Happy Nia New Year!

Happy New Year to all my blog readers and Nia lovers!

Have just read an excellent blog article written by Tracey Fenner, a Nia Dance teacher based  in Hong Kong.

And the title? What is Nia?

Having just started to teach Nia myself, I find it challenging describing Nia in a few distinctive words.

Nia means many things to many people, and it’s not until someone experiences Nia for themselves that they can understand it’s wonderful soul stirring ways.

So, if you are new to Nia, click through to Tracey’s  What is Nia? article – beautifully written, short and succinct, and a great inspiration for Nia.

Find a Nia class near you!  And follow Nia UK on Facebook.

And if you live in Staffordshire, come dance Nia with me!!

Britain used to be a moderate, good-natured, and fundamentally calm country, which celebrated its practical judgment and resistance to utopianism. Three years of culture war have basically driven it insane https://t.co/bE7AcqMWDT

Brutal and brilliant analysis of @borisjohnson by someone who knows him well ... “Almost the only people who think Johnson a nice guy are those who do not know him.” https://t.co/o6jo6F6CpY

Today "Our Trees" - a docu-drama about the awesome Sheffield Tree campaigners & their fight to save Sheffield's trees - aired on @BBCRadio4. 'Heartwood', a poem I wrote in protection of the trees, was part of it.
The poem's below––& the programme's here: https://t.co/LKWF0cutf7 https://t.co/DII2bACQ7C

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