Fees: Standard £ 40 Conc £20 Full £50
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|Tuesday||12:30 - 13:30||11||MAC||07/01/2020||24/03/2020||AW2890|
Nia is a dance class that draws from Modern Dance, Yoga, Qi-Gong arts and somatic healing practices. It is about dancing through the rhythm with joy, authenticity, and high energy. Nia invites you to feel the restorative nature of dancing.
Everybody can take this class. No previous knowledge in dance is required. Recommended for those who work several hours on a desk and are consequently dealing with back problems and for those who are seeking a holistic physical activity that is inspirational and resourceful.
You are expected to follow dance movements and express your body freely on a non-judgemental environment.
Learn basic steps of common dancing styles, improved your coordination, physical fitness, ability to exercise to music and improved confidence…and feel more sexy! lmprove your physical awareness, flexibility and general wellbeing. You will have a better physical conditioning, body toning, and strength. Finally, you will learn to move in a unique way and improve your physical coordination and capacity of being mindful, expressive and creative.
Warm up, revising and learning dances, cool down and stretch
None required but your progress will be enhanced if you practice at home or attend other classes/dances.
You will be expected to complete a health questionnaire at your first class. your tutor will help you to set individual targets which you wil be able to self assess against. your tutor will also give you verbal and written feedback on your progress.
tutor will advise
usual Agewell enrolment fees apply. please wear confortable clothing and supportive trainers/shoes for dancing. Please bring water with you to avoid dehydration
Help with literacy and numeracy is available through the basic education programme and the Esol programme offers help for speakers of other languages. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Open learning is available at Macbeth. Details are available from the Adult Learning & Skills course guide and from teaching or reception staff.