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5Rhythms – check this out for the 5Rhythms global picture, and if you want to find a teacher in your area. Only teachers who are members of the 5Rhythms Teachers Association are listed, so if you don’t have any luck finding someone near you, do a bit of google research.

Raven Recording – where you can find music, videos, books, clothes and more, related to the 5Rhythms practice. I particularly recommend these videos giving you instruction on the rhythms; a must-have if you’re serious about the rhythms and practicing at home. Also there are two albums co-created with myself and Swedish musician Peter Almqvist.

Gabrielle Roth: just YouTube her and learn. Then dance.

5Rhythms app – Find and book weekly classes & workshops in 55+ countries on 6 continents.

5Rhythms Reach Out – creating opportunities for people who wouldn’t normally walk into a conventional 5Rhythms class. Go support it if you can.



Learn to DJ! This is my other site, and here you’ll find a set of in-depth video tutorials that will take you the whole journey from setting up equipment, through absolute basics to creative mastery.

Matthew Barley – my brother is one of the most interesting cellists out there – lots of great stuff on iTunes

1 Giant Leap – get all their music and DVDs. Seriously.

Blessed Unrest – if you haven’t seen this short video, it’s well worth it. Published in 2007, and things have only grown since then. This is a revolution.

Bodhisattva in Metro – one of my favourite youtubes ever.

Sister-practices around the world

There are a wealth of movement practices that have in some way sprung up around the 5Rhythms over the years, which you may want to explore if you’re curious about this world of dance as prayer. These ones have emerged from the love and creative brilliance of people who are friends and colleagues from many years, and whose work I can recommend:

Soul Motion     Movement Medicine     Open Floor   One Dance Tribe

Press articles

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The photos on this site were taken by the brilliant artists Masayo Benoist, Tammy Lynn, and the late Michael Julian Berz