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Public Nia Class with Debbie Rosas
January 31, 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
PUBLIC NIA CLASSES
with Debbie Rosas
All levels of fitness welcome
Saturday, Jan 31 @4:00 – 5:00 pm
Sunday, Feb 1 @11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Monday – Thursday, Feb 2 – 5 @5:45 – 6:45 pm
Individual class $25
3 class package $65
5 class package $95
10% off for Golden Circle Members – 20% off for Nia BeltsSign Up Now!
Don’t miss this opportunity to dance with the dynamic Debbie Rosas! She’ll knock your socks off!
Debbie Rosas, Co-Founder of the Nia Technique, will be on Oahu leading a week long Nia White Belt Training Jan 31- Feb 6 at the Still & Moving Center. She will hold daily public classes from Jan 31 – Feb 5.
Debbie Rosas brings you the original flavor and inspiration of Nia, and ever-evolving movement form that blends dance, martial arts and healing arts, such as yoga and Feldenkrais. Nia is soft on the joints, warming up with smooth, usually slower movements, then working up to full cardio-aerobic exercise for participants who want to push their fitness envelope. The cool down offers opportunities to strengthen, stretch and balance. Debbie sends you out the door feeling regenerated, uplifted, ready to take on life with vim!
Credited with establishing the mind-body fitness category, she is a leading fitness innovator, teacher, author, choreographer, performer, healer and artist whose work greatly influences the lives of thousands of women and men worldwide.
Debbie has co-authored two books – “Non-Impact Aerobics” and “The Nia Technique.” She also collaborated with Carlos Aya Rosas to write the Holistic Fitness section of the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America Instructor Training Manual. Debbie has served on the Mind-Body Committee for the IDEA Health and Fitness Association, and has presented at numerous IDEA World and Inner IDEA fitness conventions.
She is particularly proud to have played a key role in developing programs at The Naturopathic School of Medicine, Shriners Hospital and Oregon Health and Sciences University. These programs continue to positively impact students, women, teens, and those diagnosed with arthritis and autism.