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Nia 5 Stages Training

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The Nia 5 Stages is an integrative movement practice based on the five stages of human development: Embryonic, Creeping, Crawling, Standing and Walking. Practiced with awareness, these stages have the power to facilitate optimal alignment, improved function and comfort in the body. Whether practiced at length or for as little as five minutes a day, this system provides a tool for reclaiming and sustaining mobility, flexibility, strength, agility and stability. The Nia 5 Stages Training provides students and teachers alike with the tools to embody the practice. It also qualifies Nia teachers to facilitate a 60-minute Nia 5 Stages class and to integrate this body of work into Nia classes, private sessions and two-hour experiential workshops. The Nia 5 Stages Training program adds a whole new skillset to the Nia teacher’s realm of expertise. It includes three comprehensive modules: Pre-Training, Training and Post-Training. Learn More   Notes About this Training Dates Start: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 9:00 amEnd: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - 6:00 pm Location Stanley Place, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia Get Directions This somatic training is open to all movers, mind-body educators, Nia (teachers + students) and beyond for personal wellness or professional enhancement. Participants who have loved the training include yogis, physios, mid-wives, chiropractors, naturopaths, massage therapist, life coaches and wellness educators. Please see the training outline page for details... ACCOMMODATION RECOMMENDATIONS for NIA 5 STAGES TRAININGS BRISBANE JANUARY 2015Our Training is located in Southbank, which is close to West End, Southbank, South Brisbane and Brisbane CBD. Our Training Venue - The Edge - is located in the midst of the Cultural Precinct of Brisbane close to Art Galleries, The State Library, Cultural Centre,Theatres, Museums and the Southbank Parklands where there are lots of cafes, and outdoor recreational spaces, including salt-water swimming pools.http://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/ south-bank/things-to-do/swimming-at-south-bank The Edge also faces the Brisbane River and there are walkways and bicycle paths linking this area to the city, and Southbank. There are serviced apartments, hotels, B&Bs and Backpackers all within reasonable walking distance to the Training. There is also public transport via bus, train and ferries that will bring commuters from outer suburbs into this precinct. Paid parking is also available. For the best accommodation deals, googlehttp://www.wotif.com . Wotif offers the best last minute deals. Search South Brisbane, Southbank, West End or Brisbane CBD. Early on-line booking is cheaper the earlier the booking is made. January is peak summer holiday time in Brisbane, so it is well advised to book your accommodation early. Some of the Serviced Apartments offer rooms that take 4-5 people so sharing is an option. OUR SUGGESTIONS FOR THE CLOSEST HOTELS & SERVICED APARTMENTS: Central Apartments - Southbank http://www.centralapartmenthotels.com.au/Morgan Suites http://www.morgansuites.com.au/ms/Mantra South Bank: http://www.mantra.com.au/queensland/brisbane-and-surrounds/south-bank/accommodation/hotels/mantra-south-bank/Park View Apartments http://www.parkviewapartments.com.au/Sapphire Resort Brisbane - http://www.sapphireresort.com.au/ (has the aptly named restaurant adjacent - Joyful Chinese Restaurant)South Central http://www.southcentral.com.au/West End Central Apartments http://www.westendcentral.com.au/ BACKPACKERSBackpackers: http://www.somewheretostay.com.au/ and http://www.brisbanebackpackers.com.au/ AIR BNB IS A WEBSITE THAT LINKS PEOPLE UP WITH LOCAL BnBs (Bed n Breakfasts)https://www.airbnb.com.au PUBLIC TRANSPORTThe Translink website will give you timetables for buses, trains and ferries. http://translink.com.au/Closest station to Training for Buses - Cultural Centre station, platform 1, South BrisbaneTrains - South BrisbaneFerries - Southbank 2 Ferry Terminal, South Brisbane CAFES/RESTAURANTSThere are so many at Southbank, and West End. Wander along and take your pick!Our favourite lunch spot in West End is Café Wrapture, 71 Russell St, West End.http://www.cafewrapture.com.au/ SUPERMARKETS / GROCERIES / FRESH FRUIT & VEGColes Grocery Shoping, Cnr Mollison St & Boundary St, West EndThe Green Grocer, 144 Boundary St, West End. Organic produce http://www.mustdobrisbane.com/eat-drink-organic-supermarkets/green-grocer-west-endWest End Markets - Saturday mornings, 6am - 2pm. Davies Park (West End) off MontagueRoad and end of Jane St, West End.  http://www.daviesparkmarket.com.au/West End Precinct http://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/west-endWest End Night Owl - 24 hours/7 days - Groceries & more:  http://www.nightowl.com.au/location-view/west-end-nightowl-35IGA Supermarket - 103 Melbourne St, South Brisbane OUR FAVOURITE WEST END SHOPSAvid Reader, 193 Boundary St, West End http://avidreader.com.au/Dandeylon Gifts, 173 Boundary St, West End http://www.dandelyongifts.com/home MASSAGE TREATMENTS/ REIKI / BOWEN THERAPY ON OFFER DURING THE BELTSWe will be taking bookings for massage treatments in-house during the Belt, offered by social enterprise Joining Hands (the creation of Nia White Belt, Kylie Lowe) - whose ethos is to give-back to vulnerable young people - the healing and wellbeing offered by complementary health therapies like Massage, Reiki and Nia. http://www.joininghands.org.au/ ADDITIONAL LINKS OF INTEREST :Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/Queensland Permforming Arts Centre http://www.qpac.com.au/Museums http://www.qm.qld.gov.au/Southbank Parklands http://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/South-Bank Please contact Ann Boon with any further questions:  graceflow@bigpond.com