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Its Aka’uka Time

Saturday 4 June 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Features, Weekend

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Its Aka’uka Time
Rouru Motu, Vaine Tangaroa, Engia Baxter and Merian Noovao. 22060211

Women of all shapes, sizes and ages are shaking and swinging their hips at Aka’uka Time – a dance fitness aerobic workout which embraces and encourages the connecting of new friendship and building stronger bonds between with the love of keeping alive passion for Cook Islands culture.

Women of all shapes, sizes and ages are shaking and swinging their hips at Aka’uka Time – a dance fitness aerobic workout which embraces and encourages the connecting of new friendship and building stronger bonds between with the love of keeping alive passion for Cook Islands culture.


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