Hawaiian Hula is an ancient and sacred form of expressing deepest feelings and connects the dancer with the divine. It carries a message about what the Hawaiians did, thought, lived and believed in. Without any written language, the Hula was seen as the history book for the Hawaiians. In the early days, a child was chosen to be a dancer and often lived with his teacher.
10 FACTS ABOUT HAWAIIAN HULA.— One of the most beautiful things in Hawaiʻi is the lovely & graceful hula dance, one of the oldest traditions in Hawaiian culture & history. Often accompanied by Hawaiian music or a chant, its purpose is to visually portray the story of the chant or song.