Nia White Belt Training
May 25, 2013 To be Determined in to be determined
About the Nia White Belt
The Nia White Belt Training is the first level of a five-belt training series that presents a body-centered approach to health, wellness and fitness. If you have a desire to share Nia in a professional capacity, the White Belt Training is your entryway into teaching. Those who choose to pursue the path of personal enrichment use this training as a starting point for becoming a master student.
Over the course of one week, you will comprehensively explore physical sensation through five core-competency areas of study including movement, music, anatomy, science and philosophy. This joyful journey into the self is instrumental in helping you develop body knowing by learning to listen, interpret and consciously respond to the information your body communicates to you via sensation. Enroll in an upcoming training today, and positively shape the way you feel, look, think and live.
Upon graduation, you are eligible to become a livelihood member. As a livelihood member, you obtain a teaching license (whether you decide to use it or not) and have exclusive access to an in-depth continuing education program, an online forum, and special benefits and privileges. You may enroll in the Green Belt Training - which is dedicated to the craft of teaching - at any time after completing your White Belt Training. You may also enroll in the next level of training, Blue Belt Training.
Meet the Trainer
- Toronto ,
- Postal Code:
- M5R 3B9
Martha brings over 30 years of experience as a movement artist and teacher to her classes and trainings. Formal training began at York University where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. Throughout her movement career Martha has played and studied in an eclectic range of movement modalities including modern dance, ballet, contact improvisation, Gabrielle Roth's 5 Sacred Rhythms, tai chi and karate, yoga and clowning.
Martha is a dance artist who most recently performed with Claudia Moore's Moonhorse Dance Theatre. She often collaborates with musician and sound therapist Gary Diggins who offers his soulful music at times to her classes. She has offered body awareness classes to educators through the Toronto Board of Education and teaches an expressive arts movement course at the Haliburton School of the Arts. She has also volunteered Nia classes at Gilda's Club, a support centre for women affected by cancer.
"I love to teach Nia and train people through the White Belt intensive so that we can all grow deeper roots and greater pleasure in the dance of our lives!"
Notes About this Training
Start: Saturday, May 25, 2013 - 2:00 pm
End: Friday, May 31, 2013 - 4:00 pm