OK: A discussion is appropriate! I think it is important that we all become students of inspiration and artistry. This is NOT TECHNIQUE. It involves personal growth in areas that make us a better human being and we bring that to every note we play in music, every movement we do as a dancer, every thing we say on stage! It means we have to go 'outside' to feed our souls. I know many already are doing this! But it's not part of our pedagogy for mastery of an instrument.
“Watch out - this can change your life!"
—Carlos Rosas, Nia co-founder
Nia is a path to condition, heal and express your self through movement and sensation. A dynamic blend of dance arts, martial arts and healing arts, Nia revolutionized the face of fitness in 1983, and has since changed millions of lives and bodies across the globe. Balancing technical precision with free-form expression, Nia brings the body, mind, emotions and spirit to optimum health through music, movement and self-expression, guided by the sensation of Pleasure.
Barry Green's new book, Bringing Music to Lifeis now available.
World-class bassist and best-selling author Barry Green has spent his life learning and showing others how to bring music to life. In this innovative, imaginative text he shares what he has discovered since his groundbreaking book, The Inner Game of Music, inspired over 250,000 musicians to reach their potential in performance and learning.