Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Noho Paipai @ YouTube
This is the 16th hula dancing video :D
It is a well-known Hawaiian song called Noho Paipai (Rocking Chair)!
The song has a bouncy beat and lots of fun and sassy lyrics XD
As usual, I will share this video with my blog buddies who keep in touch with me on a regular basis or Tipness club members who took this "hula hula" class.
Unfortunately, I couldn't take time to practice it but I had to shoot this choreography quickly because we are going to learn the new dance from April!!!
※Tipness（ティップネス）のHULA HULAで習った Noho Paipai（ノホ パイパイ）の振り付けをビデオに記録♪ シンガーでクムフラ（古典フラの継承者）Sandii（サンディー）さんのアロハセラピーな楽曲です。見たい方は私のチャンネルに登録してリクエストメッセージを下さい☆
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