English, Celtic & Native American rhythms
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.
At Swavesey College Cambridgeshire
10 miles NW of Cambridge on A14
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Guided bus: Cambridge/St. Ives/Huntingdon
FREE! but You must book in advance [scroll down to Tuesday]
Swavesey Community Education
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Facilitators: Mike & Keith.
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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 you 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 or Maori traditions.
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