5Rhythms Tribe | June 2017 Teacher Spotlight

Lucia Horan

To love and be loved, that is the goal. This is my path, and the one I bring to all of my students as I present the question, “What is your capacity to love and be loved”? <br><br> In my lifetime of dancing with Gabrielle she lead me in...

Karen Ritscher

I took my first workshop with Gabrielle in 1998, and I wanted to run away as quickly as I could! I spent the entire weekend in my head, evaluating and judging, in ecstatic terror, while at the same time deeply longing for the freedom and joy that I could ...


5Rhythms Tribe | May 2017 Teacher Spotlight

Sayrah Garrison

My very first experience of the 5Rhythms was in 2001 with Jonathan Horan at the Children’s Aid Society just before 9/11. Based in NYC, I was a flight attendant doing mostly international travel to German speaking countries. Ja, ich spreche Deutsch! I o...

Kierra Foster-Ba

I discovered the 5Rhythms® in Crunch Gym. My first teacher, Jane Seltzer was offering a class there and it was the beginning of a whole new way of living for me. In the span of an hour class the 5Rhythms® cracked me open; gave me a powerful vehicle self...


Home is where the rhythm is | #InternationalDanceDay

Home is where the rhythm is — whether alone in your living room, on the beach, in the woods, walking down a busy street or stepping onto a 5Rhythms dance floor in community — the rhythms are a map to lead you back home to your truest self, a route to your roots.


Notes on Practice: Flying in Formation

At Riis Park, the solitary birds are my first dance partners this morning.  Before long, however, I join with an entire flock, soaring as they soar, holding my arms out …


5Rhythms Tribe | Community That Inspires

April 2017   Musings + Art + Happenings from our Tribal Individuals The 5Rhythms practice | A lens for life   Finding the Light of Hope: The Possibility of 5Rhythms by Tamaki …


5Rhythms Tribe | Finding the Light of Hope: The Possibility of 5Rhythms

by Tamaki Okuda, Japan Tamaki is a dancer in Japan who has 4 children, 2 of whom have developmental disorders. Before becoming a mother, Tamaki worked for 15 years as …


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