5Rhythms® is a kind of dynamic meditation in the movement. It’s a practice of the conscious being in your own body, here and now; it’s a practice of creative and mindful existence.

5Rythms® is a method that was created and patented in the 60’s of the past century in the USA by Gabrielle Roth. Within a few decades, it has spread around the world, yielding a tribe that consists of tens, if not hundreds of people.


In the material terms, 5Rhythms® features all the advantages of the intense, physical activity: the movement releases endorphins, your blood circulation improves, the sweat cleanses your body from toxins.


In the spiritual terms, the same practice becomes a trigger that makes the strong, transformative process possible. The movement lets the dancers go beyond the sense of isolation and their ego; the blood circulating in veins becomes the flowing life energy; the sweat cleanses the body and sanctifies the existence.


5 qualities of the movement (Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical and Stillness) teach us how to awaken the infinite creativity throughout the movement.


Like every meditation or the physical activity, 5Rhythms® has also a therapeutic aspect.


If you like to move to the sounds of music – this practice is probably for you. If you’re the person who dances alone at home when nobody watches – it means that there’s an Eternal Dancer inside you and the 5Rhythms® will help him/her come to light!

Rhythms are the guidelines on our ways back to ourselves: sensitive, wild, passionate, instinctive and beautiful ones.

The classes are called The 5Rhythms®Wave. During the classes, through the movement, we will feel our bodies from the inside and will let them move on their own, intuitive, creative way.

During the class, as part of a short warm-up, we will progressively focus on each part of the body. In dance, we will follow the flow of both ourselves and the group. We will “dance out” things that cause us pain and other stuff of which we may not even be aware. This will allow you to leave the dance floor in deep peace.

The fitness and endurance of the dancers do not matter at all; what matters is the energy we bring. Even a lack of energy is still a form of it. As a result of the practice of movement and the exchange of energy, it will pull you out of a bad mood! The class format remains unchanged, yet each one is different. Sometimes we dance individually, sometimes together. We move in harmony with our own bodies and their capabilities. We dance barefoot and in comfortable clothing. Remember to bring water with you; drink plenty of it both during and after the class!

Rhythms are the guidelines on our ways back to ourselves: sensitive, wild, passionate, instinctive and beautiful ones.

For me, the rhythms are the celebration of life, feminine and masculine element in each of us, the path of spiritual development and tantra.

Tomasz Szymocha