Nia is a holistic wellness system that is grounded in mindful, dynamic movement.
It is a fusion of the Dance arts, Martial arts & Healing arts through sensory movement.
Nia promotes fitness for all ages & levels of physical ability.
Nia stimulates & conditions the body, mind, emotions & spirit.
So, take off your shoes.. and join me for a somatic, invigorative experience.
Dancing has been a release for me since a very young age. Most of my adult life I felt the need to operate from my masculine/Yang side for survival reasons. Through dancing I found that I could express my femininity/Yin freely and without inhibitions.
Growing up there was no funds for formal dancing. My formal dancing started in my adult life where I attended a Christian dance school for 5 years, all different types of dance modalities was offered. This is where I experienced technique and form for the first time, besides free dance and connecting to Spirit.
Later I joined a Latin & Ballroom Dance Studio for two years, where we participated in dancing competitions annually. After that I completed the Zumba Instructors course, but never taught a day in my life, I simply did it for the love of dance. Nia found me just after lockdown started, I attended an online class, and knew this was what I was looking for my entire life. I sensed my body, mind, emotions and spirit.
I attended the first available In-person 7 - Day Intensive Whitebelt training in October 2020, did the online retake during November 2020 - February 2021 to integrate and embody Nia into my body and life. I registered as a Nia Teacher mid-January 2021, and my first class to be held on 6th March 2021! I have so much gratitude for this opportunity and am highly inspired to share this with other women and keeping the NIA promise!
Follow & join my journey here: www.facebook.com/groups/niawithjoline/
Single Class – R100
Pensioners – R80
4-Class Package – R320 (at R80 a class)
8-Class Package – R560 (at R70 a class)
Friday – 9:00am - 10:00am
Saturday – 09:30am -10:30am
JOHN MURRAY DANCE STUDIO
Triangle House, first floor (next to Standard bank)