A study says native hawaiians dance to lower the blood pressure, quite effectively. It's called hula, their cultural dance.
The rates of heart disease and stroke are four times higher among Native Hawaiians than in non-Hispanic whites, and they also get these diseases 10 years younger than whites and Asians in Hawaii.
In the study, people whose BP didn't drop to an ideal range after medical treatment were arranged for Hula dance twice a week, one hour per session. In three months, their BP came down to 130/80.