Author Archives: julie.wylie@nianow.com

About: julie.wylie@nianow.com

Caring – Sharing – Inspiring

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Connection + Chest Isolations

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52 days of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. “Vulnerability is the birthplace of connection and the path to the feeling of worthiness. If it doesn’t feel vulnerable, the sharing is probably not constructive.”   Brene Brown It was the Fall of 2000, my husband […]

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Nature + Head & Eye Movement

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52 days of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”   Albert Einstein For YEARS, in the shorter days of the winter months, I went to work before the Sun rose in the East and emerged from […]

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Wait + Cross Behind

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52 days of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. “Wait for it. Waaaaait fooooor iiiiiiiiiit …” unknown Quan Yin ~ Observer of All Sounds Through my Nia practice I learned of a system to integrate meditation into my life. The system in named RAW […]

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Action + Bow Stance

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52 days of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. “To every action there is always opposed an equal reaction.”   Isaac Newton   I was talking with my friend, with my hands (and you KNOW how I do that!) recently while ‘driving down the highway’  … a […]

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Dance + Whole Foot

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52 days of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. I was a pre-teen when I ran across the saying‘DANCE YOUR HEART OUT’. Using my newly acquired calligraphy skills, I decorated a piece of paper with this life mantra and affixed to the wall in […]

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52 Days of Self-Care using 52 Nia Moves

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SELF-CARE  “usually does not consist of a single, dramatic act, but instead is generally composed of a long series of small acts of self-kindness, guided by pleasure.” The Nia Technique by Debbie Rosas & Carlos Aya-Rosas Fresh off a weekend of sharpening my teaching skills with Helen Terry at Soma Ranch I’m inspired to participate in […]

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AWARENESS – Possible. Easy. Elegant.

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Recovering from an injury? Interested in alleviating a recurring or nagging pain or lessening the effects of a disease? Awareness enables our ability to perceive, to feel, and to be conscious of events, objects, sensory patterns. In this level of consciousness, sensations can be noticed without implying understanding and used when reacting to a condition […]

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Intent + Finger Flicks

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52 weeks of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. Self-Care: INTENT Daily choice/action: Focus your energy ~ There is AMAZING POWER in a strong intention. Inspired by: Cheryl Richardson Self-Care Cards My Share: On the Autumnal Equinox & the International Day of PEACE I got to meet Sister Gita […]

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Independence + Hip Bump

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52 weeks of Self-Care to improve the quality of your life + 52 Nia Moves for Health. Fitness. Power. Beauty. Self-Care: INDEPENDENCE Daily choice/action: Decide for yourself ~ Exercise your right to choose. Inspired by: Cheryl Richardson Self-Care Cards My Share: IndepenDANCE showed up stepping into a Nia Technique class today. Our focus and intent was to exercise our CHOICE to use the pelvis independent […]

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MULTIDIMENSIONALITY ~ breadth. depth. significance . capacity . diversity

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MULTIDIMENSIONALITY breadth. depth. significance . capacity . diversity By blending and balancing a variety of forms of motion – the feminine with the masculine, strict exactness with liquid fluidity, powerful strength with pliant flexibility – the co-creators of Nia Technique discovered that when applied to a developed series of specific movements these selections encourage students […]

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