Next Playshop: 52 Moves Outside of the Box:
The NIA basics, infused with creativity, great music and self-expression!
May 9th 5:30 pm $15
Nia in the ParkJune 22 at Causeland Park noon Free
Nia is a heady blend of dance, martial art and yoga. It is enjoyed barefoot and to beautiful music. The best part is … it is all pleasure driven.
As you practice Nia, you will see your body change – even though you will never once have been sore. You will also notice changes in the way you hold yourself outside of class, as well as the way your mind feels. Nia is not easy to explain and we suggest that you give yourself the gift of trying one class.
Whether you have been waiting to find a Nia studio close to home or whether you have been hoping for something to excite you into moving … you are going to love it.
And so is your body.
$10 drop in or 8 classes for $75
Or get your unlimited monthly Nia Happy Pass – all you can dance for $50!
Meet your teachers:
After discovering Nia in 1995, Heather Hovis danced her way into teaching in early 2012. We feel very lucky to have her be part of our little tribe. Heather’s classes are filled with joy and fun and she often incorporates new songs to the routines. As a Reiki master, she also imbues her classes with a strong energetic quality.
“Heather is mighty fine. Her years of practicing with JOY and intention make her more than a White Belt labeled teacher. She has the glow that transmits beyond knowing a routine. You all will and are benefiting from her years of experiencing the JOY of movement!” – Randi Sanger
“My passion is providing a format where women can explore movement in a safe, creative, and empowering way. For over 20 years, I have worked in the field of violence prevention, with a focus on sexual assault and domestic violence. I have traveled extensively around the world, primarily teaching women to help other women in their communities who are experiencing violence. I have shared the beauty, joy, expressiveness, and aliveness of NIA with the women of Central America and now have a Blue Belt. The laughter and smiles of women ignites my heart.
Now I have returned to Skagit County, where I was born. I am really pleased and honored to share the joy of NIA with all of you.” – Debbie DuPey