It's not a trend, it's here to stay! Fitness centers are beginning to see the importance of mind-body wellness within their programs and so are their members. Participants are seeking more than just physical development. They desire a more holistic approach to taking care of their health and wellness by engaging and conditioning their whole-self. . . mind, body, spirit, emotions. While keeping up with fast-paced daily schedules and other factors that bring on stress in today's world, more and more people are searching for a positive outlet for emotional release, spiritual boost, fun physical exertion, and mental enlightening. The Nia Technique is a movement and lifestyle practice that offers just that!
"Nee-ah" (Nia) made its mark in the fitness industry in the early 1980's and continues to grow and evolve as a cutting edge, mind-body wellness and fitness practice around the world. If you're searching for a pleasurable and sustainable wellness and fitness lifestyle, look no further. The Nia Technique uniquely blends movements from Martial Arts, Dance Arts, and Healing Arts, set to dynamic music, offering you a joyful experience conditioning all of you. With it's "No Pain, All Gain" motto, Nia welcomes all ages, fitness levels, physical abilities, and body-types to tap into the joy of moving in their bodies.
The Nautilus Fitness Center in Alton holds Nia classes: Tuesdays: 8:30-9:15 a.m. in the Yoga Room. It is located at 4425 Industrial Drive, Alton Il 62002. Please contact Susie Sweetman for more information: phone: 618.466.9115 website: http://www.nautilusalton.com
"For every physical response there's a feeling. As you open up parts of your body, you may tap into feelings you've locked deep inside. Movement is wonderful therapy in this way."
~ Nia® co-founders, Debbie Rosas and Carlos AyaRosas
Keeping it fresh, fun, & exciting! Liz Lane (pictured right) & Carleen Weber (pictured left) are Licensed Nia Instructors 'On The Move' in the Greater St. Louis area leading holistic health, wellness, and fitness classes inspired by the Nia Technique.