Tuesday, May 16, 2017 • • Arts & Entertainment
Integrated Body Rhythm & Motion is a synthesis of dance movements deriving from Africa, the Caribbean, The Americas, and the Pacific. You will learn how to move to different sounds & music; hear and internalize rhythm; experience movements from other cultures in a non-traditional dance class; tap into your natural inner rhythm; and simply move your body with enhanced coordination and flexibility. Bring a towel, bottled water, and supportive foot wear. Wrap skirts (lappa or pare'u) are optional.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 • • General
Integrated Body Rhythm & Movement is new dance class that will be taught by Shereel Washington on Saturday, March 11, 2017 3-4:30 pm at Soja Mind Body, 368 24th St, Oakland, CA 94612. First class FREE.
Saturday, June 18, 2016 • • General
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 • • General
IXALT featuring Joseph and Shereel will be sharing at High Street next Sunday.
Friday, June 20, 2014 • • Arts & Entertainment
Come spend an afternoon with Kamakakehau Fernandez, winner of the 2013 Na Hoku Hanohano Music Awards (Hawaiian Grammy's) with special guests, The Prodigals Jazz Ensemble, Sunday, July 6, 2014, 5pm at the New Life Campus Courtyard in Concord, Ca. Tickets: $17 in advanced (can be purchased online), $20 at the door (cash only)
Our co-sponsors: New Life Christian Fellowship and Halau Hula `O Kupukalau`ie`ie
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 • • General
IXALT invites you to participate in a fun `ike (knowledge) filled day: E Ho`oma`a: Ke Kupu Hou- Skilled: Continuously Growing. This all day workshop is aimed at introducing, enhancing, and challenging na haumana (students) skill in hula. The workshop will include classes in `auana and kahiko taught by kumu hula from the Bay Area. IXALT is pleased to have returning kumu hula Analu Akao of Halau Hula ` O Kupukalau`ie`ie in Richmond, CA and Pomaika`i Gaui of Kehaulani Hula Studios in Santa Rosa, CA and in Utah. Our goal is to foster sharing and increase the cultural knowledge amongst the hula community in the Bay Area. IXALT is extremely honored to sponsor such an event and we are excited that kumu hula from the Bay Area has expressed interest in sharing their `ike.
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 • • General
Between The Shore and The Break is a collaborative presentation of mo`olelo (story) conveyed through hula (traditional Hawaiian Dance). Inspired by a `Olelo No`eau (a Hawaiian proverb): " A fisherman of the shallow sea uses only a short line; a fisherman of the deep sea has a long line" (Pukui #725).Thought: A person whose knowledge is shallow does not have much, but he whose knowledge is great, does." Between The Shore and The Break speaks to the process of growing and learning in ones journeys. First: Beginning. Second: Growing. Third: Completing- Arriving at the end of one's journey successfully.
Cast: Narrated by Joseph Washington; Choreographed by Kumu Analu Akao; Performed by members of Halau Hula `O Kupukalau`ie`ie.
Suggested Donation: $12, but ALL are welcome
Seating is limited. Advance Reservations are HIGHLY recommended. There are currently 35 seats available.
For reservations and information contact: 510 932-5101/ email@example.com
Thursday, May 30, 2013 • • General
This year IXALT is pleased to present it's very first hula workshop. We are so delighted and EXCITED to be offering this. This all day workshop is open to all levels of dancers. For more detailed information click on the Upcoming Events link. Registration begins now, but hurry while there's space!
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 • • General
Dance Jam is an all day event highlighting a variety of dance styles/genres taught by professional dance artists in the Bay Area. The goal of Dance Jam is to promote diversity and cultivate a deeper appreciation of various dance forms and expressions. IXALT is pleased to host another Dance Jam in honor of Bay Area Dance Week (April 26-May 5, 2013)
Sunday, April 07, 2013 • • General
This fun and energetic workshop series begins on Thursday, May 9 through Thursday, May 30, 2013, 6-7:30pm for FOUR Thursdays at Studio 1924 located on 1924 Franklin St in uptown Oakland.