalo nui loa for your interest! We are very excited to welcome new haumana to the 'Ike Roa Hula Ohana. Your responses will help us determine how to structure the new sessions.