Empowering the next generation of female athletes to build confidence and reach their potential.
In Hawaiian, Ka Mana means The Power.
We want the next generation of female athletes to achieve: Ka Mana.
KaMana is a community that celebrates and supports young female athletes so they can be confident in their skin and chase their dreams. In today's world, it is increasingly difficult to be a young female athlete. There is overwhelming pressure from social media, peers, coaches and themselves.
KaMana's workshops give young female athletes the opportunity to build confidence, feel empowered and reach their potential. Championed by Ironwomen Harriet Brown and Lizzie Welborn, this program includes a collaboration of incredible speakers as they share their stories and expert advice.
Lizzie and Harriet explore topics that aren't spoken about enough; Body Confidence, Female Athlete Health & Understanding Your Menstrual Cycle, Nutrition for Athletes, and Performance Habits & Mindset. These interactive workshops will equip girls with the knowledge, skills and confidence to overcome obstacles they may face on their journey in sport.
Through our workshops, girls have the opportunity to:
Hear experiences from elite female athletes who have walked this road before
Discuss the truths about being an athlete, the struggles, how to navigate them and how to be kinder to yourself along the way
Cover important topics all female athletes should know; understand your menstrual cycle, fuel your body and train at your best
Be inspired by Harriet and Lizzie to stay in sport and dream big
Build self confidence to pursue their goals and be comfortable in their own skin
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Meet Harriet & Lizzie
Harriet and Lizzie are passionate about empowering the next generation of female athletes. Combined they have visited over 30 schools around Australia and have worked with over 50 sporting clubs around Australia and overseas. They have had such positive feedback that has led them to create KaMana, a platform to build their community and reach more young female athletes