Life will throw you curve balls when you least expect it. You may find yourself injured and unwell, either physically or mentally. Regardless of age, gender, or size, you are likely to not feel on you’re A-game all the time. The good news is, is that there are natural, physical ways in which can assist you in your healing journey to ensure you get back onto your feet in no time. This blog will be talking to you about how you can improve your health with the healing properties that Nia Dance has to offer. Whether you can participate in Hamilton, Raglan or online, there are no limits to making 2022 your healthiest year yet.
How Nia Dance’s Healing Properties Can Positively Impact Your Life
Long-term stress can negatively impact your life, by contributing to heart disease, obesity and high blood pressure. Nia Dance alleviates all anxiety and stress that your body grasp’s onto and help’s you obtain an overall sense of calm energy. The Nia movements are inspired by Yoga and allow the body to open and the mind to clear, while also allowing tensions to release.
Gentle stretching in the dance allows awareness of alignment of breath. Moshe Feldenkrais-inspired moves are performed slowly and quickly. Awareness and sensation provide a gateway to positive change in the body. Focus is on breath, voice, circulation, the five senses, rhythm, and emotions held in the body.
Dance NZ and Its Flexibility For You
Dance NZ offers a range of classes that will cater to everyone, making the process easy and stress-free. Led by a licensed Nia Technique teacher Belinda Goodwin, Classic Nia Dance is a welcoming group to participate in Nia Dance. Whether you’re a pro or a newbie, Nia Dance will work for you. As Nia Dance is suited for everyone, Dance NZ offers a “Dance to Heal” class in which is perfectly suited to those with limited mobility and/or older adults.
So, head on over to the Dance NZ website and book the ideal class for you! On the Dance NZ site, you can also find purchasable class replays and other blogs that can provide extra knowledge on Nia Dance and Dance NZ classes so you know what one is the best fit for you.
If you have questions or concerns, CONTACT Dance NZ and we’ll respond to you as soon as we can.
Kind regards, Belinda.
Brown Belt in the Nia Technique. A Certified Parkinson Dance Teacher.
Nia Dance Classes at Dance NZ Weekly: In-Person and Online HYBRID-Style Programs
To gain access to online HYBRID-style classes and in-person sessions, sign up to be a free member at Dance NZ through the website here.
• Nia Dance Move to Heal: Reserve or check out this class here. Starting at 11:15 a.m on Tuesdays, the class venue is Saint Aidan’s Hall (detailed location: corner of Thames Street & Heaphy Terrace, Hamilton).
• Classic Nia: Reserve or check out this class here. Starting at 5:30 p.m on Tuesdays, the class venue is the Waikato Sports Fishing Club (detailed location: Grantham Street in Hamilton).
• Gentle Nia: Reserve or check out this class here. Starting at 9:30 a.m on Wednesday, the class venue is the Raglan Town Hall (detailed location: 41 Bow Street, Raglan).
• Classic Nia: Reserve or check out this class here. Starting at 9:30 a.m on Friday, the class venue is the Saint John’s Hall (detailed location: 20 Wellington Street, Hamilton).
• Nia for Parkinson’s Freedom Dance: Reserve or check out this class here. Starting at 12:00 p.m on Friday, the class venue is the Saint John’s Hall (detailed location: 20 Wellington Street, Hamilton).
Nia HYBRID-style class sessions and 24-hour replays with Belinda Goodwin can be reserved and purchased on the Dance NZ website here.
Other information on HYBRID-style classes and on 24-hour replays are available and accessible here.
Discover more about the Nia Technique at nianow.com.