So. We're going to visit our granddaughter Maya and her papa, our son, in Sewanee ... and I'm a Nia teacher, and they love to do Nia. Or maybe it's that they love me. Anyway. Before I know it, Joshua is making arrangements for me to teach a Nia class in the Dance Studio at Fowler Center, University of the South. Sewanee TN. - August 20th. 10:30 am. Ask for directions to the studio at the front desk.
Nia and Yoga. Outside. Barefoot. In the grass. BreathÂ and Movement. TODAY!
How does it get any better than this?!
Where: Fourth of July Park,Â
720 W. Mountain Street, Kernersville
Time: 10:00am â€“ 11:00am
Cost: NONEâ€¦but we will accept donations for the Womenâ€™s Karma Yoga Scholarship Fund
created & maintained byÂ www.yogamindset.com
Bring: A mat, a smile, and an open mind ... and water
What is Buti Yoga? Check outÂ www.butiyoga.com
Debbie Rosas and Carlos AyaRosas created Nia almost 35 years ago. I only discovered it in 2012. But it was love at first sight as I stepped in with a PASSION! ... literally... Passion was the first routine I taught. :-)
Take a look/listen as Debbie shares a bit about Nia.
"My hope is that you'll fall in love with movement and being in your body."
That's my hope too! Find out what we're talking about. Feel free to take off your shoes!
Join me at Break'N Out**Â
Tuesdays 5:30 pm
Thursdays 9:00 am
Saturdays 9:00 am
Nia is for everyBody! All ages, genders, body types, and fitness levels are welcome!
Two of my students went to Pittsboro with me Sunday afternoon for a special "Passionate" class with Raleigh Blue Belt Nia Teacher, Laura Ghantous! Over twenty women dancing Adele songs that Laura had adapted from the Nia routine Passion. SO fun! SO JOYful! a room full of smiling sweaty people dancing what we feel passionate about... a community sharing the JOY of movement... each in our own unique body's way.
Lisa and Julie and I talked all the way there and back, strengthening our connection, building our Nia Greensboro community, talking about all the possibilities for sharing Nia. In schools with teenagers, in cancer centers, with mobility challenged adults, with kids, in women's shelters, in retirement centers, in rehabÂ facilities, in colleges. Nia truly is for EveryBODY! And the possibilities for sharing this Joy of Movement Nia practice are endless! Nia's philosophy is "through movement we find health." It's the "Love Your Body, Love Your Life!" workout.