Today we welcome a tutu man with six keiki, seventeen grandchildren and one great grandchild. Worldwide, he is a kumu and teaches Hula, Hooponopono and Native Hawaiian Healing and Culture. He is a kumu hula with Kuhai Halau o Kawaikapuokalani Pa Olapa Kahiko, a Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner, and studied the Hawaiian Healing traditions of Laau kahea, laau laapau, hooponopono and lomilomi with Aunty Emma DeFries.
Leo Kupa welcomes tutu man,
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