The Ecstatic Joy of Nia with Kevin VerEecke Megan MacArthur

Date: 10/18/2013 - 10/20/2013
From: 2:55 pm - 3:00 pm
October 18-20 (Friday to Sunday) a 2-night Residential Workshop

Spend a full weekend deep diving into this ecstatic experience of Joy and Nia, journey into the unknown through music, beat, breath, movement, mind, and the ultimate magical blend of our unique spirits. Based in the Joy of the Nia practice we will dance into uncharted spaces accessing, new levels of possibilities in body, mind, emotions and spirit. Bring clothing and foot protection for out-of-doors experiences as well as indoor barefoot and sweaty hours of bliss. Please bring a journal and something sacred to you (that fits in your suitcase).

Investment in this Workshop:

Tuition Only: Early Registration $195 (sign up by September 3) ~ $225 after Sept 3

On-Campus Residential: $485 ****SPECIAL $430 FOR THE FIRST 12 TO REGISTER****

Megan MacArthur ~ Megan has been dancing since she was three years old. Megan’s first Nia class was the one she took on the first Sunday of her Nia White Belt Intensive in 1993. It changed her life completely. Upside down and rearranged by the new ways of Nia, she navigated, tore apart, rebuilt, re-structured, and scrambled the habitual into a world of experimental and organic. Megan was introduced to living life as “real” joy, as sensations felt only now, and to body wisdom as it educates. Megan’s career as a performer began to reach new depths and heights. As a Nia instructor in New York and Hawaii, sharing the Joy of Movement continued to expand her life. Her self confidence grew, endurance increased, and the Joy of movement became her truth.

Kevin VerEecke ~ Kevin began teaching Nia in 2001 after 15 years of dance training and performing. He is now a Nia Black Belt, Trainer and choreographer for Nia HQ. Kevin has helped develop the 52 Moves Training with Debbie Rosas, and is currently developing an Athletic Nia program. “Masterful” “Outrageous” “Exciting and Fun” are how his students describe his classes.

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