Join us Monday, April 2nd at 5:00 PM PST for a free telecourse with Nia Co-Creator Debbie Rosas and guest speaker Lita Curtis.

This telecourse will focus on the topic of joints, and is a part of our current educational course of study, Becoming a Sensation Scientist. As Lita shares, "I am very excited to talk about the role joints play in the body and the importance of mobility. Joints are critical to our ability to move and be healthly."

Register now! Please note: this telecourse is open to everybody.

Lita has a Bachelor’s degree in History and Education from Denison University, a Master’s degree in Epidemiology from Tulane University, and a Master’s from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. She spent her junior year in college abroad in Oxford, England and Amdebhad, India. Lita lives in Portland Oregon with her heart-centered teenage son who speaks multiple languages and provides ample opportunity for evolving her worldview.

Lita has an Acupuncture & Herbal practice and is a Public Health and Public Policy Consultant. Her current focus is on fostering health integration that includes multiple medical traditions and models with comprehensive preventative health approaches that include sustainable diets and movement lifestyles. 

At the age of only five years, Lita began dancing ballet and jazz. She continued dancing through college, exploring African dance and other ethnic movement forms. Destiny led her to the Pythian building when she was on a walk in Portland, OR shortly after she had moved to the Pacific Northwest. One class and it was apparent that Nia was suffused with consciousness and that the co-creators, Debbie and Carlos, were on the journey of transformation. Nia was clearly a vehicle that could take a practitioner back to ancient archetypes, while at the same time, moving her toward evolution and the expansion of consciousness through the body.