Our group specializes in performing contemporary Hawaiian hula, which involves hand and arm gestures along with rhythmic patterns to tell a story. Our primary goal is to embody the Aloha Spirit and spread love and happiness through our performances. We have had the honour of performing at various venues in Vancouver, including the Nikkei Center, Kitsilano Showboat, multicultural events, seminars, and senior centres.

“Thank you SO much to you and your beautiful dancers for coming out on Friday night. I wanted to personally thank you and the ladies. I did see some of them leaving and thanked them but please do pass along our gratitude. They really made the night special and it was the most incredible way to start the show. Thank you again and I will be sure to keep you in mind for any other events that we might do.”

-Maureen O’Brien- (Social Media – PR – Communications)

“As a recreation programmer at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre I have worked with and hired many instructors for our arts based programming. Yoshiteru Yamamoto (Yoshi) has instructed Hawaiian Dance lessons with us over the years. I have found Yoshi to be respectful and a pleasure to work with and quickly became one of my favorite instructors due to his politeness, efficiency and his excellent teaching skills. These characteristics are the philosophy of Hawaiian Dance.”

-Diana Vanderveen- (Seniors Program Coordinator)

 Wailele Wai Wai has since received commendation from the royal family of Hawaii for their work sharing the tradition and spirit of Hawaiian culture in Canada. 

See Letter from the Royal House of Hawaii →

Our Original Song “ALOHA MAHALO” on iTunes

How to Sing and Lean “Aloha Mahalo” on Youtube