24 episodes

The Holoholo was created to start a conversation with women + men from Hawaii about their creative pathways and pursuits. With each episode, this podcast connects with artists, filmmakers, musicians, designers and young professionals to look at how their unique upbringing in paradise influences their work. Being from Hawaii ourselves, we know how special it is to call our little islands HOME and how your career and passions in life can sometimes push you to move elsewhere to pursue your dreams. The Holoholo is a way to stay connected with these leaders and taste-makers.

The Holoholo The Holoholo Podcast

    • Arts
    • 4.6 • 21 Ratings

The Holoholo was created to start a conversation with women + men from Hawaii about their creative pathways and pursuits. With each episode, this podcast connects with artists, filmmakers, musicians, designers and young professionals to look at how their unique upbringing in paradise influences their work. Being from Hawaii ourselves, we know how special it is to call our little islands HOME and how your career and passions in life can sometimes push you to move elsewhere to pursue your dreams. The Holoholo is a way to stay connected with these leaders and taste-makers.

    Pā Ana A Ka Lā : Owner of Creative Agency, Aloha Friday , Tahiti Huetter

    Pā Ana A Ka Lā : Owner of Creative Agency, Aloha Friday , Tahiti Huetter

    Tahiti Huetter is a creative consultant and cycling instructor based in Honolulu, Hawaii. With a background in photography and design, Tahiti has built an extensive portfolio working with brands from around the world. Tahiti is the visionary behind Aloha Friday, a multi-disciplinary creative studio specializing in brand development.  Born and raised in the islands, Tahiti has always had a deep love for Hawaii and its raw, natural beauty. After spending several years in New York City developing her talents in media production, Tahiti returned home with skills she acquired from various lifestyle and beauty brands.

    After a traumatic breakup, Tahiti took up indoor cycling and fitness as a way to empower and heal.  A year later she became a certified cycling instructor, developing classes that are both physically challenging and mentally recharging; all routines are paired with energetic and heart-clearing music.  Encouraging you to always outdo your previous ride, she crafts classes that leave you sweaty, grounded and most of all empowered. Classes are currently on hold.  However! Tahiti is currently developing and finalizing plans to open a studio in the Spring of 2021 in Kailua called Rhythm Society.  Rhythm Society is a candlelit, music-motivated cycling studio dedicated to breath, awareness & collective wellbeing.  Tahiti believes that when the power of mind-body connection is made during movement it can both heal and transform us for the better.

    Rooted in personal development and creating a deeper connection to self, Tahiti cultivates intentional living through wellness and design. Her interests and pursuits serve as an extension to her life long commitment to healing, developing a deep relationship of self-love, and working on practices to heal and serve the collective planet and its inhabitants.

    This site serves as a platform to share recipes, musings, travels, thoughts, and creative pursuits.   You can also find her on a monthly reoccurring segment on KHON2’s lifestyle show, Living 808.

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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Imua: Owner & Stylist at the Foundry Salon, Mahina Ho Boersma

    Imua: Owner & Stylist at the Foundry Salon, Mahina Ho Boersma

    Hui! On this episode Bianca and Virgi sit down with owner of The Foundry Salon in Kailua, Mahina. We take a dive into Mahina's childhood where her interest in hair first started, what life was like after her parents death, and her drive to keep moving forward to pursue her passion. Check out the links below to make an appointment with Mahina or any stylist at the Foundry, and follow her social to see what's happening in the salon. Stay tuned at the end for our NEW genealogy portion of the interview! Mahalo for tuning in every other Sunday! 

    The Foundry Salon 

    Web: foundrysalon.com

    Insta: @foundryco.op @mbhair @heenz 

    Music: Don Ho, "Tiny Bubbles" 

              Don Ho, "You'll Never Go Home" 

    President of Sound Engineering: Aren Souza

    Contact: helloholoholo@gmail.com 

    xx Shoots


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ho'omau: Catch up with Bianca

    Ho'omau: Catch up with Bianca

    Catch the latest and greatest with our main B 3


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Huliau: Catch Up with Virgi

    Huliau: Catch Up with Virgi

    Checking in with Virgi to hear the latest and greatest.

    @virginiaparesa


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    • 59 min
    Mo'olelo: Writer & Editorial Director at Nella Media Group, Matthew Dekneef

    Mo'olelo: Writer & Editorial Director at Nella Media Group, Matthew Dekneef

    Matthew is the managing editor at Nella Media Group, working with writers and photographers on local, national, and international stories for print and digital. Born and raised on Oʻahu, he graduated from Chapman University in Orange County, California where he later worked in both the editorial and creative departments for entertainment news and trade sites in Los Angeles. He’s served as the deputy editor for Hawaii Magazine, the associate editor for the Honolulu Weekly, and has been a regular contributor to FLUX Hawaii covering arts, design, and culture.

    @mattdknf




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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Olelo O Ke Aloha: Professional Actor, Keola Simpson

    Olelo O Ke Aloha: Professional Actor, Keola Simpson

    You need to know Keola! 

    Insta: @keolasimpson


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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

lippedstockings ,

Shakas from an NYC grandma

These are the mindful and hilarious conversations I needed :) You gals are awesome

jenileabedelia ,

Shakas from Chicago!

Perfect for a Hawaiʻi gal in the Midwest who misses talk story! When the Consolidated Theatres intro theme started I laughed so hard I cried. Binging all these now. Chee!!

E.T. Johnson ,

Excellent podcast!!

Outstanding content!! 5 stars!! (Plus secret bonus “sixth star” to offset earlier 4 star review!)

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