Drum Circles

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5 Reasons why Drumming and Drum circles
are good for you

1. They bring you joy and make you happy

Drumming releases endorphins, encephalin and Alpha waves in the brain, which are generally associated with feelings of well-being and euphoria.

What is a Drum Circle?

A drum circle is when a group of individuals gather in a circle and follow a certain rhythm on a percussion instrument together. The drum circle offers a sense of equality with no leader or followers and it welcomes all individuals equally regardless of age, gender, and ethnicity. It’s a powerful reminder that we are all one. 

It allows the group to collectively share the rhythm and find synchronicity with others and with oneself. And thus producing a consciousness emerging from the collective resonating as ONE new vibration. 

 

The outcome is a bonding experience that empowers teams as much as it empowers each individual solely. Throughout the process, participants realize their capacity for creativity and improvization and thus reaping many benefits of this incredible tool such as personal growth and healing. 

 

Get in touch now to book a drum circle for your event.

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What is Rhythm Coaching?

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Drumming is accessible to non-musicians, making it a fun tool for everyone!
Drumming creates a synchronized group dynamic: Everyone plays the same bass rhythm while listening to everyone else following the same. This builds unity in a sense where the entire group strives to achieve the same goal - to make music that is harmonious. As participants beat their own drums and hear the rhythm of the group change and develop, they realize the importance of the individual in relation to the collective. They directly experience the power of group energy and understand that they are united by a common goal. The significance of communication and listening is highlighted through the experience of creating music together.