Groovy Kids Club: Hawaiian Hula & Ori Tahiti - Dance and Fitness
In this ongoing class, students will learn the basics of Ori & Hula. We'll alternate between the two from week to week. This class is a moderate workout and includes elements of storytelling through dance.
Welcome to the Groovy Kids Club! My name is Ms. Yvonne and I'm looking forward to moving and grooving with your learners. In this ongoing class, the students will learn about Ori from the Tahitian Islands and Hula from the Hawaiian Islands. There are various similarities as well as differences between the two styles. I try to demonstrate a few of the obvious ones during our lessons. We will always start the class with a time-in. The time-in is a moment for everyone to bring their...
Students will learn basic Hula and Ori Tahiti dance moves including simple choreography.
I have over 20 years of experience in Polynesian dance. I've performed and competed professionally since I was 10 years old.
Students are asked to wear clothing comfortable to move in. For example shorts, leggings, and t-shirts, etc. Ideally, nothing too baggy as it will be difficult to see the motions. They will need a sarong/pareo/scarf. This can be any lightweight fabric they can use to tie around their hips. I will demonstrate how to tie them in our first lesson. Please keep an easy access water bottle nearby during class. You can count on us taking quick sips in between activities.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Make sure to have enough space to move around in a safe environment. Please have the camera showing the learner's full body so that I can give feedback about legs/feet.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Yvonne Delosreyes aka Ms. Yvonne. I'm the founder of the Groovy Kids Club. I teach yoga, dance, martial arts, and wellness here at Outschool. It has been another AMAZING year here at Outschool. Here's a thank-you coupon for...
1x per week
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Completed by 57 learners
Live video meetings
2-8 learners per class