We are wishing everyone a joyous and save Christmas and New Years this Holiday Season. Rio Rhythmics will be closed from Thursday 24 December through until 1 January. We re-open on Saturday 2 January from 2pm with our first party back that night. Latin Mix 2 January 7pm Introductory lesson 8:30pm till late social dancing.…Details
Weeks of planning, late night discussions and then finally your moment arrives. You step onto the dance floor and look at your partner. Are you dance ready? When its all boiled down, dancing is as simple as walking. This 6 wk course will teach you the basics of leading and following, show you simple presentation…Details
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…Details
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…Details
“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…Details
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.
Closing the week long celebrations in West End, Fiesta Latina celebrates Halloween – Latin style. Known as “Day of the Dead” this community event is hosted by LACA, Latin American Community Association QLD. Closing Russell St in West End, festivities will include food, music, dance and LLamas!! Rio Rhythmics will be a part of the…Details
Starting at the top of Boundary, Kurilpa Derby is a crazy cavalcade of West Enders riding in all manner of bikes, scooters, street cars, bath tubs and anything else with wheels. Hosted by WECA (West End Community Association), the event has a fantastic community spirit which we love to support. ‘Rio Rhythmics percussionists and dancers…Details
Classes will be running this Monday the 5th of October over the Public Holiday.
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Our new term is underway and we are accepting enrolments until week 3! No partner or experience required. With our full range of 12 wk Starter and 6wk Latin Dance Starter or Cuban Salsa Starter, there is something for everyone. Click here for our current timetable.