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Cambridgeshire Shamanic Drumming Circle

2021 Events

Shamanic & Wellbeing Drumming with Tribal Circle Dancing Events Cambridge UK - Mind Body spirit Holistic well-being!

Past Events

Climate Change Drum Chants & Circle Dances: Autumn   Samhain

Recordings of: Drummed Chants + Shamanic Circle Dances


Drumming Circle Events & Workshops Cambridge Cambridgeshire UK

Rhythmic drumming - especially when accompanied by chanting & movement - has the power to calm, center, lift depression, release anger and stress emotions, boost the immune system, enhance health and stress-resistance!

Co-creative group-drumming builds self-confidence & self-esteem + a stronger sense of connectedness to oneself [self-integration] + others [teambuilding]

Drumming helps us to experience being in harmony with the natural rhythms of life and helps us to release negative feelings, energy blocks and emotional trauma.

Drumming brings us more fully into the present moment [mindfulness training] and provides a medium for individual spontaneity, creativity & self-realization

Co-creative drumming flows best and benefits most when the whole body is involved, so we include some native circle dances drawn from the Celtic, Native American, Hawaiian & Maori traditions.

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COMING DRUM - TRIBAL DANCE EVENTS!

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Nov. 2nd-23rd 2021

"WELLBEING DRUMMING & TRIBAL CIRCLE DANCE"

4 x Tuesday Evenings at Swavesey College Cambridgeshire

Raise Vitality, Find & Clear bottled-up Stress or Misery!

No drumming or dance skills required. Drums & Rattles provided.

English, Celtic & Native American rhythms & chants

Rhythmic drumming, especially when accompanied by chanting and gentle movement, has the power to calm, center
lift depression, release frustration/anger emotions, reduce anxiety, balance the immune system, enhance health & stress-resilience.


Includes a drummed shamanic journey [envisioning] session

Cost: 60

*COURSE BROCHURE

Drum & Tribal Circle Dance Leaders: Mike & Keith

Join Our Meetup Group [Free!]: Holistic Health, Healing & Wellbeing in Cambridgeshire.

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Native American Style Drumming & Dancing Workshops Cambridgeshire U.K.
Experience a Drum & Dance Tribe - Harness the Power of Your Primal Self!

No skill or experience required. Drums & Rattles provided

Native American Drumming -  Find Your Primal Energy! - Connect to Your Life Force Cambridgeshire East Anglia England U.K.

English, Celtic & Native American Rhythms, Chants & Circle Dances

Rhythmic drumming, especially when accompanied by chanting and gentle movement, has the power to calm, center, lift depression, release anger and stress emotions,
boost the immune system, enhance health and stress-resistance.
Shamanic Vision Drumming helps us to integrate the conscious and unconscious processes of our psyche.

In Bar Hill, Cambridge & Swavesey, S. Cambridgeshire

Facilitators: Mike & Keith

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Bring a frame drum and/or rattle to the above events if you can, otherwise a few drums & rattles are available on free loan.

To Buy or Make your own Drum, see: Local Drum-maker

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WILD FOOD FORAGING WALKS in Cambridgeshire in 2021: Events Programme

Holistic Health, Healing & Wellness: Coming Events in Cambridgeshire

Join our Meetup Group [FREE] to keep informed of coming events: Holistic Health, Healing & Wellbeing in Cambridgeshire

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*Live Fully in the Present Moment: Mindfulness Training

*Meditative Circle Dance in Cambridge: Dances of Universal Peace, Bar Hill, Cambridge

*Drum Music Videos: Pow-wow Drumming   Native American   Mother Earth Drums   Shamanic Journey Drumming   Sacred Drum & Flute

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