Workshops with Kumu Keala
Kumu* Keala Ching is a teacher and consultant to numerous Hawai'i-related international organizations. Moreover, he is a songwriter as well as our teacher in the areas of Hula and Ho'oponopono. Kumu Keala has been attending and teaching AlohaSpirit for twenty years. He is a dedicated promoter of the - long suppressed - Hawaiian language, and lives the Hawai'ian values that fascinate us. In short, Kumu Keala symbolizes the Aloha Spirit.
What is more, Kumu Keala is co-founder and head of the foundation "Na Wai Iwi Ola" – which translates to "The ancient waters of Life". The foundation's mission is to preserve and maintain Hawai'i's culture and customs.
*Kumu: Hawaiian for teacher
Hawaiian HULA-Weekend with Kumu Keala Ching from Hawai'i
We will learn Hula-Kahiko (traditional dances) and Hula Auana (modern dances). In addition, we will practice chanting and learn more about the history of hula and Hawai'i's culture.
Emotional intelligence from a Hawaiian perspective
Ho'oponopono is one of the most important Hawaiian philosophies of life. The term is based on the Hawaiian word Pono, roughly meaning "righteousness".
Hawai'i meets Switzerland – Aloha meets Grüezi!
Hula Celebration, Ho'ike, with Na Wai Ohi'a
Special Guest directly from Hawai'i: Kumu Keala Ching
Hula is the heartbeat of the Hawaiian people. Hula electrifies. Hula is grace. Hula is elegance and power - and tells the myths and stories of the archipelago in dance
E komo mai! Welcome
Time: 18.30 bis ca. 20 Uhr
Module 5 / Hawaiian Language and Values with Kumu Keala Ching
Workshop with Kumu Keala Ching on Hawai'i's language and Hawaiian values.
Ho'onui 'ike - Increase the knowledge!
Self-Ho'oponopono & Ho'oponopono with Kumu Keala Ching
Ho'oponopono is one of the most important Hawaiian philosophies of life. The term is based on the Hawaiian word pono, roughly meaning "righteousness". The doubling of the word underlines the importance of the subject.
Self-Ho'oponopono, it all starts and end with you.
Hawaiian Hula Weekend with Kumu Keala Ching
We learn Hula-Kahiko (traditional dance) and Hula Auana (modern dance). In addition, we practice chanting and learn more about the history of hula and the culture of Hawai'i.