Teacher Spotlight – Terese
- How did you discover Nia?
“Through a friend of mine, who is a Nia Black Belt Instructor in Minneapolis. I was in recovery from an automobile accident, diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, in addition to a 22 year spinal cord injury…I needed help!”
- What benefits have you seen in your body since taking and teaching Nia?
“First off no more pain! I am moving better in my 40’s than in my 20’s and 30’s. I have regained full mobility of my head, neck and spine. I have such an awareness and appreciation of my body. My body has also toned and trimmed. It is healthy and happy!”
- How many years have you been teaching and taking Nia?
- Can anyone take a Nia class?
“Absolutley! Nia is a practice for life… for all ages, all body types. No experience necessary and it is a practice for all fitness levels.
- What does Nia mean to you?
“Nia means fun, freedom, I don’t have to be perfect. It makes me feel good, having gratitude for my mind, body and spirit.”
- Why should I take a Nia class?
“We are made to move, with ease, Joy and be pain free. We have 1 life, 1 body, why not live it with Joy!”
Point to Ponder:
“Nia is like chocolate: You can’t describe it, you have to taste it!” – Debbie Rosas – Co-creator/Nia
Join us for Nia: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00- 10:00am and Thursdays 6:00 – 7:00pm
Finding Joy in Movement – Your Nia Instructors Amy and Terese
Coming in November: Gratitude for Gut – Gobble Gobble!