Welcome to my world of art, horses and the beautiful practice of Nia!
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
New studio/gallery at Praxis Arts in Georgetown! 
I am happy to announce that I have joined forces with five other artists at Praxis Arts in the revitalized urban arts neighborhood of Georgetown in South Seattle. Saturday, February 9th is canceled due to winter weather. Join us on Saturday, March 9 at Praxis Arts during Georgetown's 2nd Saturday Art Attack (art walk) 6-9 PM.

Go to The Artist page to learn more and see my works.

Above right is my new studio/gallery. Main gallery with all six artist studios shown below - Praxis Arts in Georgetown. 
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Nia benefits every body,
all abilities! 

These awesome young adults rocked their weekly Nia class with me in January at the Sammamish YMCA. They come from The Tavon Learning Center for young adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. It is my honor and pleasure to share the beautiful practice of Nia with them! 
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Five Monthly Nia PlayShops:
January - May
at Sammamish Community YMCA!

Sat. Feb. 9 Workshop cancelled due to winter snow storm
See new schedule below with added date of April 27:

Nia 52 Moves 2: The Core Moves
Sat. March 9 Noon-1:30 PM
Sign up here

Nia 52 Moves 3: The Upper Extremities
Sat. April 6 Noon-1:30 PM
Learn how to activate Nia's Fives Sensations, Flexibility, Agility, Mobility, Stability and Strength 
for greater physical health and conditioning.
Sign up here

Nia Five Sensations
Sat. April 27 Noon-1:30 PM
Learn how to activate Nia's Five Sensations, 
Flexibility, Agility, Mobility, Stability and Strength 
for greater physical health and conditioning.
Sign up here

Conditioning Nia Moves with 
Three Intensity Levels/Three Planes of Movement
Sat. May 11 Noon-1:30 PM
Learn how to self-direct three distinct fitness intensity levels and three planes of movement, low-medium-high. Benefits are more fluidity, strength, healthier joints, definition 
and a stronger cardiovascular system.
Sign up here



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The artist





"As an artist with a background in figurative life drawing, graphic journalism, design and illustration, I love to tell an open-ended visual story with my works. Using a variety of mediums including drawing, collage, painting, found objects assemblage and encaustic, I create allegorical works that may open doors to self-reflection and the discovery of pathways to a deeper part of the creative visual mind. Fascinated with the aesthetics of motion and rhythm, I often create works from my own experience as a long time dancer and equestrian, incorporating the relationship of humans and horses in movement." 
-- Randee Fox


The horsewoman


Dance with a horse!

Learn more here

‘Nia and Horses’ Somatic Education
Teaching movement awareness with horses from a place of confident physical comfort

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The Nia Teacher
Learn more about Nia here
“I love it when my Nia students begin to show their light – when the first laser thin beams shine through the tiniest holes, a little at a time, filling the room with color - even if it takes years for their spirit to break through. This openness contributes to a wild contagious atmosphere of exploration, expansiveness and growth, for all to enjoy and dip into.”
--Randee Fox - Nia First Degree Black Belt Teacher, Artist, Horsewoman
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Nia classes with Randee Fox: 

I teach exhilarating Classic Nia classes class at four eastside locations! 

Tuesday - 9:30 AM
Classic Nia
Sammamish Family YMCA

Wednesday - 12:15 PM
Classic Nia
Bellevue Family YMCA 

Saturday - 9:30 AM
Classic Nia 
Blue Heron Ranch

LOCATIONS AND PRICING:

Bellevue Location:
Bellevue Family YMCA
14230 Bel-Red Road
Bellevue, WA 98007
Free to Y Members / Drop in: 18


Sammamish Locations:
Blue Heron Ranch Moving Arts and Equestrian
25025 NE 8th Street
Sammamish, WA 98074

Sammamish Family YMCA
831 228th Ave NE
Sammamish, WA 98075




The Joy of Dancing with Community
"The cords of connection go very deep on the dance floor and continue long after the class. The creative Human Soul is nourished, dancing with community, and longs to return for more. As we become more relaxed in our dance, the cords become 'chords' sung through our tuning fork-like bodies allowing us to ‘right’ our tone, release energetic buildup and return our bodies and lives to harmony - daily.” 
--Randee Fox, Nia Black Belt Teacher


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