Can people without a sense of rhythm learn to dance to music? And what is included in the brain to do this?

Can people without a sense of rhythm learn to dance to music? And what is included in the brain to do this?

How to Dance with Rhythm Tutorial (Club Dance for Beginners) I Get Dance

Previous questionHow to calm down (decrease) your libido?
Next questionYou live in a village with only one male hairdresser. He only cuts those who do not cut their own hair. The question arises: who cuts the hairdresser himself?

answers (2)

Answer 1
June, 2021

They can, since the absolute absence of a sense of rhythm occurs only in people who are deaf since childhood, who have never heard rhythmic sounds.

Your sense of rhythm can and should be developed starting from the very foundations of rhythm. How to do it? Swing your head, arms, legs to the beat of the music, with whatever you can, get into the rhythm. The simplest exercise is an exercise with a metronome, which you can find on the Internet or download to your computer. Typically, the metronome is used to guide you in the tempo of a song, in the absence of drums (which in turn set the rhythm), for example. In people with a developed sense of rhythm, the brain + ears ligament acts as a metronome, which perfectly count the beat on their own. The metronome will suit you because it "plays out" a certain rhythmic pattern. Turn on the metronome and click your fingers / clap your hands / stomp your foot to the beat of the metronome.

Everyone remembers the school waltz and the popular "ONE, two, three .. ONCE, two, three" this is the very rhythm. Listen carefully to the metronome rhythm and click your fingers to the rhythm, for a strong beat (it sounds stronger by ear), clap harder. Repeat this exercise until the metronome sound and your claps / clicks are perfectly matched. You will immediately feel what rhythm is. And you can play it yourself, and the rhythm of the metronome and the rhythm of the composition you hear.

And since you want to dance - dance! Do not be ashamed that you do not fall into the rhythm, this is normal and there is nothing wrong with that. Dance to the rhythm. After several weeks of such exercises, you will feel the rhythm a little better, and perhaps so well that you can dance without music, inventing a rhythm in your head!

Described may not be entirely clear, but I hope you can do it. Success to you!

Answer 2
June, 2021

They can, but it is very difficult and time consuming. Once upon a time, back in our student years, we had a partner in the ballroom dance ensemble who had neither hearing nor sense of rhythm. But he danced, and danced to the music. True, for this he needed to memorize specific music, which he does at some point. It was not immediately, he got confused to the new music, but if the music was familiar to him, he danced quite flawlessly. So you don't need to turn on anything in your brain, you just need perseverance, familiar music and a good partner.

Related question

Which part of the brain is responsible for the sense of humor? And what is wrong with him when this feeling is not developed in a person?

Read more

How to overcome music addiction? Can't do anything without musical accompaniment, including driving a car, household issues, going to the toilet, even before going to bed?

Read more

How to learn to "turn off" the brain during sleep, on vacation, on vacation? How to learn to rest in the full sense of the word?

Read more

How to improve your rhythm

How much weight can you lose by dancing at a rave festival for a couple of days almost without stopping? One person said that he danced like this, apparently under the wheels, and lost 10 kilos, is it possible?

Read more

Why do people like listening to music so much? How does listening to music affect the brain?

Read more

How to remove dark circles and bags under the eyes? A small number of people do not have this problem at all. And this is without any makeup?

Read more

Is it possible to disrupt the work of the heart rhythm with a decrease in physical activity in a professional athlete? What can be done?

Read more

What is the evolutionary value of self-awareness? Wouldn't it be better to exist without this wasteful program in the brain? (Inspired by "False Blindness" by Peter Watts)

Read more

Rhythm 101 | Dancing on Beat Tutorial

Who in the brain hears sounds and sees pictures - can we say that this is done by the brain itself or is there a perceiving subject - what can neuroscience say about this?

Read more

Disturbed by pain in the heart and a feeling of disturbance in the rhythm of the heartbeat. What examinations should be done before going to a cardiologist?

Read more

Is it possible at the age of 14 to learn how to dance ballroom dancing well, or should it be done only from an early age, like gymnastics?

Read more

Why is it important for doctors, veterinarians and people of this kind to learn foreign languages?

Read more

How do people manage to sense someone's gaze, even if the beholder is out of sight?

Read more

Improve Your Musical Rhythm w/ Metronome Exercises (no instrument needed)

These are the symptoms of arrhythmia: when the heart stumbles, the rhythm slows down in half for a few seconds and then the rhythm starts running again?

My heart rate is within normal limits: 70-90 beats. in min. Nothing hurts. But sometimes arrhythmia is clearly felt: when the heart stumbles, the rhythm slows down twice for a few seconds (at these moments the heart makes several intensified beats), and then the rhythm starts running again. Coul...

Read more

What movies are better to watch to learn more about our body and about the secret processes in the brain?

Read more

The Nobel in Medicine was awarded for the discovery of the mechanisms of circadian rhythms. What it is?

Read more

What is included in the concept of grooming for a woman? And why is simple hygiene not enough for most?

Read more

Why is it too lazy to learn new information and generally load the brain? Is this a defense mechanism? How to learn any information, because it's easier than physical. load?

Read more

Why Don’t Some People Have Rhythm?

Why do I get stuck sometimes? I stare at one point for a few seconds without blinking, then I "come to my senses" again. Is this normal?

Read more

Are the openness of feelings, the manifestation of emotions, facial expressions during a conversation connected with the structure of the brain of people without cognitive disorders? How?

Read more