Join Alii Athletic Club Fitness Classes

Join our fitness classes with our in-house trainer Morgan Torres.  Morgan is certified in Personal Training, Fitness Instruction, Tai Chi and Yoga.  She brings her knowledge and passion for fitness creating special programs for you.

Morgan Farnsworth Alii Athletic Club TrainerClass Schedule

Monday – 7:15 – 8:10 am Cardio Circuit

Tuesday – 10:30 – 11:25 am Mat Pilates

Wednesday – 7:15 – 8:10 am Aerobic & Toning

Thursday – 10:30 – 11:25 am Glutes & Abs

Friday – 7:15 – 8:10 am Resistance Bands

Class Descriptions

Cardio Circuit

This fat burning workout takes you through a variety of cardio and strength training exercises to maximize your calorie burn.  Each circuit includes 3-4 exercises for the hips, glutes, thighs, abs and upper body followed by cardio.

Mat Pilates

An exercise system focused on improving flexibility, strength, and body awareness, without necessarily building bulk. Two of the key elements of Pilates are core muscle strength and spinal alignment.

Glutes & Abs

Exercises that are focused on the different angles of the glutes and abdominals for toning and lifting.

Stretch & Power

Yoga based poses held for a long period of time to develop strength followed by deep stretching. Great if you need to work on flexibility.

Each class is $15/person.  Private instruction also available.

For more information about the Alii Athletic Club Fitness Classes call (808) 667-1400.

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Couture Comes to Maui

Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) brings couture to Maui with “Hawaii’s Alfred Shaheen: Fabric to Fashion” Exhibition and Couture Hawaii Fashion Show.

Alfred Shaheen's Monstera

The Couture Hawaii Fashion Show on Saturday, September  3, 2011 will feature the latest collection of aloha wear and couture fashions from well-known Hawaii Designers, including Anne Namba from Oahu, Maggie Coulombe from Maui, Bernard Foong of Honolulu and more.  The University of Hawaii – Maui College’s Couture Club student collection will also be shown.  Pre-show activities include displays from vendors of fashion and accessories made in Hawaii as well as catered appetizers, cocktails and DJ dance music.  Fashion show will be held at the Yokouchi Pavilion Courtyard from 6pm to 8pm.  Tickets are $35 for general admission and $100 for the VIP package.  For tickets, call the MACC Box Office at (808) 242-7469 or visit MauiArts.org.

Alfred Shaheen's Pua Nani
September 4th through October 29th, 2011 you can view “Hawaii’s Alfred Shaheen: Fabric to Fashion” exhibit at the Schaefer International Gallery.  This traveling exhibition organized by the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is the first major retrospective of Hawaii’s textiles and aloha wear manufactured by Alfred Shaheen on the island of Oahu, 1950s-1970s.

Alfred Shaheen's Spear Fishermen Shirt

Spanning Alfred Shaheen’s 40-year career, the exhibit features a stunning collection of the garments that capture the island style and cultural history of Hawaii.  Shaheen pioneered a silk-screening method, professionally trained his City of Craftsmen, and mined the visual iconography of Hawaii’s mutli-ethnic community to create a new design aesthetic.  Exhibit open Wednesday – Sunday from 11am – 5pm.  Admission is free.  For more information about the exhibit visit MauiArts.org.

Photos courtesy of Camille Shaheen Tunberg.

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Guest Review From TripAdvisor

Visitor from Atascadero, California

“Perfect for Families”

We stayed here with our 2 kids (ages 2 1/2 and 6 mos) for 10 days.  The condo was fabulous – 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a full, equiped kitchen.  Sits directly in between the Westin and Marriot on Kaanapali Beach.  Bring a stroller for little ones, and you can walk everywhere.  The pools are perfect, and there is even a kiddie pool that’s 18 inches deep.  My brother and his family stayed at the Westin (which is also superb if you want a regular hotel room) and his kids liked our pool better (ages 2 1/2 and 1 yr).  The outside barbeque area is wonderful, beach front and equipped (paper plates, utensiles, napkins, etc) so you just bring your food and drinks down and grill practically right on the beach.

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