Whether You’re 5 Or 75, Hula Dancing Can Keep You Fit
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WOODLAND HILLS (CBS) — Meet Lyn-Del Laua’e Pedersen. She is the director and head dance instructor at the Aloha Hula Dance Studio.
She says hula dancing is a great way to stay fit…for people of all ages. Seven to 75 and older.
And the best part for LA residents, you don’t have to hop a plane and go to the Big Island to get your groove on.
Aloha Hula Dance Studio is located in Granada Hills.
The Studio isn’t just a passion. It’s also a family affair.
Lyn-Del’s husband and five children dance or play music. Two of her sons, Taimane and Kaikea, also teach and help her with choreography.
She says, their studio is “about sharing, learning and having fun.”
For more on the studio, a photo gallery of the dance, or classes, click here.