runner on a trail in Hawaii
runner on a trail in Hawaii

Performance

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Embark on immersive journeys of self-discovery to activate the body, nourish the mind, and enrich the soul. Inspired by an awareness of one’s hā (breath) – the foundation of life and the key to healthy routines, the Performance program focuses on progression-based fitness and training elements.

Yoga

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All Levels Beachside Yoga

Reset, rejuvenate and retreat to a collection of beachside yoga and meditation rituals.

  • Available 7 days a week
  • Location: Surf Shack
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Floating Yoga

Perfect for anyone who has never stepped on a paddleboard or taken a yoga class, as well as anyone with yoga and stand-up paddleboarding experience. The class will begin on the beach, teaching safety and basic stand-up paddleboarding yoga principles. On the water, we will incorporate a mindful flow in modified sun salutations and work on various standing poses while learning how to adjust our yoga practice to the water.

  • Available Tues, Fri
  • Location: Surf Shack
Mauna Lani underwater rock running

Intro to Underwater Rock Running

Discover the power of underwater rock running - an incredible way to improve your overall endurance and increase lung capacity. This form of hypoxic training forces the body to learn how to work better even when the regular, consistent supply of oxygen isn't available. Using swell intervals to time yourself underwater puts you in touch with the sea's rhythms and provides a good discipline.
  • Advance reservations required

  • Location: Surf Shack

Kainalu X-training

Waterman Performance Training

High-Intensity Interval Training: Strength, Endurance, Mobility, Performance Breathing. Maximize your training.
  • Advance reservations required

  • Location: Surf Shack

Running & Hiking

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Running & Hiking

For centuries, Hawaiians circumnavigated the island on a seaside route. Parts of this path still exist, preserved as the Ala Kahakai, National Historic Trails. The section from Mauna Lani to Honoka‘ope Bay overlooks jagged sea cliffs, sparkling bays, and a secluded black sand beach. Head inland to encounter one of Hawaii's most extensive petroglyph fields. The 223-acre Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve boasts more than 3,000 carvings etched into lava rock, many dating back to 1200 AD.

woman on a sunrise power walk at mauna lani

Morning Power Walk

This self-guided adventure is a wonderful way to get the blood flowing and energy moving while exploring this diverse property. Ponds, beaches, caves and more are along the walk that will welcome in the new day at Mauna Lani.

Swimming

woman practicing open water swimming

Morning Ocean Swim Clinic

Our Kainalu Pros and Ocean Safety Personnel will help get you swimming comfortably in the open ocean, and guide seasoned swimmers on a beautiful swim in Makaiwa Bay. Gain confidence and take your swimming to the next level.

  • Advance reservations required
  • Location: Surf Shack
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Learn to Swim Again Clinic

Get comfortable with our Kainalu Pros before venturing out in the ocean. The clinic covers all the basics and keeps it simple so you can spend more time enjoying the wonderful ocean fronting Mauna Lani.

  • Based on Availability
  • 50 mins
  • Location: Surf Shack

Kainalu Sports

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