Gentle Movement Therapies Yield Big Results

Debra Reis provides ideas and options to consider for your fitness plan that are a gentle movement style yet yield effective results. Discover more about using Nia and/or Ageless Grace in your lifestyle.
For more information, watch this Short Nia Demonstration or visit the Nia website and the Ageless Grace website. Learn more about Deb at her website, Debra Reis, RN MSN, NP.

About Debra Reis, RN MSN NP:

Debra ReisDebra Reis is a nurse, teacher and author specializing in holistic health and supportive therapies including essential oils, relaxation techniques and gentle movement therapies. She is the director and an instructor for the Certification in Clinical Aromatherapy program for the Institute of Spiritual Healing & Aromatherapy and nationally known expert in the area of essential oils for cancer care. According to several students, Deb has a gift for making complex information easy to understand and integrate into practice.

Deb is a Nia Black Belt instructor offering community classes as well as specialty classes for cancer survivors. Nia is a fusion fitness program integrating mind, body, spirit concepts through movement. Her current research and recent publication is in the area of Nia benefits for women with a breast cancer diagnosis. Deb incorporates relaxation therapies such as guided imagery and aromatherapy at an outpatient oncology center and maintains an independent practice as a holistic consultant and practitioner. She has several publications to her credit and has given many presentations on holistic topics.

Deb is the founder of the Supportive Therapy Engagement Program (STEP) to assist organizations to implement and integrate supportive therapies into a patient treatment plan for better outcomes.

Watch Deb’s other episodes of S.T.E.P. Into Health: Supportive Therapies for Better Outcomes.

  1. Thanks, Deb, gentle movement therapies sound perfect for a large segment of the population to help keep fit and healthy both physically and mentally. I think anyone wanting to start or maintain a program should contact you to get more information.

  2. Thanks for the information on gentle movement therapies, Deb! I love your NIA class, especially since it can be done at a level that each individual feels comfortable with, and yoga has been a long time favorite of mine. It’s good to know that they can be so helpful for not only our bodies but our minds also.

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