“Hula is the art of Hawaiian dance, expressing everything we see, hear, smell, taste, touch and feel. That’s what Hula is to me, and to anyone I have trained.” Robert Cazimero, Master Teacher of Halau Na Kamalei.
Thanks to Hollywood movies and tourist programs and souvenirs, we imagine only Hawiian women dancing gracefully to soft lullaby music as what Hula Dance is all about.
In fact, the Hula dance is a sacred dance with many traditions. There are also men who dance when they learn martial arts. Due to the military ban on dance, some of these dance forms have survived underground and have come out since the 1970s. Today, they dance with masculine pride and grace.
Here is a mighty example of a powerful Hawiian fertility dance by super male bods with great strength and grace!