I often share how blessed I feel to be living a life fulfilled, doing what I love—teaching and sharing Nia. Sometimes I am given the gift of receiving the bounty of my creativity and passion in a unique way. Last night was one of those nights. I was asked to participate in Renee Tillotsen’s Still and Moving Center’s one-year birthday celebration in Hawaii. Renee’s dream, an international movement center, is one of the most beautiful facilities I have ever been in. It reflects a part of Nia’s philosophy, rooted in White Belt Principle 5 (Awareness) that defines the Nia lifestyle of dancing through life. It really taps into one of our concepts, Life As Art, the practice of perceiving life as art, meaning you, your body, your house… everything.
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