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White Magic | Fundraising for ASCEP

For almost 15 years, Rio Rhythmics have been supporting ASCEP, a creche for children with mental and physical disabilities in Goiânia; Brazil. In July 2015, our directors Jada and Tarcisio visited the creche and were thrilled to see the development in the centre. Jada reported that “The Government is behind in payments to ASCEP; for…

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Lucas Tambelli

Learn percussion and be at the heart of the Parade!

Ever wondered what it would be like at the epicentre of a Brazilian Carnaval parade? Be part of a drumming crew that drives the rhythm and produces the energy that drives the dancers crazy! Rio Rhythmics is proud to be co-hosting a 10 week Carnaval percussion course with Lucas Tambelli from Brisbane’s up and coming Brazilian…

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Dance Journey | Zuleika Henderson

“Rio Rhythmics started me back on my dancing journey after many years and I’ll be forever grateful to everyone there for giving me the confidence to reconnect with my passion. It really did make a big difference to my life.” Zuleika Henderson In 2011 Zuleika started dancing Salsa Rueda at Rio Rhythmics, driving 90min just to…

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QUT Dance curriculum | Rio Rhythmics Director invited panelist

Rio Rhythmics Director, Jada de Goey Teatini-Climaco has once again been invited to be on the assessment panel for QUT’s dance subject “Latin Dance Party” which covers Salsa Rueda, Bossa Nova and Merengue. The subject was created by former Rio Rhythmics instructor, Rachel Pedro, who is now a lecturer in Dance Theory at QUT.

 

Rebekah Butt

Welcome to our Teaching Team | Rebekah Butt

We are thrilled to be welcoming Rebekah Butt to our Teaching Team. Rebekah is a total creative! Musician, dancer, choreographer and interior designer. She was introduced to Latin dance at Rio Rhythmics in 2007 and since then her dance journey has taken her to Brazil and back and even onto the Ballroom dance floor as…

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