Nia is for everyone, from the unfit to athletes and dancers. No dancing or exercise experience is needed. Nia can be adapted to give everyone the chance to challenge their co-ordination, grace, endurance and flexibility.
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As I busily sharpen pencils, label notebooks and individually reflect on the names of my students in third grade, a sense of awe descends. These families are entrusting their most precious gifts into my care and tutelage over the next nine months.
For some time, I could only recall one long period of time in my adult life when I saw myself as beautiful. It was when I was expecting my first son. I was invincible and everything was possible.
I was born to move! In fact, I have been moving my whole life. I had no idea my worlds as an athlete and fitness guru would one day collide and synchronistically click with my life as a mind-body psychotherapist. But in 1995, they did!
Portland, Oregon, is fully into the swing of fall. The sunny, cool days help me appreciate the transition into a new weather season and a new season of projects. I love diving into new projects. I’m working on one now. It’s called TAP: The Awakening Project. More details coming soon but first, let me tell you what’s in my heart at this moment.
Win a monthly unlimited class card for NIA worth R750.
By doing Nia, people learn to hold themselves better and in turn, this helps them to feel better about who they are.