“Dancing is a very living art. It is essentially of the moment, although a very old art. A dancer’s art is lived while they is dancing. Nothing is left of their art except the pictures and the memories — when their dancing days are over"
For some reason or another, some people would like to avoid traveling long distances to learn to dance even though there is plenty of money for gas. In the Western part of this Island, no matter how you slice it, it is still "I coulda been home in twenty minutes."
"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho
Lessons on DVDs cost less than $20 and it is a one time cost. You can loan them out and have them used by other like minded groups. The timing and rhythm can be picked up easily by concentrating and enjoying the kind of music you will be dancing to. The music is Numbah one.
Then the movements can be learned relatively easy from the DVDs and can be played over and over again. With each others help, you can all have fun learning to dance in no time. And that is the name of the game. Of course then the real trial is on the dance floor nearest you. For some, you must go to downtown Honolulu. Eventually it will be more local and you will have your own clubs, all over the Island. Can we visit with each other? It will be one of the additional benefits..
"Of the dancers, by the dancers and for the dancers"
All the dancers? Of course not, they do not all want to be