Hula  ‘O Nuku ‘Ãina (A passage in the land)

Class Schedule 2018

Mondays 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm (Beginning-Intermediate )

Thursdays 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm


Open enrollment

Class $7.00 walk-in

or  5 classes for $30.00

Instructor  Kat Greene

For more information call 541-890-0515 or email  

Based in Grants Pass, OR, haumana (students) of all ages and levels meet to explore the music, dance and traditional crafts of Hawaii and Polynesia. The dancers of Hula ‘O Nuku  ‘Ãina (A Passage in the Land) under the direction of Kat Greene began performing in 2011 to share their hula experience throughout the Rogue Valley for enjoyment, education and cultural understanding.

Studio Location

824 #A  Rogue River Hwy.,  Grants Pass, OR

Co-ed Class (Ages 15 and up) Children 14 and under may dance in the back for free if an adult parent is enrolled.  Child must be supervised and may not attend if the adult student is not present in class.

Style:  Kahiko (ancient)    Auana(modern)  

Tahitian Aparima (slow Tahitian)

3 Days of Aloha Hapa Haole Competition

Vancouver, WA  

2015 First place winners in  mixed group!

                                                                                                 Lark Camp Hula Instructor Kat Greene

A week of hula in nature’s natural outdoor setting. Surrounded by ferns and redwoods trees, students will learn a kahiko (ancient) and auana (modern) style hula, and explore the rhythm and sounds of Hawaiian implements used in hula and polynesian dance and dance in a ho’ike (show) with live music by ukulele musicians.

July 27 - Aug. 04, 2018

Have ukulele will travel

  Kanikapila is a style of Hawaiian music produced in an impromptu jam session, most commonly taking place at a beach, or family gathering. The term comes from kani which means sound, and pila which means any string instrument in the Hawaiian language.

If you have interest in starting a kanikapila or Kane (men’s class)  we would love to hear from you! email Kat at