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Graovsko horo against sedentary at work
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Graovsko horo against sedentary at work

In the world of sickness and sedentary, experts found the key of health of the body and soul. It is called FOLKNETIKA - a 10-minute everyday team building at the work place - a dance, based on the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian horo (traditional folklore dance).

The asymmetric meters of Bulgarian folklore are the key of health
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The asymmetric meters of Bulgarian folklore are the key of health

In the world of sickness and sedentary, experts found the key of health of the body and soul. It is called FOLKNETIKA - a 10-minute everyday team building - aerobics at the work place - a dance, based on the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian horo (traditional folklore dance) - without choreography or stage attire, without learning complicated steps from the authentic dances - just pure joy of dancing.

Bulgarian folklore dances are the solution of the sedentary in companies
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Bulgarian folklore dances are the solution of the sedentary in companies

Nowadays, the total immobilization of people is a very important theme. The way of life we live is different – most of the professions require a sitting position all day long and our bodies are forced to get used to that.

Folknetika – team building for the office
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Folknetika – team building for the office

We have presented you Folknetika - a new way of indoor team building with dances, suitable for the office. Not just dances but folk dances that are thousand of years old.

New daily team building makes the employees healthier and smiley
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New daily team building makes the employees healthier and smiley

We talked about the new team-building called FOLKNETIKA – it is the key of the good health condition and happiness of your employees.

Bulgarian magic - the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian horo
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Bulgarian magic - the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian horo

Bulgarian folk dances are based on asymmetrical meter, built up around various combinations of 'quick' and 'slow' music. The music, in Western musical notation, is often described using compound meter notation, where the notational meter accents can be of different lengths, usually 1, 2, 3, or 4. Many Bulgarian dances are line dances, in which the dancers dance in a straight or curved line, holding hands.

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