Nia classes at the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center
University of Virginia

Come experience this Joy of Movement class and revel in moving to heal.

These classes are FREE for people with cancer, survivors, caregivers, & staff.
Registration is not required. Each class is new and different so no prior experience needed!

SCHEDULE

Mondays: 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Wednesdays: 12 – 1 pm

No classes December 25, 2017 or January 1, 2018

LOCATION

4th Floor Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center
University of Virginia

INSTRUCTOR

Susan Tate, Licensed Black Belt Nia teacher, Nia Moving to Heal, and Nia 5 Stages of Self-Healing instructor

Nia is a joyful, mindful practice that combines dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts. It empowers people of shapes, sizes, and abilities by connecting the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. The philosophy of Nia is if it feels good, keep doing it! If it hurts, stop and adapt what you do to feel better. Classes are done barefoot to soul-stirring music, but if your feet feel better in socks or shoes, go for it! You can dress in clothes you feel comfortable moving in and you may want to bring a water bottle. There is also a water fountain around the corner. Parking is covered for attendees (not including staff). Be sure to have your ticket stamped at the information desk on the first floor before 7 pm.

Weather-related or unforeseen class cancellations will always be posted
on this page.

This class is offered thanks to a generous grant from the
Charlottesville Women’s Four Miler.

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