I’ve taught OSU’s Better Bones and Balance curriculum for years. I’ve also taught Nia classes for even longer. What I notice is that all the recommended moves for building bone density show up as part of the choreography in regular Nia Technique classes. Once you learn to be aware of the bone-building potential of your actions, and how to perform them effectively, every Nia class is an opportunity to be contributing to your “bone bank account.” Knowledge becomes power, literally as well as figuratively.
Sign up for the workshop at Willamalane Adult Activity Center on Feb. 15, 2013 in Springfield, OR. At Willamalane.org
or book a workshop to come to you. Janet@movingtowardhealth.com