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Drum Therapy Training

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"Drumming taps into the inner most soul, our inner most being. 

 Drumming makes us aware, draws our attention to ourselves and our present moment."

We are all born with rhythm, it exists in us from the moment we arrive into this world, its in our breath, our heart and all around us. We can be in rhythmic flow with people around us, with our environment, we can also be out of sync! There is a growing body of Scientific evidence shows that drumming changes our brain waves and moves us from a busy mind, into a focused and calm state of awareness (more here). Drumming is a practice that spans the globe and has a presence in every culture. It has been used for centuries in rituals, ceremonies, communication, rites of passage, music and dance, celebration, healing, community building, and cultural events. Drum Therapy l Training l  Book Now

Our training is suitable for therapists, lifestyle co-ordinators, counsellors, youth workers, special needs teachers, school teachers, addictions specialists, trauma recovery workers, psychologists and other interested parties. (someone elses words - might not need this paragraph)

Why Drum Therapy?

Drumming Therapy uses the natural power of rhythm and sound in a group for the purpose of healing. It breaks down social barriers, promotes freedom of expression, non-verbal communication, unity and cooperation. It awakens dormant emotions and unexplainable feelings of excitement, peace, and ecstacy. It can elevate the mood, decrease anxiety, and stress, and it boosts immune system functioning and benefits physical health. The energetic impact that group drumming and singing has on people can stimulate feelings of deep relaxation and enjoyment and open the way for healing, rejuvenation and motivation. It is one of the most holistic healing modalities available

What will I learn at the course?

The application of the skills you learn at InRhythms Drum Therapy Facilitator Training are endless. This is an invaluable skill to add to your therapy toolkit. You will be provided with the InRhythm resources, learn new skills and gain confidence to conduct an interactive drumming experience - You will learn how to facilitate rhythmic patterns using drums, percussion instruments and body percussion. You will be taught the practical application for your profession - the course is practice, theory and discussion based. You will learn how to create a positive outlet for creativity, energy and self-expression. Drumming is a very accessible activity and even a group of beginners can create an up-lifting rhythm in a matter of minutes. No previous drumming experience is required.

 

Practical application - How can these skills be used?

Mental Health

Seniors

Leadership training

Schools - activities, bonding, icebreakers, fun activity

Team Building and community bonding

Corporate Ice Breaker

Counselling Group Sessions

And so much more - no limit to how you can utilise these skills in your practice.


Training Dates: More information here

More Information on course content: Course Intention & Focus

Book Here: To register for training


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