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Ecstatic Dance Luke Mandala with Diana Hahn Yoga
Ecstatic Dance Luke Mandala with Diana Hahn Yoga

Sat, Apr 20


Honokaa Peopleʻs Theatre

Ecstatic Dance Luke Mandala with Diana Hahn Yoga

Yoga & dance with well known music producer of emotive electronica.

Time & Location

Apr 20, 2024, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Honokaa Peopleʻs Theatre, 45-3574 Mamane St, Honokaa, HI 96727, USA

About the Event


6:00pm - Yoga $10 7:00pm - Opening Circle + Dance $15 (or $20 for both Yoga + Dance)


Luke  Mandala is a well known Pacific Northwest Music Producer creating in  the realms of etherial house, emotive electronica, world-inspired  chill-out, and vibrant psychedelic bass, the latter produced under the  moniker of "Mandala Effect”.  Expect heart-opening tracks in a  progressive journey through dreamy chords and danceable grooves woven  throughout with a shimmering drive. His dynamic live act includes  playing a mixture of electronic and acoustic music while mixing in  multiple live wind instruments and live drumming. His lifelong devotion  to community dance medicine started at age 14 in 1998 when he started to  DJ, then started touring the world and releasing hundreds of songs with  a large number of the biggest labels in the world like Selador, Desert  Hearts, Digital Structures, Dreaming Awake, Desert Trax, Booka Shade  Music & more. His music reflects stories of love-driven culture and  open-minded ideas, typically featuring melodic and atmospheric textures  infused with a lot of emotion. Luke also has a functional (natural, root  cause) medicine practice as this weaves so beautiful with dance and  music medicine.


Diana  found asana, mindfulness, and breath in 2006. She has  cultivated joy   and gratitude, practicing vinyasa, ashtanga, and  restorative yoga   through injuries, pregnancies, births, deaths, and  rebirths of mind,   body, and spirit.

She   bows deeply to her teachers—Cathy Louise Broda, Brynne Caleda,  and   Annie Carpenter—who gifted Diana with a practice, on and beyond,  the   mat, and the tools to share yoga with others. Over the years, she  has   taught students ages four to 80 in California and Hawaiʻi. Her   practice includes alignment, flow, turning mind off and    body/heart/breath on, playing the edge, backing away from it, dialing    the heat up, dialing it down, and sinking into a good, long savasana.    Diana currently cultivates a home practice and teaches occasionally on    Hawaiʻi Island. You can find her at

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