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Learn to juggle in a maximum of 7 minutes!

If you manage to learn juggling in 7 minutes, you will receive a professional juggling set as a gift

Location & Language

Hall 13, Stand F56

Language

German

Event Details

Type of event

Interactive Event

Topic

Music, play & sport materials, Training & Consulting, Vocational training/Qualification

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Description

n 1998, Stephan Ehlers came up with an idea for a juggling learning system that would enable beginners to throw and catch with three balls in an astonishingly short time. Together with his wife Gabriele, he developed REHORULI® to become the most successful and widely used juggling learning system not only in Germany. In 2003, in the first public REHORULI® world record attempt, 54 beginners learned juggling with three balls in 60 minutes at the same time. The current record is currently at 119 beginners, who learned to throw and catch with three balls in just 10 minutes with REHORULI®. Try it out: Visit booth F 56 in hall 13 and learn how to throw and catch in 3 minutes with 3 balls. Experience and experience the supporting effect on the brain with regard to learning motivation and concentration.

Speaker

  Stephan Ehlers

Stephan Ehlers

FQL - Kommunikationsmanagement für Motivation, Begeisterung & Erfolg

Stephan Ehlers is an expert in juggling, learning and brain knowledge. He founded in 1995 in Berlin his company FQL (Cheerful quality Deliver), 2008, the publisher FQL Publishing (finds lateral thinking ...

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  Gabriele Ehlers

Gabriele Ehlers

FQL - Kommunikationsmanagement für Motivation, Begeisterung & Erfolg

After long stays in London, Paris and the USA Gabriele Ehlers lives today in Munich with her husband Stephan and son Alexander. She worked for 14 years in an international publishing house and today ...

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