"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken
Lynda Heymen, Psy.D. - NIA
Nia Classes: Sunrise Nia Tues. & Thurs.
at 8:30ish am. Dance with the
sunrise and to the new
Nia Bundle of 5 classes - $50.00
Javier Gayo - NIA
The rest, as they say, is history.
Kelsey LaPoint - YOGA
Kelsey LaPoint considers Asana, the practice of physical yoga poses, to be the art of retraining the body for greater expansion, clarity, openness, and empowerment. She teaches an alignment-based yoga, which focuses on certain principles of aligning the body to allow for optimal energy flow, strength-building, balance, and safety. She has been practicing yoga since 2004 and has taken two 200 hour yoga teacher trainings, as well as additional workshops with Desiree Rumbaugh, John Friend, Rod Stryker, and Sarah Powers.
Sundays 10 am - 11:20 am
Both classes are open levels and active classes, geared towards the physical fit (or aspiring) individual-- no yoga experience is necessary.
Classes are $13 for drop-in, $40 for 4 class-pack*.
Emily Silverman - YOGA
Emily Silverman (RYT 500) has been teaching yoga in Massachusetts and North Carolina since 2007. Emily’s classes create an atmosphere of joy and inner reflection, yielding a physically strong and heart-opening experience of yoga. She teaches “Dharma Yoga,” in the tradition of yoga master Dharma Mittra. Emily received yoga teacher certifications from Mama Nirvana’s New Yoga in Amherst, MA (200-hour) and from the Dharma Yoga Center in NYC (200- and 500-hour). Emily is also a fundraiser for the UNC Libraries and a certified therapy dog handler.
Dan Pasek - INTERACTIVE TAIJIQUAN
Teacher/coach Dan Pasek has been studying Taijiquan since 1979 and has been in NC since 1990 training with the Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School. Dan has been a tournament judge for both forms and push-hands since 1998.
Dan currently emphasizes interactive work both without and with weapons.
Interactive Taijiquan Class Information
(see class page for more details)
Push-hands skills involve connecting with incoming energy or force, and understanding it and controlling it without directly opposing it.
When in contact with a training partner, one should learn to recognize what is happening in ones own body
as well as what is happening with your partner’s body.
Classes are $12 each if paying for at least a month at a time (4 or more classes),
and $15 for drop-ins (one class at a time)
Frank Apodaca Sensei - AIKIDO
Frank Apodaca Sensei began his Aikido training in November 1985 at San Diego Aikikai under the direction of T. K. Chiba, 8th Dan, Shihan (Master Instructor). In 1987, he was accepted into Chiba Sensei’s Kenshusei program and as an Uchi Deshi. This is an intensive and comprehensive Aikido instructor’s training program. During this training, he progressed to the rank of sandan (3rd. dan) and received his Fukushidoin certification (assistant instructor) in December 1990. After additional years of committed study,
he was promoted to yondan (4th dan) and certified as Shidoin (instructor) in February 1994.
In August of 2010, Apodaca Sensei relocated to North Carolina and now resides in Pittsboro.
Aikido classes for are taught on Saturdays at 10:00am
For class information contact Frank Apodaca
Kate Finlayson - NIA
Kate Finlayson began her Nia journey in 2005, stepping into Marty Broda’s class and finding her Purpose.
She received her White Belt from trainer Stephaney Robinson that same year and taught Nia classes for five years in Carrboro, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and Elon before relocating to Louisiana in 2010. She has gone on to receive her Blue, Brown, Green and Black Belts, as well as Nia 5 Stages certification. She is honored to be one of 50 Nia White Belt trainers all over the world and her passion is to share this powerful week of personal growth with all who are willing to step in!
Kate has lead Nia trips to Nicaragua, Greece and Brazil and created numerous Nia jams, fundraisers, celebrations, healing ceremonies, playshops and White Belt Trainings in North Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Texas, St. Louis, Portland and Las Vegas. She brought Nia to New Orleans, Baton Rouge and the Northshore area for three years. Her vision to create a vibrant community on the Gulf Coast has been seeded with 13 new White Belts in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Kim Calhounn - YOGA, PARTNER MASSAGE PLAYSHOPS
Kim Calhoun--YOGA; PARTNER MASSAGE PLAYSHOPS
deeply restorative poses, and her love of nature into class in an accessible, inspiring, and unique way.
Scott Campbell - Yoga
Scott took his first yoga class in Texas more than 40 years ago. Although fascinated and moved by the experience, he took a very long detour to L.A. for a career in acting. Amidst the craziness and excess that is L.A., through the craft of acting, lots of therpay, the occasional yoga class, , and the reading of many esoteric books, Scott explored the relationship between the body, mind, and emotions.
Eventually seeking greater balance in his life, he returned to regular yoga practice some 15 years ago, and used his practice to heal, ground, deepen, and expand what he learned living as an actor in L.A.. He is a student of Taoism and Tibetan Buddhism, as well as Indian style of yoga. His teaching reflects the eclectic mix of his background, using what works, with encouragement, compassion, and humor to help each student to uncover and move closer to their truth and the peace and acceptance that eventually comes.
Scott is grateful for the many teachers who have helped along the way, including Gabriel Halpern, Ti Harmony,
Vincent Bridges and the Dalai Lama to name just a few.
Haven Carter - NIA
Haven Carter is a certified Black, Green Belt Nia, and 5 Stages Technique® instructor. Wildly enthusiastic about Nia since her first class, Haven dances every day to promote a healthy body, calm mind, and joyful spirit. She received all of her Belt Certifications in Portland, OR, with Debbie Rosas Stewart and Carlos AyaRosas. She received her 5 Stages training with Debbie in Sante Fe, NM. Haven is also a Reiki Jin Kei Do Master and a Buddho~EnerSense Energy Therapist. In Nia and energy therapies, Haven is led by Spirit to help others feel better.
Caroline Dyar - NIA
Caroline Dyar is a Green and Black Belt Nia teacher who was introduced to Nia in 1999 and began her teaching journey in 2008. Her Nia practice guides her to be aware of sensation, to open her mind to endless possibilities, to allow emotions to flow and release, and to listen to and embrace her unique spirit. Caroline delights in applying what she has learned from Nia to every aspect of her life, and she loves to share the Joy with everybody! Contact Caroline and read the story of her Nia journey by visiting her NiaNow profile: http://www.nianow.com/carolinia
Carrie Boone - Mom & Me
Carrie and Will have a combined 25 years experience as musicians and early childhood specialists, and strive to make these classes a welcoming and engaging experience for you and your little one. Group music experiences help kids in so many ways - from language learning to socialization - but the main thing is just how much fun we have!
Babies up to 18 months meet on Tuesdays, Toddler 2s and 3s meet on Thursdays.
Class description: Mom-and-me-style music and movement classes at the Joy of Movement Studio!
Come sing, play, and groove along with live music geared to preschoolers and under in a beautiful, sunny setting.
Roberta Marasca - Yoga
Roberta has been practicing yoga since 1990, and teaching since 2001. She completed a 200 hr. Yoga Alliance
and the use if imagery to bring balance and healing to those who practice.
the various aspects of the self and promote healing.
Class is Thursday evenings, 6:00-7:15.
480 Hillsboro St - Suite #410
To get more information about The Joy of Movement at Chatham Mills, please call us at 919 548 6114