New Beginnings Now Offering Nia Classes with Kate Nash, Nia Black Belt
Nia is fusion fitness at it's finest! Incorporating simple and fun dance steps with martial arts moves and some gentle and strengthening Yoga stretches, Nia Technique classes are all about pleasure, comfort, awareness, health and JOY.
Joy is the body's natural way of being. Sensing Joy in your body is a way to connect to what feels right and healthy for you. Join us for Nia classes at The New Beginnings Center and discover new ways to be live and be in your body and in your life.
Kate began her journey into the healing arts back in the 1980’s in England where she became a massage therapist and somatic healer. Knowing her path was in healing the physical body, she practiced hands on healing for over 10 years.
In 2001 Kate started teaching Nia Technique classes in California, opening her own studio in Ventura in 2004. She currently teaches 6 days a week, including her own somatic work with private one-to-one sessions and group guided movement.
Kate has worked with many sections of the community including those with mental and physical handicaps. Those with eating disorders and self-harm issues and addictions. Kate has also worked with people with brain trauma and stroke.
Kate’s passion and philosophy is for the physical body to be realized as a life-long friend and companion. That a life lived through loving awareness of the body is a life lived deeply and richly. That truth is heard and embodied when we embrace who we are physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Kate also offers private sessions working with clients on a one-to-one basis. Each session is unique and each client is unique. Kate draws on her 15 years of somatic healing and movement instruction to guide the client towards healing through movement, sound and awareness. Please call (805) 987-3162 for more information on Nia classes and private sessions with Kate.
Therapeutic Yoga Group
Traumatic events happen to everyone and can lead to isolation and feelings of hopelessness. Traumatic stressors can result in chronic pain, disordered eating, addiction, insomnia, anxiety and depression. A trauma-informed yoga practice is sensitive to the needs of a participant with trauma symptoms and offers them tools to feel safe, empowered, and self-regulated. It is about feeling safe and at-home in your body so that you can feel stable, have good self-esteem, and healthy relationships.
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