I feel I was destined to teach Nia! Hayley has completed the White Belt, Blue Belt and 52 Moves training. She offers weekly classes in Launceston, Tasmania.
I have always been athletic and yearn to move my body. In 2007 I fell in love with Contemporary Dance, then explored 5 Rhythms and other forms of dance. In 2017 I stumbled across Nia in a yoga magazine and I knew straight away I had found something very special.
Nia is an amazing technique to condition your body, self-heal and express your true essence. I love the feeling of JOY that Nia brings to your whole body, mind and spirit.
Hayley brings her passion for movement, vitality and self-expression to her Nia classes. She invites you to explore the MAGIC of your inner joy and body wisdom; and to let your spirit soar!
Come and join our lovely growing Nia community in Tasmania.
Pricing and Details
CLASSES ARE DURING SCHOOL TERMS ONLY
Term 1 : Mon 4 Feb – Fri 12 Apr
Term 2 : Mon 29 Apr – Fri 5 Jul
Term 3 : Mon 22 Jul – Fri 27 Sep
Term 4 : Mon 14 Oct – Fri 6 Dec
Mon 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Windmill Hill Hall
18A High St
$ 15 casual class, $12 concession
$120 (10 x class), $100 (10 x class conc)
1ST CLASS FREE
For more info contact Hayley :
Facebook: Sacred Nia Tasmania
Mobile: 0408 672 194
|Classic Nia||7:30pm - 8:30pm Monday|
Windmill Hill Hall
18a High Street, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia
For Nia feel free to wear any exercise or comfortable clothing that makes you feel good and free to move. Bring along a water bottle and a towel or yoga mat if you have one.
Nia is designed to be practised barefoot. If there is any physical reasons not to practise barefoot, soft sole shoes can be worn.
Classic Nia is a joyful, low impact, movement class inspired by soul-stirring music. Nia’s unique blend of martial arts, dance and mindfulness gives you an energising cardio workout that benefits – body, mind, emotions, and spirit. You will be guided to listen to your body and practice being with sensations of pleasure and ease. Adaptable for all ages and fitness levels. Nia meets you where you’re at and invites you to move in your own body’s way.