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By Debbie Rosas | August 30, 2013

Over time, reliance on workout shoes weakens the feet. If you’re a long time aerobics student, or runner, you may hesitate to take off your shoes. The myth still exists that you are never suppos...

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Penny Adams
By Penny Adams | August 30, 2013

I grew up in a large family in the beautiful city of Nelson, New Zealand. When I was born, the lower part of my left leg had not developed correctly. By 10 months old I was wearing an artificial leg. ...

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By Nia Technique | August 30, 2013

It’s written all over their faces. Watch how the new Nia Brown Belts shine as they tell us about their recent training. One thing is obvious, Nia is guaranteed to make you smile wider, have...

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Moving to Heal
By Debbie Rosas | August 30, 2013

"My belief is in the blood and flesh as being wiser than the intellect. The body-unconscious is where life bubbles up in us. It is how we know that we are alive, alive to the depths of our souls ...

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Barefootin
By Debbie Rosas | July 25, 2013

Think about this: your foot is a masterful network of 35 joints and 28 bones held together by 120 ligaments and activated by at least 20 muscles. Over 7,000 nerve endings in each foot are constantly s...

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Casey Bernstein Dancing
By Casey Bernstein | July 25, 2013

I was exposed to Nia in 1988 in Syracuse, NY through Dani Riposo. She had just attended the IDEA fitness conference where Debbie and Carlos had presented Nia for the first time. It was at the peak of ...

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Kathy Wolstenholme
By Debbie Rosas | July 25, 2013

Many years ago Kathy Wolstenholme sat with Carlos and I in Portland, Oregon asking to become a Nia trainer. She wanted to take Nia to Cape Town, South Africa. This was a place so far away from my real...

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Vickie Saito
By Vickie Saito | March 13, 2013

Vickie Saito is a Nia Black Belt Teacher and White Belt Trainer. With over 22 years experience in the movement arts, Vickie brings somatic skill and playful self-discovery to each Nia experience. She ...

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Rockets Game Flash Mob - One Billion Rising
By Helen Terry | March 6, 2013

The following post was written by Helen Terry, international Nia Black Belt Teacher and Trainer. Recognized by Origins Magazine as a "Top Inspirer in Texas", Helen is multi-talented wit...

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Sophie Marsh
By Sophie Marsh | March 1, 2013

The following post was written by Sophie Marsh, Nia Black Belt Teacher and White Belt Trainer. Sophie thrives on sharing her contagious passion for Nia, inspiring people to live their authentic j...

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