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Female Creativity – Women’s Wellness & Beyond Series

September 8, 2013 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm


Menstrual_WheelFemale Creativity

with Kumu Hula Malia Helela

Sunday, Sept 8

12:30 – 2:30 pm


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Female fertility represents a continuous circle of change. We can learn a lot about our potential by exploring the effect of hormones on our bodies, emotions and thoughts. Hormones rise and fall throughout the month like the patterns of a beautiful dance. In this workshop you will create your own fertility cycle mandala and bead ring, with the intent to enhance personal creativity. We’ll look at our own fertility phases to become more conscious of their influence on our daily lives – such as when we feel more inward turning and reflective, when we are feeling more organized and disciplined, when we are feeling more ready to respond to the whispers of creativity. moFrom that point, we are set to apply this inner understanding to our outward-extending creative process, whether in writing a book, decorating a room, creating a piece of art, a song, a talk, or a recipe.

Malia Helela is an authentic Kumu Hula: a recognized hula teacher,officially having graduated after 17 years training from a hula halau (school) of a long and esteemed Hawaiian hula lineage. In over a decade of teaching her own halau, Kumu Malia counts as her students dozens of hula teachers throughout Japan as well as many hula dancers in Hawaii. Fluent in Hawaiian, Kumu Malia frequently composes her own original oli’s (sacred chants). Kumu Malia is the originator of the Sitting Baby Hula program, the choreographer of numerous hulas in both the ancient and modern forms, as well as being the repository of myriad traditional hulas, oli’s and general Hawaiian cultural knowledge. In keeping with her tradition, she is an observant and reverent student of nature and keeper of the land – the ‘aina.





September 8, 2013
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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