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We have been blown away by the transformative power of drumming and rhythm for the past 15 years and it is no wonder to us that neuroscience and psychiatrist Dr Bruce Perry are finding its efficacy in healing trauma, Check out this article from attachmentdisorderhealing.com

.....Dr. Bruce Perry, MD is taking his healing for trauma to Washington in a May 4 program for the National Council for Behavioral Health.

And the doc’s got rhythm.  In fact, he and other trauma experts are reporting revolutionary success with treatments using yoga, meditation, deep breathing, singing, dancing, drumming and more.........

"We must regulate people, before we can possibly persuade them with a cognitive argument or compel them with an emotional affect."

“The only way to move from these super-high anxiety states, to calmer more cognitive states, is rhythm,” he says. “Patterned, repetitive rhythmic activity: walking, running, dancing, singing, repetitive meditative breathing – you use brain stem-related somatosensory networks which make your brain accessible to relational (limbic brain) reward and cortical thinking........." Read Full Article Here

Rhythm is a part of our make-up; everyone has rhythm and everyone can benefit from it. The rhythms and formulas we use are unique & highly accessible, even to the beginner drummer. Some of the many benefits of InRhythm group drumming include;

  • A Boost in Energy
  • Releases Stored Tension
  • Builds Community and Motivates your Team
  • Transcends Unhealthy Competition
  • Reduces Patterns of Anxiety & Depression
  • Improves Social Interaction
  • Explores Positive Leadership
  • Teaches the Power of Mindfulness & Meditation
  • Unveils our Natural Wellbeing and Joy
  • Increases Confidence
  • Promotes Creative Expression
  • Creates a Safe Space to Explore Team Building & Group Harmony
  • Develops Healthy & Happy Attitudes
  • Helps make life FUN! 

Find out how to book us for a Rhythm Therapy Workshop at http://www.inrhythm.com.au/contact

Use our ENQUIRY FORM or call us on 1300 55 40 35


We look forward to hearing from you.
Tim Orgias | InRhythm

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