Polynesian performing arts located in the Pacific Northwest.
Iorana, Kia Ora, Mālō e lelei, Talofa lava, Bula and Aloha... The Polynesian triangle is full of cultural traditions that are kept alive through song and dance. It is our mission to preserve the heritage through performing arts where we incorporate history, language, music and storytelling. We've been a part of the community in Puyallup during the farmers market and in Nisqually at their annual Wellbriety Pow-Wow for years. We love sharing & teaching.
* We have a one hour practice, usually at Payette's School of Dance.
* We have a private Facebook group for Wednesday check-ins.
* During our check-ins students will have videos to practice or listen to.
* Part of the experience is dance, storytelling, language, art and ukulele to name a few.
* Costumes and accessories are a separate fee, but it isn't necessary in the beginning.
* MO uniforms are an additional fee. Our goal is to have fun while looking professional.
* We welcome ages 5 plus, all ethnic backgrounds, gender, religious affiliation. One big Ohana.
* Our members sign a commitment form with a non-disclosure clause and image waivers.
* NO pictures of members or instructors during or in practice. When in doubt, ask us first.
* If you are interested in learning Polynesian dance as a hobby try Mele.com which is a list of other groups.
* If intense moments of learning sound exciting and you want a long term commitment then welcome.
MO CULTURE EXCHANGE TEAM [CET]
* Travel and performing arts team.
* Required one year experience with MO before transitioning into CET.
* CET is different from our MO Education. CET is by invitation.