#1-How to Hula for Body, Mind & Spirit.
Patricia Lei Anderson Murray is well known in the Islands as a former Miss Hawaii and a finalist in the Miss America pageant.
She is an entertainer, author, educator, training consultant, a mother of 5 and a grandmother of 3.
Patricia Lei is a lifelong ambassador of Hawaiian culture and the tradition of aloha.
How To Hula gives you simple, easy-to-follow instructions on the graceful movements of hula.
Well-known Island personality, Patricia Lei Anderson Murray, guides you through each motion.
You’ll enjoy learning to dance three of the most popular Hawaiian songs of all time:
-The Hukilau Song
-Keep Your Eyes on the Hands
-Hawaiian Wedding Song.
*Suitable for the whole family,
*Dolby AC-3 Stereo,
*Encoded for All Regions,
*NTSC format for use in the USA, JAPAN, Canada and the Americas.
#2-Yoga From Hawaii
The YOGALlGN® Method is a safe and painless style of yoga developed on Kauai by Michaelle Edwards.
This core-based practice re-educates and balances the muscle groups eliminating unconscious tension while promoting physiologically efficient movement and graceful posture.
Deep conscious breathing with positive affirmations bring peace to body, mind and spirit.
Resistance stretching with inner isometrics, tones and lengthens muscle groups which stabilizes and protects your joints.
Learn Hawaiian Lomi, lomi self massage techniques and give yourself the gift of ALOHA.
Michaelle Edwards has been practicing yoga for over 30 years and teaching for more than a decade.
Also a professional massage therapist and performing jazz and Hawaiian musician, Michaelle owns and operates the Mana Yoga Center on Kauai.
#3-The Complete Ukulele Course by Ralph Shaw
This DVD is perfect for anyone who wants to improve their ukulele playing technique.
Even if you have never played a ukulele before, you will discover that Ralph Shaw will lead you through the basics and beyond so that you will learn tips, tricks and techniques that will have you sounding like a ukulele maestro! Booklet included.
About the Instructor:
Ralph Shaw (The King of the Ukulele) was born in Quebec Canada, grew up in England and returned to Canada in 1988 with an honors degree in Applied Physics. A longtime entertainer, he discovered the ukulele in 1990 and along with it, a love for some of the great songs of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s and the style of British entertaining great, George Formby. Ralph currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia and divides his time between recording, songwriting, producing instructional DVD’s, as well as performing live, and is well-known as Vancouver’s "King of the Ukulele".
#4-Lew Trusty’s, Hawaii Underwater - The World Below
A trip through Hawaii’s reefs.
The waters surrounding Hawaii are the most remote in the world.
Lava caves, coral reefs, and shipwrecks create homes for diverse and unique marine life.
You will see:
• Breaching whales off Maui and Lanai
• Dancing Manta Rays on the Big Island
• Turtles and schooling fish
• Monk seals frolicking off Kauai
• The ballet of the Spanish dancer
• Sunken World War II ships and planes on Oahu.
National Geographic books, magazines and T.V. specials have showcased the award winning underwater images of Lew Trusty.
A graduate from U.S.C. film school, Lew has been awarded the Cine Golden Eagle, Gold and Bronze Cindy’s, the Silver Anchor at the Toulon, France Maritime Film Festival, and Silver Medal from Downunder Australia for his spectacular underwater film.
English, Japanese, Español, Français, Português.
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