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We come together as a tribe,
to share our practice,
to share our journey,
to connect with ourselves,
and with one another.

In this workshop, we will dive deep in the body for two days of movement -- flesh, blood and bone. Then, we will sink further into the inescapable, inevitable, and enduring heart for two days of emotional movement and awareness. Two days Waves; two days Heartbeat. Six teachers join together to collaborate and collectively guide your journey.

New to 5Rhythms? This workshop is appropriate for enthusiastic beginners. Learn more about what you can expect on Ann Kite’s Home page, About 5Rhythms page and FAQ page.

Teacher Certification: 2-days Waves; 2-days Heartbeat




Registration includes dance, housing, and all meals.

There are no promotional codes for this event.

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The Teachers

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Jonathan Horan

Jonathan is Gabrielle Roth's son and closest collaborator. He is the Executive Director of her international institute, 5Rhythms Global as well as the Director of The Moving Center School NYC. Jonathan has been immersed in the 5Rhythms practice throughout his life and continues to be a key catalyst in its evolution. He is a member of the core teaching faculty of both training and advanced work and teaches workshops of all levels around the world. His weekly NYC High Vibrations class has been featured in New York Magazine, Breathe, and the Daily News, and was chosen as the hottest movement class in New York by the Village Voice.

Shanti Park

Shanti is the first Korean 5Rhythms Waves teacher and the only certified Heartbeat teacher throughout Asia.  She has created multiple 5Rhythms communities in Quebec, Canada and South Korea.  Shanti has over 20 years of experience as a bodyworker and meditation practitioner and is currently co-running a certified massage institute in Quebec.  She combines sharp insight with humor and authenticity and draws upon her understanding of body-mind-spirit connections in her teaching. 

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Peter Fodera

“My passion as an artist and art conservator, combined with my experiences in yoga and meditation and my eclectic love of music continue to enrich my practice of the 5Rhythms movement meditation. From the moment I stepped into the 5Rhythms, I knew that I had been called home.”  Peter lives in New York City.

Ann Kite

“I believe in the intuitive wisdom of the body and teach 5Rhythms as a path to healing through deep communion with the incarnate self.  I am passionate about life, about love of self and other, and about honoring the gifts that come through each of us.”  Ann lives in Charlottesville, Virginia and teaches regularly in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC.

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Emmanuelle Rolland

“Out of the blues, 5Rhythms rolled into my life, seduced me and gave me colors. Its waves caught me in its riptide, I fell in love and found my breath. It is my medicine, my language, my element, my Ariadne thread. Now after years of diving, I am delighted to offer this wonderful practice to you.”  Emmanuelle lives in Portland, Maine.

Ray Diaz

“From a very early age, I was told that a man was not supposed to cry, and that the way to gain respect was through violence. Today, I take the impulse of violence to the dance floor, and my weapons of choice are my music, my feet, my sweat, my heart, and the map of 5Rhythms.”  Ray lives in Bronx, NY where he also teaches power yoga and spinning (stationary bike).

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Camp Ramblewood
2564 Silver Rd
Darlington, MD


Ramblewood is a rural camp and retreat center in northeast Maryland near historic Havre de Grace and adjacent the Susquehanna River. The camp is less than a 3-hour drive from New York City and less than 2 hours from Washington DC. Ramblewood features a large indoor dance hall with sprung floor, swimming pool, pond with canoes, and miles of hiking trails. The Ramblewood dining hall and kitchen serve healthy, balanced meals and can accommodate any dietary restrictions.

Dancers traveling by air are recommended to use the Philadelphia International Airport. The closest train station, in Aberdeen, is about a 20 minute drive from Ramblewood.

For more information see the Ramblewood website.



Workshop Schedule


September 12th



Registration + Settle In





September 13th






1 pm


2 pm

Rest + Explore Grounds





september 14Th













Fire Circle

september 15Th











During this workshop, you'll stay in the cabins at Camp Ramblewood.

Ramblewood features dormitory-style cabins and a limited number of private-room cabins with two twin beds and shared baths. All beds include Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattresses.

All cabins are open air and all baths include hot water showers. Temperatures in Maryland in September are quite comfortable, ranging from 56° to 78° F (13° to 26° C) daily. Attendees are responsible for providing their own linens (bed sheets, pillows, blankets, and bath towels).

You can specify your cabin preference (dormitory or private room) when you register.




The cancellation policy for this workshop is as follows:

For a full refund minus a $75 processing fee, you must cancel at least 6 weeks in advance of this workshop. For a full refund minus a 50% processing fee you must cancel at least 4 weeks in advance of this workshop. Within 3 weeks of this workshop all refunds will be subject to participant replacement. If the workshop is either not full or we are unable to fill your spot, your money will not be refunded.

In the event that the organizers cancel this workshop, for any reason:

  • A full refund of the payment received from each participant will be made.

  • The organizers will hold no financial responsibility for the participants’ travel expenses.

  • Every attempt will be made to give as much prior warning of cancellation as possible.

To request a refund send email to