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Moving To Heal

Moving To Heal

September 30, 2017 Dallas, Texas in Dallas, Texas, US

Art of Self Healing
Art of Self Healing

About Moving To Heal

Designed with the unifying theme of healing, Moving to Heal (MTH) teacher training provides you with the knowledge and skills to deliver therapeutic benefits to students through the Nia class experience. Founded on the art of movement and the philosophy of The Body's Way, you will learn techniques to adapt Nia therapeutically and how to successfully engage people using Nia movement and Dancing Through Life principles to feel better. Topics covered includ

Designed with the unifying theme of healing, Moving to Heal (MTH) teacher training provides you with the knowledge and skills to deliver therapeutic benefits to students through the Nia class experience.

Founded on the art of movement and the philosophy of The Body's Way, you will learn techniques to adapt Nia therapeutically and how to successfully engage people using Nia movement and Dancing Through Life principles to feel better.

Topics covered include philosophy of healing and The Body's Way, sensation science, somatic anatomy, Nia movement, and how to work with music to enhance a therapeutic movement experience. The training places specific emphasis on the ethics of healing and compassionate leadership while considering the needs of diverse students, e.g., cancer patients, Parkinson's Disease, trauma recovery, or healing post-injury. The course includes topics on business and marketing.

Upon successful completion of the Moving to Heal program including the training and independent assignments you will receive a certificate of completion authorizing you to teach the Moving to Heal class program.

Meet the Trainer

Jule Aguirre

Nia Teacher Trainer
Offering Nia Moving to Heal Trainings and Nia White Belt Trainings worldwide! Jule Aguirre M.Ed., LPC, NCC, is a Mind-Body Psychotherapist and Somatic Educator + Trainer with the International Nia Training Faculty. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Jule MOVES body-mind integrators, urban athletes and adventurers in wellness with her unique approach to blending conscious movement, body-mind awareness, and integrative psychotherapy to dynamically st

Offering Nia Moving to Heal Trainings and Nia White Belt Trainings worldwide!

Jule Aguirre M.Ed., LPC, NCC, is a Mind-Body Psychotherapist and Somatic Educator + Trainer with the International Nia Training Faculty. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Jule MOVES body-mind integrators, urban athletes and adventurers in wellness with her unique approach to blending conscious movement, body-mind awareness, and integrative psychotherapy to dynamically stimulate self actualization and transformation through her global trainings, classes, workshops and private sessions. 

As a Licensed & Nationally Certified Psychotherapist, Jule's gift is being able to integrate the wisdom of The Nia Technique’s somatic movement practice with her counseling skill to form an integrative, therapeutic program of wellness, personal growth,  empowerment, and healing. Jule prolifically presents her work of integrative psychotherapy and holistic movement (both publicly + privately) through her mind-body integrative wellness practice, helping individuals seeking personal growth, self-actualization, transformation & integration of all parts of the self, to be realized, and delivers “movement as medicine” to those living with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, short and long-term illness, and chronic pain.

Named by ORIGIN Magazine as one of the nation’s TOP Leaders Who Inspire, Jule has the education, training and experience to help integrative wellness seekers masterfully craft their purpose and potential, activating their unique gifts and empowering them to fully 'plug IN' to joy, conditioning, healing, conscious awareness, freedom, creativity, integration of all parts of the self and mastery of their body and life!

Wellness-seekers ready to take their body & life to the NEXT level, can tap in to one of Jule's transformational experiences!  Her classes are enlivening!  Her personalized private sessions activate ‘YOU, fully embodying YOU!’  ...and her trainings offer transformational tools to help students step in to mastery of their body & life!  Learn more at www.juleinthelotus.com!

