RHYTHMECALITY®

Find your rhythm!
The new learning method for dancers, dance coaches, and dance teachers

Successful dancers and dance teachers, Holger Nitsche and Jürgen Neudeck, present their unique RHYTHMECALITY® method: Rather than losing themselves in dance theory, dancers will rediscover the rhythm of their own body and in the music and translate it into movement. As a result, they will be able to move in time and to the beat as well as to the rhythm. This objective is achieved by an improved understanding of the music and clearly structured instructions for movement. Different sound and rhythmic patterns allow dance teachers and dancers to improve individual deficits of movement skills.

In addition, dance teachers and dance coaches receive a methodical structure for their lessons.

In the beginning there was rhythm

Everyone knows and experiences rhythm in his own unique way. However, in western society our senses are rarely stimulated rhythmically. Whereas a child will in general start dancing spontaneously when it hears music, having a natural feeling for its body rhythm, adults often find this difficult. It is easily understood why Latin and North American, and African music are so popular with us. These cultures have the organic naturalness of body rhythm in music that so many of us in western society seem to have lost.

What does rhythm mean – for us?

For us, musical rhythm is defined by the organic relationship of body and music.

In our book and CD series, we have created a structure in which specific musical sounds are in direct relationship to the dancer’s body rhythm.

Today’s problem

Often dance students and dancers struggle to align basic steps, dance figures, or choreographies with the major rhythmic elements of the music. Even advanced and well trained dancers find it difficult to translate the music adequately into body movements. Therefore, “good” and conceptional music material is needed. However, too little is available. It has been our experience that many dance students have neither learnt to hear nor can they feel rhythm. We tend to over-emphasize counting rhythm out.

RHYTHMECALITY® MOTTO:
„STOP COUNTING AND FEEL THE RHYTHM!“

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RHYTHMECALITY® SAMBA – Book and CD
(German/English)

Find your rhythm!
The new learning method for dancers, dance coaches, and dance teachers 

Rather than losing themselves in dance theory, dancers will rediscover the rhythm of their own body and in the music and translate it into movement. As a result, they will be able to move in time and to the beat as well as to the rhythm.

RHYTHMECALITY'S® MOTTO:
„STOP COUNTING AND FEEL THE RHYTHM!“

Simple and structured presentation of complex Samba rhythms!

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RHYTHMECALITY® RUMBA – Book and 2 CDs
(German/English)

Cuban Rumba and Rumba Carré

Find your rhythm!
The new learning method for dancers, dance coaches, and dance teachers

Rather than losing themselves in dance theory, dancers will rediscover the rhythm of their own body and in the music and translate it into movement. As a result, they will be able to move in time and to the beat as well as to the rhythm.

RHYTHMECALITY'S® MOTTO:
„STOP COUNTING AND FEEL THE RHYTHM!“

Simple and structured presentation of complex Rumba rhythms!

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The Rhythm-Lights concept