Welcome to Kaleo Wheeler's Web SiteKaleo’s Musical Storytelling & Messages of the Heart help us to remember it is through Love that we are all one people – one family, regardless of the country, culture or background that we originate from.
Kaleo’s songs cover a range of different song styles and are sometimes accompanied by a small harp. The dance is traditional Hawaiian Hula, also called the Dance of the Heart. Each song, dance and story reflects an important message and insight that can help each member of the audience to experience a deeper sense of community within community and to remember your individual stories and your sense of purpose to step beyond the stresses and anxieties of your day to day life and to return home feeling renewed, inspired, energized, uplifted and more at peace within yourself.
Kaleo is also the Director of the He’olina Ke Ka Aloha (Joy is the Voice of Love) School of Hawaiian Healing Arts. Workshops she offers include the Traditional Hawaiian Hula, the Dance of the Heart, Sacred Chant and the Art of Forgiving that is based on one of the most sacred and valued practices of the ancient Hawaiian tradition, Ho'oponopono ("to make right"). She often will combine a Musical Storytelling Concert with one of the Hawaiian Healing Arts workshops for a powerful weekend of healing and spiritual
empowerment. She is also available by phone and Skype for private consultations.
For more info, click on: Workshops
Current News from KaleoHello from Asheville! I finally made the move back about two weeks ago and how exciting it has been since I got here. I have a wonderful apartment in the northern end of Hendersonville - so I have the best of both worlds now with both Asheville and Hendersonville. Nearly every day I have been going to an opportunity either in Asheville or Hendersonville to meet new people and reconnect with old friends and colleagues who are giving me such a wonderful and warm "welcome back". An example was last Monday morning when I was wondering what I could do that day while I was opening up my email - to find an email from the Asheville Wholistic and Integrative Professionals meetup group that gets together once a month that I had signed up with while I was still in Bloomington. They were having their monthly meeting at 11am that day, and it just happened to be about 5 minutes from me - how convenient was that. It is a wonderful group that was not here when I lived here before of about 600 members, with about 45 being at the meeting that day. I have already made some wonderful connections there and look forward to getting to know more of the members. Several women I have spoken to are interested in hula classes - just have to find a place to offer them and have several possibilities of spaces that I will be looking into - and I am also continuing to share hula with several of my hula students in Bloomington through Skype. So life is good and I am excited with this next chapter that is starting for me back here in North Carolina. Aloha nui!
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