I go to the gym for my daily workout. One of my favorite lessons is a dance fitness “Ritmos” there. The pictures are here. Ritmos consists of eleven different kinds of dances such as Hip Hop, Latin, Jazz, Reggaeton, and so on in an hour. The songs used in it are all popular and so cool. They change every three months. Now my most favorite song in it is “Bailando”. I like Sean Paul ❤
There is “Kohara Spa” in Hilton Waikoloa Village, which is a facility providing massages, body treatments and fitness & wellness classes. I paid ten dollars and took a fitness class “Flex and Stretch.”
I saw several guests who came for a Hawaiian massage called “Lomi Lomi” when I was in a waiting room. One of them said it hurt a lot, but was good.
The class started on time. He was an instructor(I forgot to ask his name), and the participant was only me! It ended up a private lesson. Actually it wasn’t a class for relax. It was like a power yoga. I was a little tired because it lasted 45 min., but it was a good exercise. Don’t you think he is cute?
The yoga class was taken place around the Buddha statue outside. It looked nice, but I didn’t want to get a suntan.
The picture below is a hula dancing lesson. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to take.
Hawaii Report #15
Recently, I danced wearing the costume I bought in Tokyo. How do I look? At first, I hesitated to buy such a showy dress because I’m not good at flamenco yet. But I changed my mind. I should start from the style. This dress seems to be for a ballroom dance, but whatever is OK. A woman in the mirror is my teacher.
A series of articles about Kumafes, the festival of Japanese pop culture, will start from the next. Please look forward to it!