Thursday, January 17, 2013

Demystify Free Dance - A Nia Playshop with JAG


FREE DANCE Demystified.
Free Dance is an important part of the Nia experience. But many students and teachers dread it, saying they feel ‘stuck’ or ‘foolish’ and many Nia teachers admit that they don’t really know how to guide a free dance so that they and their students feel safe and truly free. After this two hour playshop, you will never again feel intimidated by the idea of Free Dancing, whether you are a teacher or a student.


You will gain the tools you need to enjoy a truly effortless expressive and creative Free Dance. And teachers will gain the tools they need to guide their students with ease and to hold the space for a truly spirited Free Dance. It will not only unleash the creative dancer in you, but the freedom you gain will greatly improve the level of conditioning your body receives from your Nia classes.





Demystified:  A Nia FreeDance Playshop 
with Jason Alan Griffin, Nia Black Belt

Monday, April 1st, 2012 

7-9pm

Motion in Balance Studio 
219 Legion Way SW #203-A, 
Olympia

$20 - preregistration required with Julia Annis call 360-229-6702




JAG says, "a big part of FreeDance is embracing your inner fool."

Past participants have said that they now LOOK FORWARD to the opportunities to Free Dance.  So come and spend April Fool’s Day with JAG and you will never feel bad about acting like a fool again. 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just a note to thank you for introducing me to Nia. The video I received is fantastic.
After doing Nia for a couple weeks I think I finally have found something that makes weight lose fun. Have tried exercise, all kinds of diets and walking and was getting down with weight loss but now can't wait for my daily routine with you. Wish I could find a group aroung home to work with.

Jason Alan Griffin said...

I'm glad you are enjoying it. You can get more videos and even check if there are any teachers in your area by going to the main Nia headquarters website:

www.nianow.com

Check under "Find Classes" and search by your zip code. You may find someone not too far from you that's teaching it.

As enjoyable it is doing it from a video at home, imagine how much MORE enjoyable it will be when you do it in a roomful of other joyful bodies all doing the same thing and loving it!

Jason Alan Griffin said...

I'm glad you are enjoying it. You can get more videos and even check if there are any teachers in your area by going to the main Nia headquarters website:

www.nianow.com

Check under "Find Classes" and search by your zip code. You may find someone not too far from you that's teaching it.

As enjoyable it is doing it from a video at home, imagine how much MORE enjoyable it will be when you do it in a roomful of other joyful bodies all doing the same thing and loving it!