In ancient Hawaii, a time when a written language did not exist, hula and its chants played an important role in keeping history, genealogy, mythology and culture alive. With each movement – a hand gesture, step of foot, swaying of hips – a story would unfold.
Through the hula, the Native Hawaiians were connected with their land and their gods. You can see hula throughout the Islands at a number of festivals and events as well as at hotels and resorts. You can book hula dancers to your wedding or parties through hawaiiluaucompany.com or various other sites.
- Keep it clean for Hula Dancers
It's important to remember that the hula dancers will require a lot of costume changes (usually 5 per hula show) and they will spend some time in the locker room during the event. Hula girls will bring a lot of things, so they will often lay costumes, clothing and various other items on the ground. Therefore, a clean locker room will certainly make you hula dancer "happy campers". No need for the white glove treatment, just a clean room will do.
- Fixed guaranteed
If your hula show happens to be at a commercial establishment of some sort, then private offices, bride rooms and such are fine. If it happens to be in a private home, bedroom or an enclosed space or area should be sufficient. The most important thing to remember is that access to this site should be limited only for hula girls.