The Art of Stepping IN Workshop Series Dates
Zoom Online Monhtly
TBA coming December 2022
Registration: Registration and Fee $175 full series. A la carte; $45(Limited enrollment, reserve your space!)
Payment options: To Register:1.Please go to: www.nia-yoga.com
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“Services”/ Center Pass. Purchase: The Art of Stepping Full series $225.00
Or Venmo: Casey Bernstein@Casey-Bernstein
Or. PayPal: Casey Bernstein email@example.comWhat participants have said:
A great complement to the M2H training, and for all Nia teachers as well.I highly recommend it!
My philosophy is that everyBODY deserves the opportunity to experience Nia's JOY of Movement even with physical, mental, emotional and even spirit challenges. I bring 30 years of client centered programs to Special Populations. This workshop series will explore Creative Class Crafting. for a variety of clients. This creative approach is beneficial to inspire any Nia practice.
The Art of Stepping IN:
Creative - Class - Crafting for Special Populations
Why: It is my philosophy that all humans, despite limitations can have the experience of the JOY of Movement. I have been working in Special Populations for the extent of my Nia career. I will share how to provide a client centered approach for these populations. When possible, I provide guest teachers and personal stories.
Zoom Online/ recordings and notes will be provided after the session
Wednesdays March 2nd - April 6th 12p - 2p ET
Exploring our personal barriers
Women with Breast Cancer
Women in drug rehabilitation
Persons living with Traumatic Brain Injury
Please purchase in rental a full series or single session
Full Workshop Series $225.00
What is the cost and how do I register: $225 1. www.nia-yoga.com “classes offered” a. Create or finish your profile b. “Services”/ Workshops c. Purchase: The Art of Stepping in series)
2.Venmo: Casey Bernstein@Casey-Bernstein
3. PayPal: Casey Bernstein firstname.lastname@example.org
Casey Bernstein has over 30 years of bringing the Joy of Movement to Special Populations. She will share her approach and considerations for engaging and sustaining Special Population in a movement experience. In this workshop we will explore the “assets and liabilities” of a particular population to creatively crafting a movement class. This practical, creative and fun approach is inspiring for all Nia Movement classes.
Nia SELFLESS Routine and Moving to Heal. Music by Karen Drucker. Choreography by Casey Bernstein
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My Father was a lawyer. As a child, he was raised on the Lower East Side of Manhattan during the Depression. Despite opposition from his Mother ( I don’t know about his Father ) he went to college at Temple University and then Cornell Law School. My father was best friends with my Mother’s brother. They were two years younger than my Mother. My Uncle, my Father’s best friend, died at Normandy during World War II. My Father returned home after fighting in the War. My Father c