CLASSES WITH ANNETTE COURTENAGE
Annette is a licensed Nia White Belt teacher who has been practising Nia for over 15 years. She qualified as a Nia teacher in April 2010 as she wanted to share the ‘Joy of Movement’ that she had found in Nia.
Annette has also taught seated and adapted Nia sessions to adults with physical disabilities which range from MS, Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy and accident / injury related disabilities at a day centre in Wivelsfield Green, Mid Sussex.
Annette is passionate about Nia and believes that it can be adapted for everyone, even people with limited movement.
Nia Demo at ‘The Festival of Dance and Drama – Spring 2011 – Haywards Heath
For more information regarding classes in Mid Sussex please contact Annette at: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07708664700
To see Annette’s profile page on the International Nia HQ’s site please go to: www.nianow.com/annette-courtenage
From April 2016:
Annette will be teaching the Nia routine ‘Joy’
Focus and Intent:
The focus is the sensation of joy. The intent is for you to you to listen and dance to the music. Connect to the sensation of joy as life force, and to use this sensation as stimulation to flood your whole body and 50 trillion cells with vitality and healthy energy.
What Nia means to me…
“To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak.”
– Hopi Indian Saying