I met Nia in 2012 in Budapest and it completely captured me after 5 minutes. Dance for me is the kind of motion, where I can be myself and I live every moment. I can become a goddess, a warrior amazon, a naive princess, a carefree child and a confident adult at the same time. Everything is in balance. There is no judging, only acceptance and joy! After the first class I already felt, that I would like to learn it deeper and share this feeling with others. I became a white belt Nia teacher in 2016, stepping on the way of Nia. You are heartly welcome on my classes to experience all the wonders that Nia offers!
Dancing through your life!
“Forget the dancer, the center of the ego; become the dance. That is the meditation. Dance so deeply that you forget completely you are dancing and begin to feel that you are the dance. The division must disappear; then it becomes a meditation. If the division is there, then it is an exercise: good, healthy, but it cannot be said to be spiritual. It is just a simple dance. Dance is good in itself – as far as it goes, it is good. After it, you will feel fresh, young. But it is not meditation yet. The dancer must go, until only the dance remains.
So what to do? Be totally in the dance, because division can exist only if you are not total in it. If you are standing aside and looking at your own dance, the division will remail: you are the dancer and you are dancing. Then dancing is just an act, something you are doing; it is not your being. So get involved totally, be merged in it. Don’t stand aside, don’t be an ovserver. Participate!
„Let the dance flow in its own way; don’t force it. Rather, follow it; allow it to happen. It is not a doing but a happening. Remain in the mood of festivity. You are not doing something very serious; you are just playing, playing with your life energy, playing with your bioenergy, allowing it to move in its own way. Just like the wind blows and the river flows – you are flowing and blowing. Feel it. And be playful. Remember this word „playful” always – with me, it is very basic. In this country we call creation God’s leela – God’s play. God has not created the world; it is his play”