Pronunciation and Meaning of NA’AU

NA’AU pronounced (“nah-ow”) is a Hawaiian word  defined as the heart and mind. It translates to “of belonging to a current; for a period of time to channel and flow this life force (mana).”

Our kinetic energy is generated from our NA’AU intelligence (chi-center/core) and can be accessed at any time by living in the present. We can apply our mindfulness to reach fitness goals and engage in smart, efficient training.

The NA’AU mindset produces lasting results, enhances the experience of exercise, feels better on the body and mind, and reduces the amount of time needed for recovery.

NA’AU’s approach to improving fitness and overall health is to train from a centered space of  intention and awareness to increase proficiency of movement and take conscious action toward personal wellness.



NA’AU Fitness is committed to improving the quality of life for  clients by providing them with the knowledge, skills, and resources to be physically active and sustain positive health-related behaviors.


NA’AU Fitness strives to be a leader and advocate in health promotion programs that are results-oriented, evidence-based, accessible, affordable, and culturally appropriate,  to enhance the health and wellbeing of the individual and communities.

 Core Values

  • Provide quality services that are safe and purposeful.
  • Collaborate with clients on individualized wellness plans.
  • Nurture personal growth and celebrate client successes.
  • Be honest and show integrity, through, communications and actions.
  • Be knowledgeable and professional through continuing education, and understanding current trends and best practices.
  • Influence lasting change through education and autonomy.
  • Foster self-responsibility through intentional actions resulting in positive behavioral outcomes.
  • Build confidence and self-efficacy through successful goal achievement.
  • Develop capacity and sustainability within the framework of community health.
  • Create a fun and approachable environment that is client-centered to, increase functional capacity and overall well-being.

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Quote of the Month

"Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states." --Carol Welch

Fitness Fact!

Change your exercise routine every 4-6 weeks to prevent training plateaus – For example, manipulate the training variables, such as the amount of weight, number of sets or repetitions and rest periods between sets and sessions. Changing one or all of your exercises can make a huge difference and give you measurable progress in strength, power and sport performance. Adding something new can also decrease your risk of injury and keep you motivated to stick with your exercise program. Keep your workouts varied. Have fun and stay interested!
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