Charles Village 5Rhythms: 4th Sundays at 3 pm

A Call to Dance the 5Rhythm 'Wave' for self-development, freedom, & community. Put the self into motion to music and explore different ways of being and moving -on your own and with others.


on 2nd & 4th Sunday afternoons opposite the Art Museum in Charles Village.


3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Led by Richard Jerram

Gabrielle Roth's 5Rhythms® of Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical, and Stillness form ‘The Wave’, a simple movement meditation practice that encourages us to find our own dance of embodied feeling and to discover ourselves at our most fluid and creative level, bringing more of ourselves –body, heart, mind & soul- into movement, on the dance floor & out in the world. There are no steps to learn and it can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of age, fitness, ability, or experience.

Please note that this event is promoted in various forms and is not a pure Meetup event. Not everyone RSVPs, but Past Meetups do show the correct attendance.

$20

$15 Students / Elders / Unemployed

$10 Newcomers to 5Rhythms

Parking in the area should be free on Sundays.

Richard Jerram brings heart, humor, and twelve years’ experience as an accredited teacher. He discovered the 5Rhythms in 1996 and has taught classes and workshops for groups of 2 to 120 dancers in London, Lisbon and Melbourne (including groups of Buddhists and Quakers). Richard moved to Philadelphia from the UK in March 2008 and has now moved to Baltimore. He teaches regularly in New Jersey and Maryland.



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  • A former member
    A former member

    I am heading back to Phoenix and will miss you, beautiful tribe you are! Bless!

    August 24, 2013

    • David A

      Season, It was wonderful dancing with and meeting you. Safe travels back. Hope you can return and dance with us in the future.

      August 24, 2013

    • Richard J.

      Great to dance with you, Season!

      August 24, 2013

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