WELCOME TO THE GABRIELLE ROTH'S 5RHYTHMS!
For the last 11 years, Richard Jerram has been blessed to teach this is a simple and potentially profound movement practice where we meet to move and find ourselves at our most fluid and creative level.
Gabrielle Roth's 5Rhythms® of Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical, and Stillness are different ways of moving that embody different ways of being in the world. Together, they form 'The Wave'; a simple movement practice that encourages us to find our own unique dance through improvisation. Demos, exercises, & partner dances are woven into the Wave. It's a chance to explore for yourself, and everyone is welcome, regardless of age, fitness, ability or experience.
A huge range of people all over the world dance the 5Rhythms on a regular basis:- young, middle-aged, old; adults & children; the rich and famous; women in prison, folks in wheelchairs, disadvantaged kids in New Haven, orphans in Cambodia; and hundreds of extraordinary ordinary people -all united by the wish to bring more movement and wholeness into their lives, -on the dance-floor and out in the world.
This is for anyone who seeks an authentic ecstasy in which we go beyond ourselves by going in and through ourselves. 5Rhythms Dance has evolved over the past 40 years and has hundreds of teachers world-wide, all trained by the discoverer and founder Gabrielle Roth. It is a PRACTICE in which the benefits accrue over time.
WHEN & WHERE CAN I DANCE?
Richard Jerram has moved to Baltimore now, so only classes taught by Richard will be posted here on this MeetUp. There are many more classes in the area than are on this MeetUp: Do look for them at:-
http://www.meetup.com/5RhythmsNJ/ and www.facebook.com/5rhythmsphilly
Summary of Richard's classes:
SATURDAY Dec 29: Dance Out The Old (2.00 - 6.00 pm)
4th FRIDAY evening in CHERRY HILL NJ (5th Fri in November only)
5Rhythms in Baltimore & DC.
For 5Rhythms in Baltimore -with Richard Jerram & Jilsarah Moscowitz,
There are various classes, workshops & groups the DC area, some led by Richard Jerram: see www.danceintheusa.com