FAB Choreography & The 52 Moves
Event Type: Workshop
Start: Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 6:30am
End: Sunday, April 3, 2011 at 6:00pm
Notes About This Event
Get ready to join Nia Co-Creator Debbie Rosas and Next Generation Trainer (NGT) Kevin VerEecke for the 52 Moves FAB (for all belts)! This FAB is for all Nia teachers and graduates. Master the art of moving and teaching the Nia 52 Moves that form the choreography for all Nia routines!
- Study the science, craft and art of the 52 Moves.
- Learn The Body’s Way of the 52 Moves.
- Discover how to add all nine energy personalities into each of the 52 Moves.
- Learn how to condition the body with the 52 Moves.
- Learn the art of conscious personal training (CPT) through the 52 Moves.
- Gain 52 Moves language and teaching skills to provide benefits that support any sport or recreational activity.
- Learn how to share the 52 Moves in an athletic, healing and special application setting.
- Move, dance, share, explore and isolate to integrate to master the moves.
- Learn how attention to detail will help you gain insights into how you can personally and consciously control what you do.
- Discover how to physically create a positive affect on your body’s autonomic nervous system and its two branches: the sympathetic nervous system (which activates heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, tension, etc.) and the parasympathetic nervous system (which relaxes and is opposite to the sympathetic system).
- Discover why the sympathetic nervous system is one of the major systems for mind/body communication and healing.
- Learn to facilitate biofeedback responses using self-referral as a biofeedback loop. This enables you to make choices, see the outcome of those choices, and adjust choices to positively affect the autonomic nervous system.
- Understand how a constant state of inner work can stimulate the creative unconscious and give you the freedom to review and witness their previous choices to make better ones.
If you are a teacher, learn how you can help your students witness and review their choices. Guide them to solve problems using a more personal process, enhancing their self-esteem and improving their body image.