"In a typical hour-long Nia class, we set a focus and intent for the class, step in, and begin to move The Body's Way. I guide students to sense their bodies as we follow movement patterns that borrow from the martial arts, dance and healing arts. Students' movements may well be different: some may be moving bigger, some smaller, some faster, some slower.
In Nia it's about moving YOUR body's way, not mine! I serve as a guide for the group. It's also about listening to your body as you move, so you can choose what feels good right now, in your body, in this moment. The only way to know if Nia is right for you is to join me for class! Bring a friend to your first class and if you are new-to-Nia you both get class for the price of one! It's my way of saying thanks for being courageous enough to step into something new!" ~ Erin Curren, Nia Black Belt Teacher