Ka Lei Hali'a O Ka Lokelani - Perpetuating the Hawaiian culture thru song, dance, and language
About Us
We are Ka Lei Hali'a O Ka Lokelani (The cherished ones of the yellow rose); a hula halau (hula school) located in Aloha/Beaverton Oregon.  Our purpose is to perpetuate and educate the community of the Hawaiian culture through song, dance, and language.  2014 we will be celebrating our 5 year anniversary together and we are so proud of what we've accomplished thus far!














Ka LeiHali'a O Ka Lokelani is an affiliate of 'O.H.A.N.A. Foundation; non-profit organization encouraging and promoting education in Oregon and Hawai'i, and is an active member in the pursuit of continuing the mission of this organization.  Every year Ka Lei Hali'a O Ka Lokelani partners with 'O.H.A.N.A. Foundation for their annual hula exhibition, Mahalo lu'au, Malama ka 'Ohana, Health Fair and much more.  Proceeds from these event help fund numerous educational scholarships and cultural workshops.


About our Instructor & Founder      

Leialohaokeanuenue Ka'ula was born on the island of O'ahu.  At the age of 8 she moved to the island of Hawai'i with her family and will always be her home.  Growing up on the island of Hawai'i  allowed her to embrace the culture and apppreciate the pure beauty that Hawai'i has to offer. 
 
Leialoha, born into a hula and entertaining family, has been dancing hula since the age of 3 and found her love for hula early on.  
 
She is a graduate of Ke Kula 'O Nawahiokalani'opu'u, class of 2001; Hawaiian Immersion Intermediate & High School, located on the island of Hawai'i. Through her years of hula and the opportunity to have the privilege of attending Nawahi, Lei is able to teach and share with her Halau the Hawaiian culture through language, song and of course, hula. 
 
In 2008 she began her quest to find a Halau here in Portland, OR.  Through her journey, Lei found her calling and founded Ka Lei Hali'a O Ka Lokelani in May of 2009. It is through Lei's love and passion for hula that she will continue to share the Hawaiian culture.
 
Practice Location:
'O.H.A.N.A. Foundaiton's Education Center & Halau
14335 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97224
(In the Canterbury Shopping Square)
 
Class Schedule/Information
Papa Liko I (4-6)
Papa Liko II (6 - 12)
Papa Liko Lehua
(Advance Keiki)
Private Lessons
Sunday 9:45A-10:15A
Sunday 10:30A-11:15A
Sunday 11:30P-1P
All Ages
 $30.00/Per Month
$35.00/Per Month
 $35.00/Per Month
$30 - $50/Per Hour
Papa Lehua (13+)
Papa Laua'e (40+)
Papa 'Anake (55+)
Sunday 2P-4P
Wednesday 7:15P - 9P
Wednesday 5:30P-7P
Thursday 7P-9P
Friday 6:30P-8:30P

$40.00/Per Month
$40.00/Per Month
$35.00/Per Month
Papa Hula (Basics)
Papa 'Olelo Hawai'i II
Begins 1/5/2015
12 Sessions End 3/30/2015
Papa Ho'opa'a
Invitation Only
Monday 6P-7P
Monday 7P-8:30P
Wednesday 6P-7P
 Halau Member No Cost
$20 Registration
$150 (12 Weeks)
 Halau Member Only


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