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By Debbie Rosas | February 24, 2015

Feeling Tired, Overwhelmed or Overloaded?Being stressed-out takes a toll on our health. Sure you’d like to take up a meditation practice or exercise more often, but who has the time? We all fee...

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By Liz Crowe | February 11, 2015

Resilience is never about always feeling positive, strong and able.  Resilience is feeling all of those tough emotions, falling, hurting... and getting back up again.In the past year, there has b...

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By Jen Schwerin, Black Belt, China & Adi Goren, Trainer, Israel | January 30, 2015

I think there are gifts to be received from both situations, mirror and no mirror, and much will depend on one's strengths, weaknesses and tendencies as a teacher. I have taught in both. I st...

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By Martha Randall - Nia Faculty | January 13, 2015

(Photo) At Toronto World Pride 2014. Nia teachers and students brought our joy and passion to people from all over the world, sharing Nia in a colourful and exciting way.“Isolate, in order ...

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By Kate Nash | December 24, 2014

In December 2004, I opened my movement studio in a small town called Ventura.  At the time, I was a Nia Blue Belt Instructor with three years of teaching experience. I also had a whole load of en...

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By Sandy Levine | December 22, 2014

When first diagnosed with the movement disorder Cervical Dystonia (also known as Spasmodic Torticollis), I didn't know how to relax my body.  As my upper torso torqued to the left, my entire ...

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By Randee Fox | December 4, 2014

Randee Fox, Nia Faculty and Nia & Horses Trainer receives a gentle massage from her horse Caanie during the July 2014 Nia & Horses® Training.

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By Allen Putterman | November 26, 2014

Several weeks ago, I participated in a charitable event for Giordano Dance Company called "Dancing With the Stars."  Five men and 6 women paired with professional Giordano dancers, and ...

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By Jen Schwerin Nia Black Belt Instructor | November 25, 2014

From the development, combination of movements, musical rhythm,and soul art, to the movement conditioning, Nia really takes me afar physically. It is as enjoyable and relaxing as anything can be. It o...

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By Debbie Rosas | November 25, 2014

Sensing is how we learned to move, stand up and walk; to trust ourselves, the world, and people. Sensing came before conscious thinking.

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