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Today’s Trend: Going Barefoot

We’ve come a long way baby, and we’ve come all that way barefoot! When we first took off our shoes in Nia, back in 1983, it was a controversial move, but we knew that it felt right. We fel...

Dance to Make a Difference

People—you and I—working  together can make a difference. We can help. We can raise hope, energy and hearts through dance!I love how life puts us exactly where we need to be. For me, ...

History In the Making by Debbie Rosas

Women’s history month couldn’t come at a more synchronistic time for me as I will be presenting at the Mastery Program of Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts this weekend in NYC.Deep,...

Tune-In, Turn-On, Tap-In

Tune-in, in Nia, we learn to listen to our bodies by tuning into physical sensation.  To practice awareness of sensation, prepare and quiet the mind, tune-in to your body, bringing it into union ...

It’s great to be GREEN, GOOD and ECO-CHIC.

St Patrick’s Day – Go Green! The Earth is an amazing design system for sustainability of life. Everywhere we look, from alpine forests to the darkest depths of the ocean, life abounds...

Built on Mutual Respect and Tolerance

StudioNia Santa Fe was opened in 2009 by Nia Faculty Trainer, Holly Nastasi, and Nia White Belt, Jan Pitlak.  From the beginning, they established a studio built on mutual respect and tolerance f...

Living Your Life Purpose

What’s the Big Deal About Having a Life Purpose?No one said you had to have a life purpose.  So what’s the big deal?  There are workshops, books and studies about life purpose ai...

Feel Good, Look Good - 7 Simple Steps

Stress and anger can lead to ill health. Love and positive relationships not only add to our quality of life, they add to our longevity as well.

Still Dancing at 100 Years Old!

Her key to staying young? "...if you're dealing with creative work you're doing something new all the time." --Eileen Kramer

A Horse of a Different Color ~ Introducing the first Nia and Horses® White Belt Training

“A horse’s nature is to ‘mirror’ our movement and energy bodies, a horse’s feedback can inform us of our leadership qualities, teaching styles, and ability to connect to ...

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