Your happiness is only a happy emotion away!
When you play with rhythm combined with your voice, you are teaching your body to have fun. When you have fun, you feel happy. As you keep doing so, you enhance your immune system. Why is that so? Because it feels good, when you feel good, you will be inspired to do good. Thus you enter a cycle of good feeling. Feeling good enhance your immune system.
Rhythm and body combined with voice release Feeling Good: Endorphins.
Rhythm and body combined with voice create a sense of Connectedness.
Rhythm and body combined with voice align your body and mind. And remove negative feelings.
How Your Brain reacts to rhythm and voice
Rhythm and body combined with voice is a great workout for your brain. By practicing this, you access your entire brain. Research shows that the physical transmission of rhythmic energy to the brain actually synchronizes the left and right hemispheres. So, when the logical left hemisphere and the intuitive right hemisphere of your brain begin to pulsate together, your inner guidance system – or intuition – becomes stronger.
Even listening and watching these lectures regularly can have the same effect as doing it yourself.
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PreviewIntroducing Ao-Ao (Vocal & hands moving ing rhythm) (2:41)
StartAo-Ao-AAo-Ao (Vocal & hands moving in rhythm) (8:48)
StartThe Caxixi (Vocal & hands moving in rhythm)
StartAaA intro (4:30)
StartAaA 2 (4:42)
StartConcluding Modul 1. Part 1 Cooking "One big soup" with AaA (6:53)
StartConcluding Modul 1.. Part 2. With stumping. (2:54)
StartBonus video. More stumping. (2:04)
Writer, Composer, Musician.
Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Kouame Sereba was born in Abidjan, Cote d´Ivoire, West-Africa.
He was sent by his parents to their native village Tiegba at the
age of 10. Living there he learned about traditional life, music and
dance. By the age of 20, he travelled across the African continent where
he visited and lived in countries like Mali, Niger, Cameron, Nigeria,
Central African Republic, Sudan, Egypt and Israel. In 1983 Kouame moved
to Norway, where he is now based. Here, he plays an important role in
the music scene. In addition to his solo projects and online teaching,
he collaborates with musicians of many different styles; jazz, folk,
contemporary, as well as traditional and modern African music.
From his base in Norway, Kouame is traveling all over the world with his performances, workshops and public talks.
Kouame Sereba sings is song “ATOLAGO" (Drowning Man Trail) in the Hollywood film "The Interpreter." A thriller with Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn.
Kouame Sereba is the author of the book "Become the Teacher they will never forget"
Kouame Sereba meets Thousands of kids in a year with his performance "Kouame Meetings Kids".
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