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By Debbie Rosas | October 29, 2014

Listening to healing sound vibration naturally alters the vibration of consciousness in ways that reduce stress, and leave you feeling peaceful, centered, and energized.

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By Debbie Rosas | October 27, 2014

MOVE OF THE MONTH: Touching

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By Debbie Rosas | October 27, 2014

I slough, buff, brush, cleanse, tone, and moisturize, but despite my best efforts, there are some things my skin is just going to do, like sag. Why? Because skin loves to grow. It doesn’t seem to matter how educated I am, or what my financial or social status is, my skin is going to grow!

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By Lynett Putterman | October 22, 2014

In this story, I'd like to share something very important about Nia, especially for instructors. I'm a black belt from Chicago and have been teaching five classes a week since 2002. On June 21...

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By Sophia Smith | September 30, 2014

It's particularly good for the morale, when women have been through undermining and dispiriting times, as it allows for a quintessentially feminine expression in a supportive environment.

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By Debbie Rosas | September 30, 2014

This month, we’re featuring Nia Sounds from the workout Unplugged. What’s the sound? Beat and rhythm, the perfect vibration to grab your spirit and get you moving from the ground up. Liste...

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By Debbie Rosas | September 30, 2014

Nothing quite matches the moves that come to life when the simplicity of sound comes from the voice of the drum. Primal, captivating, stirring; drumming is the universal language of life. MOVE OF THE MONTH: UNDULATION

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By Debbie Rosas | September 30, 2014

Help us celebrate people who deserve to be honored for their greatness. Who do you nominate?

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By Holly Nastasi | September 30, 2014

Sarah Ramirez, Nia Black Belt, is a Sacred Athlete among us, inspiring many with her passion and vision for change in Tulare County, CA. Sarah has been spotlighted through CNN Heroes and was featured on Morning Edition on NPR. Can you guess which Nia principle has helped to shape and inspire Sarah's dream of health equity and social change?

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