LEI MAKING CLASS

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For the Hawaiian people, the lei is an essential part of any celebration or momentous occasion such as weddings, birthdays, greetings or farewells. In hula, the lei is an integral part of the expression of a particular song with different flowers being used depending on nature of the song. The lei is not just a decoration, but a profound tribute to nature as well as a talisman to ward off evil. Ancient Hawaiians made leis out of materials such as shells, stones, seaweed and bones with the objective of drawing mana (power) from these objects. Gradually these materials were exchanged to leaves and flowers.

AUNTY BELLA’S LEI MAKING CLASS

The class is taught by lei master, Aunty Bella. Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand has been family-run for 4 generations for over 80 years, one of the oldest lei stands still run by the people of Hawaiian heritage. In our Lei Making Classes, we will teach about the cultural significance of the lei and you will learn about the flowers and plants that are unique in the land of Hawaii.

 

Fees: Please contact us. Fee is dependent on the length of the class and the type of flower used.

Sign-up: Please contact for class schedules.
Instructor:Aunty Bella

Reserve Your Lessons

Tel: 808-312-4381

Office Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm (Sunday by appointment only)

Reserve Your Lessons

Tel: 808-312-4381

Office Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm (Sunday by appointment only)

RESERVATION

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METHOD OF PAYMENT

Credit Card:For paid classes, your reservation system will take you to the PayPal credit card payment screen upon your reservation. Major credit cards accepted.

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