Experience Highlights:  Hospice • Chronic Pain Management • Compassion Fatigue •  Hemophilia Federation of America •  National MS Society • The Healing Place/Cancer Support • Moving Arts Performance;

Affiliations:  Texas Board of Examiners for Professional Counselors • National Board of Certified Counselors •  Baylor-Tom Landry Medical Wellness Center •  Cooper Wellness Center • Wanderlust •  WholeFoods • Nortel •  Warner Music Group • Paramount Pictures • Southern Methodist University • University of North Texas • Dallas Community College District • Texas/New Mexico Hospice Organization • Red Mountain Resort

Notes About this Training

Dates

Start: Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 8:00 am
End: Sunday, October 1, 2017 - 6:00 pm

Location

Dallas, TX, United States
Movement as Medicine As Dr. Christiane Northrup says, “I love Nia! It’s a total mind, body, spirit celebration.” Dr. Bernie Siegel says, “Nia is both therapeutic and enjoyable. The movements feel natural and open up insights and feelings that will make you feel like you are discovering yourself in a new way.” Dr. Lissa Rankin, author of Mind Over Medicine explains, “My colleagues in the healing professions recommend Nia to their clients with body im

Movement as Medicine

As Dr. Christiane Northrup says, “I love Nia! It’s a total mind, body, spirit celebration.” Dr. Bernie Siegel says, “Nia is both therapeutic and enjoyable. The movements feel natural and open up insights and feelings that will make you feel like you are discovering yourself in a new way.” Dr. Lissa Rankin, author of Mind Over Medicine explains, “My colleagues in the healing professions recommend Nia to their clients with body image issues (such as eating disorders), not just because the movement can be tailored to the sickest body or the buffest one, but because Nia celebrates the body, just as it is, in all its richness, and can be part of the therapeutic equation.” 

What is Nia Moving to Heal? Nia is an internationally acclaimed movement and lifestyle practice taught in more than 51 countries worldwide in a variety of settings including high schools, fitness centers, and hospitals. For over thirty-five years Nia has been helping people to use movement to feel better in their body, and helping people with short and long term illness benefit by using movement as part of their prescription for healing. 

Nia Moving to Heal is ‘Movement as Medicine’ and is for anybody seeking a gentler movement practice to compliment and facilitate healing of body, mind, emotions, and spirit. “Healing” as defined by Nia is defined simply by “I feel better.” Students learn how to personalize movement to adapt to their comfort and health needs. Chairs are even made available for students to utilize for maximum stability, pleasure, and comfort.

Nia Moving to Heal teaches people to listen to the voice of the body,  sensation. Sensation is a tool for self-healing. Sessions begin with a body awareness walk (or seated as needed) and ends with body gratitude. Students are guided through a mindful movement experience using Nia’s 7 class cycles beginning with a focus and intent, warm up, mindful movement, cool down, movement on the floor (or chair) and consciously stepping out. Each session culminates in a “Dancing Through Life” tip – to bring the self-healing focus into the individuals’ daily lives.

For over 35 years Nia has been helping people to use movement to feel better in their body, and helping people with short and long term illness benefit by using movement as part of their prescription for healing, whether it be anxiety/depression, cancer, chronic pain, arthritis, Parkinson’s, brain injuries, eating disorders, etc., use Moving to Heal to step in to your body's healing potential!

Nia has been featured in Psychology Today, The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, The Globe and Mail, BBC Online, Psychologies Magazine, Huffington Post, American Way, and hundreds of other publications and websites praising its benefits as an applied science that has fundamentally changed people’s bodies and lives using pleasure and sensation for healing and sustainability in a body. What makes Nia so adaptable is that all methodologies and approaches to movement are based on what we call The Body’s Way, which is a method of using and moving the body in accordance with its natural design and function. Participants are taught to make choices and decisions to meet their individual needs, are supported in doing so by learning embodied somatic techniques to self-guide and become mindful of how their bodies are feeling, and making choices to feel better. Over time they become fluent in reading the body, gaining body literacy, which gives them the tools to observe signs of health and unhealthy. 

THIS TRAINING IS FOR EVERYBODY--Whether you enter this training for your own healing practice, or if you are on a path to teaching Nia Moving to Heal Classes (Nia White Belt Training + License to teach are required prerequisites to teach the Nia Moving to Heal Program).

Learn more at www.juleinthelotus.com.  

Training Cost: $299

$99.00 registration fee + $200.00 instruction fee

PLEASE NOTE: A $99.00 (USD) Registration Fee is required to reserve your space. The instructional fee of the Training (plus any applicable taxes) will be collected by your Trainer. Please note: some trainings may be subject to additional taxes when required by law.