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New Fitness Center: Yoga, Nia and Pilates

Mindful Moves



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Photo: Elyse Butler

Still & Moving Center’s director, Renée Tillotson (center), joins her staff of Nia teachers in the Barefoot Ballroom of the newly opened fitness center. “Nia is a body, mind, spirit practice incorporating dance, martial arts and the healing arts,” says Tillotson. The center has Nia classes seven days a week—as well as other forms of moving meditation such as yoga, Pilates and aikido—and classes for all ages, from tai chi for arthritis to hula for babies. In addition to three studios, the center has a boutique featuring clothing, books and locally made snacks that support a healthy lifestyle. 1024 Queen St., 397-7678, stillandmovingcenter.com.

 

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