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.
1. January 10rd 11 am - 1 pm: ET Introduction to TAOSin method & Cancer Recovery
2. February 7th 11 am - 1 pm ET Kids Movement with Guest Teacher Britta von Tagen
3. March 7th 11am - 1 pm ET Women in Recovery & trauma/ teen girls
4. April 11th 11am - 1pm ET Traumatic Brain injury & Dementia
5. April 25th 11 - 1 pm EDT Chronic Disease/ Share
(Schedule subject to tweaking)
Please purchase in rental a full series or single session
Full Workshop Series $175.00
Single Session $45.00
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
St Anne’s for Girls
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