Polynesian Dance

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I have been a polynesian dancer for about 12 years now. The dances of polynesia and the traditions of all the islands continue to amaze me with their beauty and excitement, i hope you enjoy :)

Hunter Conroy
I grew up doing Tahitian (from Tahiti), which is NOT Hula (from Hawaii), so it's annoying whenever I have to explain that.

Traditional Polynesian Dances

French Polynesia

The History of Tahitian Dance "Ori Tahiti" - Tahiti Dance Fitness

Tahitian dance

Hula Implements Ipu (gourd), 'Ili'ili (Hawaiian castanets), Pū'ili (split bamboo sticks) We use these when we dance

Hula Implements (Ipu, 'Ili'ili (Hawaiian castanets), Ukulele, 'Ulī'ulī, Kālā'au (dancing sticks), (Pū'ili (split bamboo sticks)

Enjoyed a Polynesian Show at the resort. Hula Dancer with Ipu Heke (a percussion instrument that is often used to provide a beat for hula dancing).

Island Swagger

Aloha I'm Melanee I'm Hawaiian/Cuban/Black Australian/Japanese/German/French/Chinese-Malay/Irano Afghani mix Born & Raised in Australia i now reside in Oahu, Hawaii Love Travelling Love dancing I have a weakness for island men (mmmm..)

So easy strapless bra and trim.great for a jazz costume Samoan Dance, Polynesian Dance, Polynesian Culture, Hula Dance, Latin Dance, Tango Dance, Tahitian Costumes, Tahitian Dance, Shell Bra

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Tahitian dance - Tahiti, French Polynesia as much as i love seeing the women of Hawaii doing the Hula, women from Tahiti doing the OTEA, that's like great sex!

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maori women performing a Poi dance - New Zealand

Te Roopu Manutaki Kapahaka Group - just pinning because my sister was in here just more to the left. Random.

Tahitian turquoise and ocean blue feather and more/hau hip belt Polynesian Dance, Polynesian Islands, Polynesian Culture, Hula Dancers, Belly Dancers, Tahitian Costumes, Tahitian Dance, Hawaiian Dancers, Blue Feather

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Tahitian turquoise and ocean blue feather and by ISLANDMANA, $195.00

Tahitian dance for life 💜 Haha LOVE this!

Tahitian dance for life ...even if is's just at home!

Tahitian costume peacock neck piece. $35.00, via Etsy.

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Tahitian Costume Set Strapless Bra top with matching Headpiece. I love the colors! Polynesian Dance, Polynesian Culture, Christmas Catering, Tahitian Costumes, Tahitian Dance, Cultural Dance, Tribal Fusion, Carnivals, Bra Styles

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This new Tahitian Costume top is ready to wear right out of the box! Brand new and never used/worn in competition. The strapless bra top is a size B cup and it ties in the back with black fabric. It is adorned with turquoise and black feathers on the left cup and a more simple black fabric covered cup on the right. A cluster of faux grey pearls embellishes the center of the bra as well as the trim of the right cup. This bra can also be used WITH straps if you'd like as it has removable strap…

Tahitian dancer in action, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii by Alaskan Dude, Polynesian Dance, Polynesian Islands, Polynesian Culture, Hawaiian Islands, Island Girl, Big Island, Tahitian Costumes, Tahitian Dance, Hawaiian Dancers

Tahitian dancer in action, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii

These are oldies but goodies from a trip we took to Kauai back in November 2009 - but it seems like 12 light years ago. The hula show was at a little shopping center - I think it's held three times a week. The dancers were actually very good and it was a fun show to watch. Shooting it was a little bit harder since the stage is bounded on three sides by stores in the shopping center and a parking lot - and any time I tried to snap a shop I noticed some (usually very large) person stopped…

 I miss doing Polynesian Dance tooo much!

Tahitian Otea! I miss doing Polynesian Dance tooo much!!