While attending UCLA, Leolani began choreographing her own performance pieces, as well as teaching dance and developing her own arts curriculum in the ArtsBridge Program. In 2008, her ‘Arts IN’ Fellows internship included traveling to New Zealand to compare their cultural arts education programs to the U.S. and exploring the Polynesian performance scene. Here she got to perform at the Pasifika Festival and Polyfest on the Cook Island Stage/Village.
What our students say. . .
““I hired Leolani to teach a Tahitian lesson at my birthday party and she was absolutely amazing!!! Everyone said it was such a fun class! Leolani has great energy which is totally infectious and it was fun learning from such a skilled dancer 🙂 I would highly recommend her!!!” ~ Loree R.
“I’m very impressed with this school. The teachers are very professional, courteous, happy and super friendly. They make you feel welcome and make you want to go back again and again. Their knowledge is superb and I recommend it to any student who wants to learn belly dance or Tahitian dance. I give it 2 thumbs up!!! :D”
~ Aricely S.