1st Alphington Scouts Hall

7 Adams St, Alphington VIC 3078, 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 are 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.

Ist Alphington Scout Hall,7 Adams street Alphington.3078

Day Time Teacher Class Type
Tuesday 10.30 am -11.30 am Mary Jo Straford Classic Nia

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 are 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.

Class Notes

Never tried Nia? – 3 classes for $30 to be used within 6 weeks.

5 class pass for $90/80 con, to be used within 2 months.

Nia Community Members /Licensed Teachers $17 or 5 classes for $80

Casual $20/18 con

Wear comfy clothes. Bring water, a yoga mat and a willingness to connect with your body. Amply car parking

 

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