SENSE AND CENTERING
Sensation is the foundation of your baody and life awareness. Your body is able to sense as many as 144,000 distinct sensations. Your sensory IQ is your ability to sense as many of these as possible.
Centering is a key element of the
martial arts Tai Chi Chuan and Aikido. Movement exercises
from these martial disciplines are used to teach this
simple, but very powerful psycho/physical experience.
Centering occurs when the mind, body, and spirit become
fully integrated and are in dynamic balance and connectedness
with the world around us.
STRETCH AND STRENGTHEN
Stretching exercises are drawn from yoga and sport fitness
programs to create pliant and flexible bodies. The Five
Tibetans and conscious calisthenics are used to support
and move your own body weight, which naturally strengthens
NIA is a thorough somatic movement form, a kick-ass
workout, and a dynamic fun-filled exploration of imagination
and wellness. Short for Neuromuscular Integrative Action,
Nia always seeks “the body’s way,”
the grace and economy of the natural body. This cutting-edge
exercise form blends the martial arts, dance arts and
healing arts for the ultimate in fusion fitness.