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Cirque Hale

CIRQUE HALE is Kona’s first ever Aerial & Cirque-Us Arts center & the first ever Aerial Yoga studio on the Big Island! We are located in the heart of Kona just above Pacific Island Fitness & share a wall with the famous Yoga Hale. We offer classes for adults & children weekly in Aerial Yoga, Silks, Trapeze, Lyra, Acro-Yoga, Fire-Dancing (privates), Hula-Hooping (privates), Hula, Capoeira, Zouk, & many other eccentric fitness modalities. Privates are available too if our schedule doesn’t fit your needs. Each & every class is taught by professionals who have been teaching for 2-30 years! Look for our Lil’ Tricksters Summer Cirque Camps & all of our Keiki & Cirque Kids classes. We host all kinds of events, shows, Cirque Kids Movie Nights, and special guest teachers as well.

Spoken Word Poetry by Ruth Aloua

Ruth Aloua is a Kanaka Maoli from the Kona District. Her grandmother’s lineage binds her to the island Hawai'i and her grandfather’s to Maui. She is a mahi'ai (farmer) for Malu 'Āina Center for Nonviolent Education and Action and a kia'i loko (fishpond guardian) for Kaloko Fishpond. Her work extends to the peaks of Mauna a Wākea, to the plains of Pōhakuloa into the deepest depths of the ocean to the realm of Kanaloa. She is an advocate for peace and justice fostering nonviolent interaction between people, land, water, ocean and air.

Hula Halau O Kukui Aloha O Kohala

Under the direction of Kohala raised Kumu Leia Lawrence, Hula Hālau o Kukui Aloha o Kohala has been blessed to actively share the love and light of hula within their local community and beyond since their founding in 2013, including three previous years at the Kohala 'Āina Festival.
With a focus on paying homage to the ʻāina (land) that sustains us, in honor of our kupuna (ancestors) who came before us and the generations to come after, Hula Hālau o Kukui Aloha o Kohala's mission is to perpetuate the precious indigenous culture of Hawai'i by honoring and caring for its sacred places through the storytelling of hula and chant and by living in close connection with the land.


To practice and teach ecologically conscious agriculture, empowering individuals and communities to cultivate alternative systems of living that restore human and environmental health.

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