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Lisa-Gedding

Honoring the Passing of Nia Teacher Lisa Geddings

“No matter what may be happening in my life, or in the world around me, I always choose to look for the promise, the hope, the bright, the beautiful, and the good. And because I look . . . I fin...

Gabrielle Roth

Honoring the Passing of Gabrielle Roth

Yesterday October 22nd 2012; The world, our world, lost a gifted teacher, sage, guide, teacher, and master of the art of living and moving in the body. Gabrielle Roth was a woman of great vision who c...

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When the Body and Spirit Rejoice

The following post is written by Jodie Allenson, who is a White Belt Nia teacher based in Noblesville, Indiana. For centuries, many have realized that the mind/body/spirit connection, the relationshi...

Rhythmwood

Rhythmwood: A 10-Year Vision

The following post is written by Nia Trainer Martha Randall, who is based in Toronto, Canada. "Take me to the places on the earth that teach you how to dance, the places where you can risk ...

Allison-Rivers

An Interview with Allison Rivers Samson

The following interview features Allison Rivers Samson, who is a Brown Belt certified Nia teacher and the creator of Allison's Gourmet. What is your background? I live with my husband, David,...

Erika-Ruber

A Powerful Act: The Integration of Nia and Therapy

The following post is written by Erika Ruber, who is a Black Belt certified Nia teacher and LCSW in Portland, Oregon. Today I experienced a beautiful culmination of my paths as Nia teacher and psycho...

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Dance/Movement Therapy & Nia: More Than Just Dance

This guest post is written by Lori Lynn Meader and Teresa D’Angelo, and was first published in American Dance Therapy Association's newsletter. Have you ever wondered what dance/m...

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Paying It Forward

The following post is written by Daniel Curtis (the son of Nia Trainer Holly Nastasi), who suffered a spinal cord injury in May of 2011. Those interested in donating directly to his cause may do so he...

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New Directions

This guest story is written by Susan Sloan, who is a Nia teacher and trainer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. I followed my passion and became a Nia teacher and trainer. I have been a recruitment...

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Teaching Nia to Kids at StudioNia

This guest post is written by Tahirih Silcock, who is a Nia teacher based in Portland, Oregon. I started my Nia practice a little more than a year ago and had no idea the blessings yet to come. ...

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