Through Movement We Find Health
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) March 16, 2019
Inspired by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Awareness Month in March, Nia Technique is proud to support this national campaign with a free 14-Day Wellness Program geared towards self-healing and feeling better when living with a long- or short-term illness.
Participants will have access to 14 customized fitness videos, guided daily challenges, wellness pointers and peer support from a global community when they sign into Nia Technique's streaming platform, NiaTV.fit. Pre-registration for the NiaTV Art Of Self-Healing 14-Day Wellness Program will start on Friday, March 22nd. The program will officially begin Friday, March 29th and will end on Friday, April 12th.
The purpose of this program is to utilize Nia Technique’s unique approach to holistic health and fitness in order to use movement as a compliment to your prescribed treatments for MS and other short- and long-term physical challenges. Nia uses the design and function of the body to guide participants on how to move and feel better. Our special wellness program has been devised to fit a person's individual daily needs by teaching them how to listen to their body, gain pain relief, and explore the restorative power of movement.
We invite everyone to join us on a 14-day wellness program geared towards long-term self-healing for the body, mind, and spirit.
To book an interview or learn more about Nia Technique and the Nia Art Of Self-Healing 14-Day Wellness Program, contact Nia at (503) 245-9886, email pr(at)nianow(dot)com, or visit our 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.”