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.

Managers can provide healthy life of their employees by practicing FOLKNETIKA. It is very useful for the people that work in sitting position.

We will take a look of the Folknetika’s positive effects over the human body: FOLKNETIKA, based on the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian dances is not just a sport, its a great entertainment - a combination of beautiful dance moves and rhythmical steps.

FOLKNETIKA is suitable for everyone, regardless of skill, age and weight, as the different dynamics of the participants doesn't hinder them from keeping the same pace of the dance. Bulgarian dances are the only dances in the world that are in Asymmetric meters. Asymmetric meter is a musical meter with an irregular pulse.

The asymmetric meters of Bulgarian folklore are the key of health

Asymmetric meters are the key to the healthy impact of these dances and make them different from all other dances in the world.

According to a research, made by a group of scientists, the dance affects the nervous system both calming and restorative. The person forgets his/her problems and becomes more cheerful and relaxed.

Even if only 1/5 of the Europeans with a sedentary lifestyle start practicing Folknetika, at least 100,000 lives will be saved for ONE year!

The main idea is Folknetika to be spread around the companies and practiced by their employees for a few minutes in their breaks during the work time.

Make your business more successful and your employees - more motivated and happy!

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