In order to be able to orientate and express oneself musically or dance-wise, it is very helpful to understand the music and its individual parts through the body.
Into which musical and temporal units can pieces of music be divided? How can I keep orientation in pieces of music with more complex rhythms? Can I sing my favorite song and accompany myself rhythmically to it?
Instead of answering these and other questions verbally, we go directly into movement. Through rhythmic exercises, clapping games and improvisation using the body as an instrument, coordination, listening and musicality are enhanced.
The lessons can also take place in small groups of two to four people. Here, rhythmic games can be expanded and when creating and maintaining a beat together, usually both the fun factor and the level of difficulty increase.
Rhythmic exercises are also always part of piano and singing lessons.