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How to tune (crank) your djembe...

We found this great short video on how to tune your drum from wuladrum. Good luck and dont hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance!

InRhythm can bring 6-8 week community drumming courses to you!

In our 6-8 week drumming workshop series, people who may have never touched an African drum learn basic technique and rhythms, then find themselves 6-8 weeks later onstage, wowing the audience with a public performance.

The sessions are open to all levels of experience from clapping on sticks to soloing on drums. If you would like to find out more about this opportunity please contact us

Why are Drum Circles so effective?

Community drumming is a vehicle that can empower the human spirit, realign the body's energy system, stimulate creativity, build community, foster team spirit, promote healing and enhance general wellbeing and quality of life. (check out some research here)

Dell hit Bali for an InRhythm energiser and drummi...
 

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