Provide breakdown of rhythmical and movement design to facilitate the success of participants.
Teach exercises in a progression–easy to hard, light to heavy. Rhythmical progressions should be simple to moderate, moderate to complex.
Teach movement and rhythmical combinations separately, then together.
Develop movement and rhythms that challenge the physical and cognitive level of participants and include modifications often. When possible tell your participants what muscle is being targeted in a given movement.
Use activities of daily living (ADL) examples whenever possible.
Provide proper build up and break down of both rhythm and/or movement patterns.