Nia, an internationally acclaimed practice for over 30 years.

Nia is now taught in 49 countries around the world. Awakening the senses, Nia teaches you to love your body and your life. Here in Australia, Nia is shared with enthusiasm by a lively community that has grown organically since 2004.

 

Check out the Events page for the latest workshops, gatherings, retreats and trainings Australia-wide. Explore the Blog below for community news and stories.

  • 4th September, 2019 in Nia Practice, Nia White Belt Training

    IS FEAR STOPPING YOU FROM TEACHING Nia?

    Nia White Belt Training is the pathway to becoming a Nia Teacher

    I know you! I know who you are.

    You’re the student in class who teaches in your mind. You already have a class behind you. And in your imagination, you are there teaching them.

    And you love to dance! “I could do this”, you think.

    Then that other little voice comes in. It plants a seed of doubt.

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  • 7th May, 2019 in Music & Videos, Nia 13 Principles, Nia Belt Trainings, Nia White Belt Training

    MUSIC – Nia PRINCIPLE #3

    “If music be the food of love, play on.”    Willliam Shakespeare

    I can’t imagine life without music. 

    Music can make your heart sing or make your heart cry.  Music has the power to bring back such strong memories you feel like you are reliving the moment.  Music is primal, emotive, sensual – it can energise and excite or relax and soothe. 

    And above all … it can make you want to dance!!

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  • 4th March, 2019 in Body-Mind, Nia Practice, Nia White Belt Training

    LOVE THE SKIN YOU ARE IN

    Love the skin you are in!

    It’s a simple statement filled with gratitude for the body that you have now. Yet as simple as it may seem, the embodiment of this statement is sometimes easier said then done.

    For as long as I can remember, I have been experiencing the ups and downs of the relationship I have with my body. On some days I feel confident and completely at ease with my body. While other days I look down at my body with displeasure and frustration, spending the day avoiding mirrors, for I know I will not like what I see.

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