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Nia Trainers Share the Joy!

By: Co-Founder, Debbie Rosas What a great way to step into 2016! Last week the Nia Training Faculty came together for their very first Trainer’s Summit. What is a Trainer’s Summit? It i...

New Year - Better You!

Are you going to make a New Year’s resolution this year? If you’re like me, resolutions often bring to mind failed attempts at dieting and fruitless commitments to unachievable goals....

Living in Gratitude

Gratitude. We hear this word thrown around frequently, especially when Thanksgiving sneaks up on us here in the U.S.A. And yet, it’s easy to get swept up in the holidays with family and fri...

Fitness Predictions 2016: Mind-Body is Here to Stay!

Here we come 2016! We are nearing the end of 2015, and the fitness industry is predicting fitness trends for the upcoming year. At Nia, instead of following the trends, we choose to follow the sens...

The Biology of Breathing | Body Education

Your body is an amazing, breathing organism! Every day you move through the world maintaining the constant, vital cycle of inhaling and exhaling air. The importance of breath - the way you breathe - t...

Thrive! Take a Dance Break

By Nia co-founder, Debbie Rosas   Manage your daily actions and feelings with movement and you can thrive! Dancing Through Your Life means turning every move you make into something that...

Dancing Through Motherhood

Pregnancy is a uniquely magical and moving experience! Each journey is filled with its own joys and struggles, from back pain and stretch marks to celebration and glowing smiles. Embrace the changes a...

Become Your Own Success Story

Many of us dream to live a life where we are expressing our highest potential. A key to achieving this dream is integrating beneficial lifestyle practices and habits into our day-to-day living. Chec...

The Power of Laughter

Want an easy and natural way to feel better? Try this! Lay down with your back flat on the ground, nose pointing up to the sky. Place both palms on your belly button and take a deep breath into you...

As If | #nianow

A blog by Nia teacher, Beth O’Neall. When I first started dancing Nia, I wore a large black cotton t-shirt and baggy purple pants. I wore this to every class, three times a week, for months. ...

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