Every Nia experience will leave you with a deeper understanding of the philosophy and tools of Nia and provide you with a greater appreciation for the moveable structure that is the body.
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) June 23, 2018
For their 35th year, fitness, dance & wellness pioneer, Nia Technique will be hosting a series of trainings at their downtown Portland studio. Attendees from around the world will be in Portland to take part in the trainings which will be moderated and taught by Nia creator Debbie Rosas.
More than just a workout, Nia is a design system for sustainability in the body. The Nia practice is guided by 52 principles integrating movement forms from dance, martial arts and mindfulness. Nia tones your body while transforming your mind and is a holistic fitness and lifestyle practice which address each aspect of your life - body, mind and soul.
Drop-in classes will be open to the public. Nia invites the community to participate in a unique opportunity to dance with fitness pioneer and lifestyle leader Debbie Rosas. Every Nia experience will leave you with a deeper understanding of the philosophy and tools of Nia and provide you with a greater appreciation for the moveable structure that is the body. Classes for the public will be held:
Saturday, June 23rd 10:15 AM
Sunday, June 24th 10:15 AM
Monday, June 25 5:15 PM
Tuesday, June 26 5:15 PM
Wednesday, June 27th 5:15 PM
Thursday, June 28th 5:15 PM
To learn more about the Nia Technique, and Nia trainings, or to book an interview, contact Nia at (503) 245-9886, email pr(at)nianow.com, or visit the headquarter website at http://www.nianow.com.
About Nia: Headquartered in Portland, OR, the Nia Technique is a barefoot workout, practice, and lifestyle enjoyed by thousands of people in over 40 countries. Nia has been pioneering the benefits of holistic fitness through Non-Impact Aerobics since the mid-1980s. Today, Nia offers classes, workshops, training, certifications, books and workout DVDs, as well as products produced with sister brands NiaSounds, NiaWear, and NiaTV. Nia has been featured by hundreds of media outlets including the New York Times, Health Magazine, Self Magazine, Psychology Today, Oprah Magazine, Huffington Post, BBC Today, and The San Francisco Chronicle.
Nia Technique, “Through Movement We Find Health.”