Press Coverage and News Releases

Nia has been featured in more than 750 publications worldwide, including The New York Times, Self, Business Week, Natural Health, Yogi Times, Cosmopolitan and many more. Below, we have featured some of our current favorites. You’ll also find a collection of recent news releases talking about the latest Nia happenings.

Press Coverage

News Releases

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Mar 10, 2011 Canadians of all fitness levels invited to experience the joy of movement through a sensory-based practice called Nia view
Jun 30, 2010 Debbie Rosas, co-founder of one of the largest mind-body practice in the world, embarks on European tour to teach the Nia Technique internationally view
Oct 13, 2010 How Nia's cultivating a worldwide community of more than 50 trainers, 9,000 teachers and countless students with its international training program view
Jul 7, 2011 Nia and Girls Inc. of NW Oregon Collaborate to Offer Empowerment Program for Girls in the Portland Metro Area view
Mar 7, 2012 Nia Co-Creator Debbie Rosas to Teach Nia Class at Move Me Studio in Marin County, California, the Birthplace of Nia view
Nov 3, 2010 Nia students and teachers invite the Portland community to the largest Nia dancebreak in the world view
Jul 1, 2010 Nia Technique Green Belt Trainings in Montgomery, Texas, Charlottesville, Virginia, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Hamburg, Germany, and Sussex, United Kingdom are now open for registration view
Aug 22, 2011 NiaWear to host exclusive fashion show and cocktail party for its fall line of internationally worn active leisurewear at StudioNia in Portland, Oregon view
Jun 21, 2010 One of the largest mind-body practice in the world, Nia Technique, hosts renowned wellness training at the Nia International Headquarters in Portland, Oregon view
Jan 14, 2011 Select community members invited to celebrate the grand opening of a new movement arts center created through recent alliance between Nia Technique and Conduit Dance in Portland, Oregon view
Jul 6, 2010 The Nia Technique, featured in "Moods Magazine," is credited with being an integral part of wellness plan for bipolar disorder and anorexia view