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Nia student Spotlight

With Lynette Malitskie “When I began Nia I had not yet been diagnosed with a heart ailment. It was late 2013 on walking past the Kings Langley Village Hall one Tuesday morning, I heard the haunting music, and was drawn-in, to see where it was coming from. Needless to say I was transfixed as I […]

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Dance – a powerful healing tool

I don’t need scientific evidence, to prove to me that dancing is good for my health, on every level. But the science on dance is a powerful validation of what ‘us dancers’ know: dancing is deeply connected with happiness, lifts our moods and makes us feel positive. Research shows that dance demands a heightened level […]

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My 3 mantras

I just decided to share with you my 3 mantras that I write about in my book Eat Dance Shine: It’s never too late to take charge of your health. Even small changes can make a difference. It’s what you do every day that matters. They give me hope; they make the mission of great […]

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hosting a Nia masterclass

Wow, phew, yey and woohoo! It started this morning with a quick drive down to Terminal 2 at LHR. The traffic was wonderfully light on the M25 at 7.30am and to my surprise Helen Terry was immediately there by my car at the ‘drop off’ bay, with 2 suitcases, ready to jump in. Enough time […]

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The benefits of Nia that will amaze you

An occupational therapist took her first Nia class recently in USA and then wrote this thank you letter. Check out all the benefits of Nia she noticed in just one hour and how clearly she articulates them!  “Thank you for my first complimentary Nia session! As an Occupational Therapist, I couldn’t help making a few […]

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Love to dance

I love to dance. I have been dancing since the age of 5 when I gave a spontaneous free flowing dance performance to Mozart in front of elderly relatives in New York. Dancing is one of my passions. Like many young girls I took ballet, tap and modern dance classes, but never felt particularly gifted […]

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moving with freedom, moving within my own limits

I have felt somewhat limited in the last few months, since damaging my shoulder. Some of you will have notice the brightly coloured strips of sticky tape that my chiropractor skillfully places on my shoulder, apparently to support and stimulate the myofacial tissues to heal. You may have also noticed how my arms do not […]

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“Resistance is useless!”

About a week ago I was in denial that the Holiday Season was approaching. I would have liked it all to go away, this was a serious case of ‘resistance’. And as you may know, the Vogons say ‘resistance it useless’. On Monday morning I was still in this frame of mind, feeling like a […]

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