mw-art-031914-heiva-tahiti      Homemade drums blaring in the background while hips move uncontrollably to hit each and every beat, large headdresses made of shells, feathers, pearls, woven grass, and large groups of dancers performing routine in unison. Hearing and watching such a dance form before our eyes may remind us of a tribal dance as the loud chanting in foreign tongue is yelled from the performers in between the hard beating of the native cow skin drums. This dance, often paired with Hula is called Tahitian, Continue reading