Nia® has a way of bringing people together! n~motion Tega Cay is honored and excited to be able to offer a variety of Nia® classes. From Classic Nia®, Nia® Moving To Heal, Nia® Freedance™, Nia® FloorPlay (Art Of Play) and even more!
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Family is important to us! At n~motion, you can explore fitness with your entire family in a safe environment.
Children's movement classes with mom and/or dad participation are available for a fun way to exercise and spend quality family-time together.
Take our children's fitness classes and experience the joy of movement as a family!
Our teachers are highly trained and each one of them brings a WIDE variety of class choices to choose from.
Our community is filled with talented individuals. Whether themselves or a family member, these talented people will be a part of events, workshops, Fun Fridays and more!
n~motion will be a home for them to share their talents with the Tega Cay, Fort Mill, Rock Hill, South Charlotte, Steele Creek, Lake Wylie and Ballantyne communities. Be sure to check our calendar for upcoming events.
Photograph by Gene Smith
All of us at n~motion would like to extend a special thank you to Ellen Stoune for gifting us her creation, the painting that became our branding image for the studio, our website and all social media.
It all started with our desire to hang Ellen's creative expression on an n~motion wall. We wanted to showcase it to reflect the creativity and beauty that we-the n~motion board-saw in it.
Ellen Stoune is a talented, multimedia artist and friend that lives in Rock Hill, SC. She graciously passed on her "baby", her creation to us at n~motion and for that, we are grateful!
Each one of us interpreted the rendering through our own lens, yet all of us saw common elements that drew us to it originally: Linear and circular lines representing yin and yang, the feminine and masculine in each of us. Stability and strength in the grays and gentleness, softness in the yellows. The small gray splash touching the yellow circle, representing the freedom to stand out, to be different and yet be a part of the whole. Circles representing community and equality and finally playfulness of color and paint strokes.
All of our interpretations reflect our intent for the studio and our class offerings are aligned with the same.
Ellen's website coming soon.
Variety of class offerings