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Hawaiian Kona Isle directress Carole Stockton has been dancing since her earliest recollection. Born and raised in Hawaii, she studied ballet, tumbling, ballroom, Middle Eastern and Flamenco dancing. However, her heart and spirit has always been with Hawaiian/Polynesian dancing. As a youngster, she received early training at the neighborhood recreation center studying with kumu hula Blossom Kaipo in Wahiawa, Oahu. For a while she put dancing aside for her education and a career as a teacher.

Now as a retired school teacher, she is able to fulfill her dreams of the in-depth study of Polynesia, choreographing new dance routines, and devoting time to her business and the community. She returns to her home at least once a year to study with her kumu hula and friend Iwalani Tseu.