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NOTE: Classes are subject to change. Contact teachers directly to verify times and dates.

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Redmond

Redmond
Monday, Wednesday
at
10:30am
with Randee Fox
Class Location
Health Within
8226 196th Ave NE
98053 Redmond , WA
Cost
$17.00 / 4 classes 50.00
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New classes start week of Monday January 7, 2019!

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Redmond

Redmond
Tuesday, Thursday
at
9:30am to 10:30am
Class Location
Emerald City Judo
14950 NE 95th St Suite A/B
98052 Redmond , WA
Cost
$$18 drop-in
More Information

Open to the general community. Drop-in's welcomed. Class packages available for discounted rates.

For more information visit www.movingtoheal.net or contact Pauline Osborne at pauline@movingtoheal.net or 425-702-2416.

No classes December 19th - 30th. Classes resume Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

 

 

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Redmond

Redmond
Saturday
at
9:00am to 10:00am
Class Location
Emerald City Judo
14950 NE 95th St Suite A/B
98052 Redmond , WA
Cost
$18
More Information

Open to the general community. Drop-in's welcomed. Class packages available for discounted rates.

For more information visit www.movingtoheal.net or contact Pauline Osborne at pauline@movingtoheal.net or 425-702-2416.

No classes December 19th - 30th. Classes resume Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

 

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Sammamish

Sammamish
Saturday
at
9:30am to 10:30am
with Randee Fox
Class Location
Blue Heron Ranch Studio
25025 NE 8th Street
98074 Sammamish , WA
Cost
$$17 drop in / $50 4 class monthly card
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NOTE: This class is on summer vacation. Starts up again Saturday, September 8, 2018
 
A classic Nia class follows a seven cycle program: 
1. Setting the focus: We focus on one aspect of the practice, it is woven artfully throughout the practice.
2. Stepping in: We enter and step into the experience, leaving all distractions and concerns behind.
3. Warming up: This is where we prepare our body to move, warming up the joints.
4. Getting moving: We move at a higher energetic pace, conditioning our body and cardiovascular system
5. Cooling down: Still dancing and upright we use movements that cool down our body.
6. Floor play: Using the floor, we play and condition our body using gravity, space, and the art of moving on the floor to become strong, stretched, defined and balanced. 
7. Stepping out: We seal the experience by consciously stepping out.
 
The technique is founded on 52 basic moves for the base, the core, and the upper extremities, that are used to create the body-friendly choreography of the class. The nine movement forms, of Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Dance, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique and Yoga, inspire the class with soft and slow dynamics, as well as the powerful energy of Tae Kwon Do and the playfulness of Dance. Nia choreography blends these dynamics to create a class that offers ample movement in a state of dynamic ease. Everyone can do Nia because the movements are so adaptable to varying skill and fitness levels. Nia is generally done in bare feet. Shoes are also fine.
 
The first principle of the Nia Technique is the Joy of Movement. We believe movement can be pleasurable to the body, and when we move towards pleasure we move towards healing. There are lots of smiles and happy people in Nia classes. Some even say Nia has changed their lives! 
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Sammamish

Sammamish
Tuesday
at
9:30am to 10:30am
with Randee Fox
Class Location
New Sammamish Family YMCA and Aquatic Center
801 228th Ave SE
98075 Sammamish , WA
Cost
$Y Members Free or $17 drop-in
More Information
A classic Nia class follows a seven cycle program: 
1. Setting the focus: We focus on one aspect of the practice, it is woven artfully throughout the practice.
2. Stepping in: We enter and step into the experience, leaving all distractions and concerns behind.
3. Warming up: This is where we prepare our body to move, warming up the joints.
4. Getting moving: We move at a higher energetic pace, conditioning our body and cardiovascular system
5. Cooling down: Still dancing and upright we use movements that cool down our body.
6. Floor play: Using the floor, we play and condition our body using gravity, space, and the art of moving on the floor to become strong, stretched, defined and balanced. 
7. Stepping out: We seal the experience by consciously stepping out.
 
The technique is founded on 52 basic moves for the base, the core, and the upper extremities, that are used to create the body-friendly choreography of the class. The nine movement forms, of Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Dance, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique and Yoga, inspire the class with soft and slow dynamics, as well as the powerful energy of Tae Kwon Do and the playfulness of Dance. Nia choreography blends these dynamics to create a class that offers ample movement in a state of dynamic ease. Everyone can do Nia because the movements are so adaptable to varying skill and fitness levels. Nia is generally done in bare feet. Shoes are also fine.
 
The first principle of the Nia Technique is the Joy of Movement. We believe movement can be pleasurable to the body, and when we move towards pleasure we move towards healing. There are lots of smiles and happy people in Nia classes. Some even say Nia has changed their lives! 
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Sammamish

Sammamish
Thursday
at
9:15am to 10:15am
Class Location
Sammamish YMCA
831 228th Ave SE
98075 Sammamish , WA
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Seattle

Seattle
Tuesday
at
1:30pm to 2:30pm
Class Location
Angeline's Day Center
2030 3rd Avenue
98121 Seattle , WA
Cost
$0
More Information

This class is available to clients of Angeline's Day Center, and to employees or volunteers of YWCA.  If you would like to visit this class as a guest, contact the instructor Jeanna Wheeler directly.

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Seattle

Seattle
Wednesday
at
9:30am to 10:30am
Class Location
exitSPACE
414 N 72nd St Studio 3 Greenlake
98115 Seattle , WA
Cost
$15.
More Information

Welcome to exitSpace Studio 3 with street parking or underground parking at PCC & Bartell's

Drop-In - $15 Class Card 5 classes for $65. Please note NO CLASS Dec.5th 2018

Special Instructions:

* Please respect a fragrance-free environment

* Enjoy dancing barefoot or feel free to wear indoor shoes if your feet need the extra support

* Come in comfortable, layered clothing

* Please bring a water bottle

 
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Seattle

Seattle
Wednesday
at
3:45pm to 4:45pm
Class Location
Greenlake Community Center
7201 Geenlake Way 2nd Floor
98115 Seattle , WA
Cost
$$55.
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Greenlake Community Center Nia Class Series

November 7 - December 12

3:45-4:45pm

6 classes for $55. (This series will be prorated if joined late.)

Drop-Ins Welcome!

3 ways to register: In person at 7201 E. Greenlake Dr; calling 206-684-0780, barcode #183418 or

Click on this link for navigation to SPARC, Seattle Parks and Recreation site.

This Nia class is for EveryBody 18 years and older. You must be able to walk up a flight of stairs.
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Seattle

Ballard
Sunday
at
10:00am to 11:00am
with Shea Marsh
Class Location
Olympic Athletic Club
5301 Leary Ave NW, Seattle
98107 Seattle , WA
More Information

Join me for a playful Nia class inside Ballard's Olympic Athletic Club! Membership is required, or a visiting pass.  If your joining me and do not have a membership, please send me a communication (phone or email) or notify the club's front desk and we can set this up! I look forward to seeing you on the dance floor! Note: Shea and Jeanna alternate Sunday classes.