Rhythm in Motion

Connect to deep healing through rhythm, movement and percussion

Location: Islington Unitarians (Unity Church) London N1 2TZ
Start Date: 15 November, 2009 at 04:00
Finish Date: 15 November 2009 at 06:00
Leader: Leader (View profile)
Cost: £7/?5 concessions

 

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Combines movement dance & drumming as a path to health, self discovery, and healing. Hand-held percussion instruments such as frame drums ankle and hand bells and shakers and boom whackers, offer us a great range of movement possibilities. It’s a kind of “Stomp” meets Five Rhythms dancing.

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Each session starts with breath meditation, movement visualisation, gentle stretching, slow movement dance (Tai chi ) with drum, rhythm learning, body percussion, and ends with a dance drum jam.

Programme is led by Lennie Charles. Lennie has been involved in dance for over 18 yrs. Throughout his dance career he has worked with a number of movement and body conditioning techniques, including Pilates, Todd, Alexander and Feldenkrais. He is founder of London Frame Drum Festival. and regularly leads frame drum and percussion classes and groups.
 

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Categories: Body    Class    Healing    Movement    Music/song/rhythm   

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Comments

Lennie is Lovely!

posted by Saoirse on 03-November-09

Didn't quite know what to expect from this class, but it was great fun! Not for the faint hearted or rhythmically challenged, however, Lennie's teaching style was patient and reassuring. Helpful if you have some coordination, but not absolutely necessary, as shaking, rattling, banging, clapping and dancing made me feel like a kid again. Well worth the price.




 

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