Get ready to move around and get down! Leilani Finau (Crossfit Level I Trainer/NAFC Personal Trainer and Owner, One Condition, LLC., nutrition and fitness training) and Kapiolani Laronal (NAFC Personal Fitness & Youth Fitness Certified) will lead an interactive session that educates participants about the importance of active living and teaches tips for good nutrition, how to integrate physical activity into daily living, and will end with a low impact workout including basic sport conditioning moves, cardio, strength and endurance. Whether you are active or want to be active, you NEED to be active so please join us! This is open to anyone looking for a fun and positive way to empower yourself as an individual as well as support your efforts to strengthen your aiga/ohana all while moving to some good Poly jams.
Facilitators: Leilani Finau and Kapiolani Laronal
- Leilani M. Finau: Haida/Tsimpsian (Eagle/Frog), & Samoan. Leilani has her B.A. in Business Administartion & Minor in Ecological Studies from Seattle University, where she also played collegiate basketball and was captain in her Junior and Senior Years. Leilani went on to play 3 years of Pro-Am basketball with P&P Lady Express and continues to play throughout tribal and First Nations communities. Leilani worked for the Social Justice Community Agency El Centro de la Raza for 7 years developing a strong understanding of community activism and social justice and worked as the Grant Administrator and also a Homeownership Counselor. Leilani has spent the last 9 years as a Sport Conditioning Coach & Personal Trainer working with elite athletes as well as the community at large in various tribal communities such as, Nisqually, Tulalip, and Muckleshoot. Leilani started One Condition LLC in 2011 to work specifically with tribal communities and integrated AdvoCare Nutrition programs in 2012 helping hundreds of people adopt a more healthy and nutritious lifestyle.
- Kapiolani A. Laronal: Haida/Tsimsian (Eagle), Native Hawaiian and Filipino. Kapiolani has a B.A., Sociology at the University of Washington and M.A., Higher Education Administration at the University of Michigan. She has 10 years of experience administering student support services for pre-college and college students. Kapiolani is a Native American Fitness Council Fitness Trainer & Youth Trainer. Kapiolani also worked as a group fitness trainer and wellness coach with the Nisqually Indian Tribe’s “Biggest Winner Challenge” administered by One Condition, LLC. She also enjoys smaller on the ground fitness clinics that support Native Hawaiian and American Indian/Alaskan Native youth training for outrigger canoe races in Washington State. Kapiolani has 10 years of experience competing in national and local level sporting events and has competed in United States Powerlifting Federation (USPF) Powerlifting competitions as well as placed in both national and local National Physique Committee (NPC) Bodybuilding and Physique Competitions in Las Vegas, Hawaii, Washington, Ohio and New Jersey. Additionally, she’s participated in the Hilo World Sprints Championships in 2000 with Hoe Wa’a Kikaha O Ke Kai. She’s also paddled with Lokahi Canoe Club in the 2008 & 2009 Moloka’I Wahine O Ke Kai Long Distance Outrigger Canoe Championships from Moloka`I to `Oahu island. More recently she completed a 15mile Moccasin Lake Challenge, hosted by the Eastern Shoshone tribe.