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Three Fun Ways to Stay Fit at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa

posted on August 6th, 2014 by Tyler Slater, Public Relations Manager, Disney Destinations


A vacation can mean a variety of things for different people, and Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, has something for everyone. For guests looking to staying in shape during their visit, the Mikimiki Fitness Center is a state-of-the-art health club that offers a wide variety of weights and cardio equipment. In addition, Aulani offers energizing classes daily for all fitness needs – some even outdoors on the beach – as well as Certified Personal Trainers to help you continue your personal training programs. Here are a few of the activities currently at the resort:

1. Group Spinning – If you enjoy spin classes at home, then you’ll love Group Spinning at Aulani. Not only is this fitness class a great workout for experts, it’s a perfect introduction for beginners! No matter your experience level, I promise you’ll feel the burn after this class.

2. Paddle Fitness – One of the newest fitness classes offered at Laniwai Spa, Paddle Fitness is a unique and fun way to workout! Paddle boards are set up indoors, so no need for swimwear, but be ready to increase your strength, balance, coordination and conditioning.

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3. Sunrise Yoga – Start your day watching the beautiful Hawaiian sunrise and improving your health, mental awareness and balance. Sunrise Yoga is one of the most popular fitness programs at Aulani, and it is one of my personal favorites! Even if you are a newcomer to yoga, like myself, this is the perfect way to energize for the day. If you are familiar with yoga, Hatha and Vinyasa are the two styles practiced in this specific class.

After your workout, relax in the whirlpool spas at ‘Alohi Point while savoring the gentle ocean breeze. One last tip: check The Daily ‘Iwa for beach workout and bootcamp schedules, and to see which fitness classes require a reservation before you plan your day!

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James on August 7th, 2014 at 6:25 pm

I just don’t see flying across the country and then across the Pacific to exercise like that – when my family vacations we relax, enjoy the beach, site see and enjoy dining at restaurants the gym is always at home…

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Jared on August 11th, 2014 at 4:40 pm

We vacationed at the Aulani June 2014 and were disappointed by the limited selection of weight stations in the Mikimiki Fitness Center (compared to our first stay back in 2012 when the resort first opened). There are plenty of cardio machines, but the space is lacking in weight machines … hardly state of the art compared to other Hawaii resort gyms. Hopefully additional weight machines are coming in the future? Otherwise, the Laniwai Spa is awesome, as is the Aulani Resort overall.

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