Use this time to dive deeper with me into our way of isolating-integrating and energizing Nia
choreographies. Now when we are spending time in isolation we can focus and sense how that
allows us to both slow down and speed up the process of both learning and embodying

I am very touched and grateful to have found a way to keep in touch with you and to continue
teaching Nia. The “new normal” is very special and of course I miss so many things.
Especially small details such as the daily encounters in the changing room. I’ve spent my
whole life in changing rooms. As a swimmer when I trained after school and now as a nia
teacher in the gyms. I always say there is a little “changing room ghost”. No matter when and
where I am, he is always there. Every time I change after the nia class or after the sauna (oh, I
miss the sauna!) someone comes and says: “Sorry, my closet is right next to yours!” … I think
you know what I mean. These everyday encounters like a little conversation or just a “Have a
nice day” or a smile at the door are all missing now.