Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Gentle Nia Class at Laughing Dog Yoga

Gentle Nia Class will be held at
Laughing Dog Yoga, Wellesley, MA
for details about directions and class fees

Begins November 8, 2013, 11am-Noon

New Nia Class for People with Cancer and their Caregivers

I am pleased to announce a new Nia class. 


Nia for people with cancer and their caregivers is a collaboration between Facing Cancer Together and the West Suburban YMCA


Caring for yourself during your cancer experience is important for health and well-being.  Through expressive movement to inspiring music,  Nia helps you to face the challenges of cancer.  Nia promotes joy, strength, balance, energy, and relaxation. Individual attention is paid to each person, making the class safe for mixed levels of ability and wellness.


Cost for this class is $10  per session.  A package of 6 sessions for $50 is also available.  For information about attending this class, please call FCT at 617.332.5777


DAY:  Tuesdays, beginning October 22, 2013

TIME:  10:30-11:30 AM

Led by:  Suzanne L. Cohen, Licensed Nia Practitioner and Psychologist

Studio Location:  West Suburban YMCA, Newton, MA


New Gentle Nia Class

New Class


Gentle Nia

Movement Medicine for Health and Wellbeing


Suzanne Cohen, Nia Instructor


Fridays, 11am to Noon

Beginning November 8, 2013




Nia is a sensory-based movement practice that draws inspiration from dance arts, martial arts and healing arts.   This gentle Nia class is  for people of all ages and abilities; and those coping with or recovering from injury or illness who would like a gentle movement experience.



Soul-stirring music is the foundation for movement that each person can adapt to individual  needs.  Nia   activates and expands our capacity for personal healing and well-being; in Nia we move the way our bodies were meant to move, with ease, joy, balance, and pleasure.




The instructor of Gentle Nia is Suzanne L. Cohen.  She has been teaching Nia and using it for her own personal growth and healing for 15 years.  She is a Licensed Psychologist and integrates Nia with her psychotherapy practice.