Screenshot 2019-08-08 at 15.26.27.png

TASTER CLASS

Curious about what a Moving to Heal class will actually be like?
Wondering if it's a good fit for you?

TASTER CLASS Sunday 13th October, 5 - 6pm at The Space Upstairs, Burntisland.
Please come and join us for this special introductory class where you can get a real sense of what a Moving to Heal class is like, visit the venue and meet your teachers.

This introductory class is £10 - redeemable against any block booking for the next term of Moving to Heal classes - starting Wednesday 23rd October.


Autumn Term Dates

Ready to sign up for the term?

Autumn Moving to Heal: Class & Coffee Course Start Date: Wednesday 23rd October 11am
Course Duration: 8 weeks, final class on Wednesday 11th December
Course Cost: £64 (saving you £32 on the single class rate)
Course Cost with Taster Class discount: £54
Casual Attendance: £12 per single class in the term

Subsidised Places: We offer a small number of subsidised places each term. So if finances are the only thing stopping you from coming along every week - let us know! Send Karen a a short message to see if you would be eligible.

Nia® Moving to Heal

Nia has always been a healing practice, using dance and expression to heal our bodies, minds and spirits.  Nia is also for everyone, regardless of age or ability. The Nia Moving to Heal classes are designed for those who need a simpler, slower approach to doing Nia.  

If you are recovering from an injury or dealing with a chronic condition, these classes will make you feel better.  Along with body education, the classes provide ample movement to stimulate the whole body with the joy of movement and music. Students see improvements in their flexibility, agility, mobility, stability and strength within a few classes.  

Perhaps best of all, spirits are lifted as we come together in community and celebrate with each class. After the 45 minute class each week we’ll head downstairs to The Roasting Project for a complimentary coffee or tea and a chat with your teachers - Karen, Sarah & Bronwyn - and other class members.

Friendly, fun, gentle and supportive we warmly invite you to join us!

AdobeStock_238215735.jpeg

FAQ

What to wear You can wear whatever you like (leggings and a t-shirt works) - just make sure you’re comfortable. There's no need to feel nervous about it being your first time - classes are really warm and friendly and someone will be there to show you where to go. Nia is designed to be practiced barefoot, but you can wear soft soled indoor shoes. Floor mats are provided.

What to Bring Please bring water. 

Class Holidays Classes will break for the school holidays – so if in doubt, please check in advance.

Questions? Let me know!