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By Allen Putterman | November 26, 2014

Several weeks ago, I participated in a charitable event for Giordano Dance Company called "Dancing With the Stars."  Five men and 6 women paired with professional Giordano dancers, and ...

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By Jen Schwerin Nia Black Belt Instructor | November 25, 2014

From the development, combination of movements, musical rhythm,and soul art, to the movement conditioning, Nia really takes me afar physically. It is as enjoyable and relaxing as anything can be. It o...

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By Debbie Rosas | November 25, 2014

Good Morning America, over 800 newspapers and magazines, including Harper’s Bizarre, Self, Shape, and the New York Times know power when then see it, which is what they saw in Nia as a revolutionary barefoot workout.

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By Debbie Rosas | November 25, 2014

A Nia workout is a whole new philosophy—instead of “working out” you’re “working in!”

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By Debbie Rosas | November 25, 2014

Sensing is how we learned to move, stand up and walk; to trust ourselves, the world, and people. Sensing came before conscious thinking.

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By Debbie Rosas | November 25, 2014

I believe we are born Sensation Scientists. Born into an extraordinary body designed to get us to pay attention and listen to the sensations of pain and pleasure. A body designed to function best by saying, “yes” to pleasure, and “no” to pain.

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By Debbie Rosas | October 30, 2014

One of my mom’s friends gave me the best sanitizing advice ever: always carry your old perfume with you and use it to sanitize public toilet seats. I do. Actually, I even do this in my friends' homes.

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