NEW! Nia Monthly Healing Circle

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NEW!  Nia Monthly Healing Circle

Time: June 27, 2012 from 5:30pm to 6:45pm
Location: The DanceSpace • $10 or class card
Street: 280 E Hersey #10
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map:…
Phone: (541) 488-1192
Event Type: dance, movement, yoga, healing, martial, arts, somatics, community
Organized By: Rachael R Resch
Latest Activity: Jun 21, 2012

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with Nia Black Belt & Training Faculty
Rachael R. Resch

Wednesday, 27 June  •  5:30-6:45 pm
The DanceSpace • $10

Come co-create the sacred space of healing - for yourself, for another, for the world.

Using gentle and powerful movements of The Nia Technique®, holistic physical therapist Rachael Resch will guide you in discovering your body's way of self-healing based on pleasure and ease, moment by moment, breath by breath.

“Nia has provided me an opportunity to learn how to deeply listen to my body in a way I have never done before." - Glennie Feinsmith, LCSW

Read about how Rachael used Nia to heal here.


Nia is a sensory-based practice based on the joy of movement that blends elements of dance, martial arts and healing arts to provide healing and conditioning to body, mind, emotions and spirit.

Rachael R. Resch, MS PT/LMT, is a Nia Black Belt, Nia Training Faculty and owner of Synergy Physical Therapy in Ashland, Oregon.  She is devoted to the sacred body for healing, fitness, play and prayer.  Rachael holds degrees in science, religion and dance, and since 1978 has studied with leading teachers in mythopoetics, somatics, energetics and the arts, including Robert Bly, Marion Woodman, Martín Prechtel, Stephen Victor and Paul Richards.

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