what are the class fees?
The first class is always free. If you should decide to join, the fee for the first class is $25 per month. Additional classes would then be $20 a month. For example, if you take Tahitian and beginning hula, your monthly fee will be $45. Fees are due on the first Saturday of the month. Ask us about family discounts.
what should i expect from my first class?
Polynesian dance can be somewhat strenuous. Like any exercise program, please consult with your physician if you have any physical limitations.
what should i wear and bring to class?
You will sweat! Please wear comfortable clothes that allow free movement. You will dance in bare feet (no socks please). Bring a water bottle and a towel. If you are taking a Tahitian class, please bring a pareo (sarong) to tie around your hips, if you have one. You will often have to take notes in class, please bring a notebook and pen or pencil.
i'm having an event and i would like to hire indy hula to perform, how much does it cost and how do i do this?
Prices vary by venue, length of performance and number of dancers. If you are outside of the metro Indianapolis area, there may be an extra fee associated for travel. Please contact our scheduler at firstname.lastname@example.org to assist you in planning your event. Please note that as of 8/15/19, we are on hiatus from performing and not accepting any new requests for bookings.
i would like to learn hawaiian, do you offer language instruction?
Unfortunately, at this time we do not offer formal language instruction. However, language and culture are integral parts of Polynesian dance and are often incorporated in instruction.
do you offer private lessons?
No, at this time we are not able to offer private instruction.
how old does my child have to be to start lessons?
Our keiki (children) seem to learn best once they are at least 4 years of age and can pay attention for longer periods of time.
how do i find out about upcoming public performances?
Please check our "ANNOUNCEMENTS" page for more information. In addition, you can join our Facebook page "Indy Hula" for the most up to date information.