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Yoga Flow with Aloha! CANCELLED FOR SNOW

March 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

$15

Yoga Flow

with Aloha

will be cancelled

Wednesday,

March 7th,

due to forecasted snow.

 Hope to see you next Wednesday, March 14 at 6pmIn the meantime, I thought that I would share with you:

THE LEGEND OF HAWAIIAN SNOW GODDESS POLIAHU

Poliahu, the extraordinarily beautiful snow goddess of Mauna Kea, had entranced Chief and demi-god, Aiwohi of Kaua’i, and they became lovers. On their wedding day, it was revealed to her that her groom was betrothed to another woman, Chiefess Hina of Maui.
Chief Aiwohi was condemned for his betrayal and was obligated to fulfill his promise to marry Chiefess Hina. On Aiwohi and Hina’s wedding night, scorned goddess Poliahu sent a snow storm of intense cold to cover her rival.
Goddess Poliahu would do this each time Aiwohi and Hina tried to be together. Frightened (and frigid), Chiefess Hina left Aiwohi and returned to her home, and their marriage was never consummated.
Poliahu is a rival of Pele, the goddess of fire. Poliahu’s power to cast intensely cold mantles of snow has kept the volcano of Mauna Kea dormant for over 4,000 years.
Aloha and Namaste, Tiare
GEOGRAPHY FACT:
When measured from its base at the bottom of the sea, Mauna Kea is approximately 1,150 meters taller than Mount Everest, making it the tallest mountain on Earth.
(However, 60% of its height is below sea level)

TIARE’S BIO:

Tiare Kahana learned the art of hula in early childhood, as part of Hawaiian family tradition.  Tiare is a perpetual student of hula, studying under Kumu Hula (Hula Master) Kawika Alfiche of Halau (Hula School) O Keiki’ali’I, and appeared as a guest dancer in his New York Times acclaimed production of Ka Wa Hula: Sacred Hula at Symphony Space in NYC, and at Wesleyan University.  A certified fitness trainer and yoga practitioner for over 30 years, Tiare earned her Yoga Alliance RYT 200-hour certification, and Yoga4 Cancer certification, in 2017.

VISIT WEBSITE: http://www.kahanahula.com/kahanahula.html

 

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Details

Date:
March 7
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$15