Douglas Drummond

Douglas was introduced to Gabrielle Roth's 5Rhythms movement meditation when he was 19yrs old and his first experience literally blew his pants right off. The 5Rhythms was a map that allowed Douglas to see & experience the world through a creative lens. The practice opened a path towards a new perspective of life. He now leads classes and retreats in the US and abroad. Body, Mind and Soul, the 5Rhythms is the expression of his artistic shape-shifter; creating a space for which to share the inexplicable and give expression to where words could not.

Douglas has been passionately involved with the 5Rhythms community for over 10 years. He is a professional in the health & wellness industry, Heart of Yoga Teacher and avid nature devotee. He and his wife Lucia lead 5Rhythms internationally and are based on Maui, Hawaii. 

Lucia Horan Drummond

Lucia Horan was born into the family of the 5Rhtyhms®. She has been dancing with Gabrielle Roth from the time of her birth.

She was raised in the community of Esalen® Institute, in Big Sur, CA. She was certified to teach the 5Rhythms in 1998. Lucia has taught at Esalen Institute (CA), Omega Institute (NY & Costa Rica), Kripalu, Centro de Ompia (Italy), The Studio Maui (Hawaii), TNK Psychology Institute (Osaka and Tokyo Japan), The Moving Center School (San Francisco and NYC), Wanderlust Vermont & Oahu. She is recognized as an international teacher of the 5Rhythms® practice.

Lucia brings to her teaching practice a lifetime of experience with the 5Rhythms® as a way to move through the fabric of life’s experiences. She comes to the dance floor to share her love for the dance and faith in the practice. Lucia currently resides in Maui, Hawaii.

Having completed training in Buddha-Dharma, Lucia is now formally empowered to carry forth and teach in all capacities, the Dharma of liberation based on the teaching of the American-Buddhist lineage of Noah Levine, Jack Kornfield, and the forest masters of Thailand including Ajan Chah, Ajan buddhadasa, and the retreat masters of Burma in the lineage of Mahasi Sayadaw.

 Her unique perspective has been published in “Dancing With Dharma: Essays on Movement And Dance In Western Buddhism” edited by Harrison Blum, Published by McFarland & Company.

 Lucia leads focus groups co-teaching with masters in the fields of Buddhist meditation, trauma, addiction, grief, woman’s power, Motion Theater®, wild dolphins and yoga.  

Her unique perspectives on insight have been published in the book “Dancing with Dharma: Essays on Movement And Dance in Western Buddhism” edited by Harrison Blum, published by Mcfarland & Company.