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Nia Dance - Yael Hochenberg Sun 29 Jul

  • Well-being

Nia is a fun and invigorating body-mind-emotions-spirit movement class that blends the unique chemistry and sensation of dance, healing and martial arts.  Done barefoot to inspiring world music, Nia is a powerful life-force energy generating experience, making the whole body smile and feel ALIVE! 

Nia’s 52 moves are based on the body’s natural design, making it safe and appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.  In class, everybody is invited to move at a pace that supports and honours their own body’s way, while tapping into the soul of Nia, the ‘Joy of Movement’! Nia feels like play, even though it has the benefit of effortlessly increasing fitness levels.  Nia is like chocolate… you just have to taste it to know what it’s like!  Every ‘body’ is welcome.

Yael Hochenberg is a certified Black Belt teacher (advanced level), with an extensive background in dancing, music and healing. Her qualifications include BMus (hons), Premier Prix GSMD, ITEC Holistic Massage, Anatomy and Physiology, Nia Black Belt Teacher, Somatic Exercise Coach

“Nia is the orginal and most advanced form of fusion fitness. An expressive workout, Nia blends martial arts, dance arts, and healing arts into a powerful synergistic workout no isolated exercise technique can match.  Come and join me for a day of this extraordinary 'movement medicine'!” – Yael Hochenberg

£75 including delicious lunch and refreshments.

Participants, please bring water bottle,  wear loose comfortable clothing, with a change of clothes for this active day, bring layers and warm socks, plus a blanket and cushion for relaxation.

Registration 9.00am, coffee on arrival.

Course runs 9.30am - 4.00pm  ending with afternoon tea

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