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Welcome to InRhythm

We help you thrive through the power of rhythm! Team building activities, wellness, school incursions, drum therapy, facilitator training, community drumming programs, epic entertainment performances! Australia & New Zealand.

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Corporate Team Drumming
Transform your team, motivate your people, uplift your audience. Australia, New Zealand & Indonesia
Corporate Drumming
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Drum Therapy & Mindfulness
WOW your event with our world class Drumming & Mindfulness programs. Australia New Zealand & Asia
Corporate Drumming
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Drum Facilitator Training
Drum therapy training, learn to play & teach African rhythms, mindfulness, meditation and more.
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African Drum Shop
Competitive selection of African drums and accessories. Make your own drum, build your community
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  • Drumming; a powerful healing modality

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    Hear the beat of the drum and notice the tapping of your feet, your hands your body to the rhythm. When you hear a drum beat….you automatically entrain to its rhythm! What a powerful healing tool. Repetitive beats gradually relax the body, soothing the physical level and calm the mind.

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    If you are drawn to working with rhythm book in to an InRhythmFacilitator Training Course where you will learn how to harness this healing and deliver it in a group session.


    If you want to:

    • Love what you do
    • Make a difference in your life and the life of others
    • Work in a creative and dynamic way with drumming and rhythmic techniques
    • Work in a range of different areas
    • Bring the power of drum therapy to people from all walks of life


    The InRhythm Facilitator Training Course is creative and dynamic, packed full of techniques, resources & drumming therapy exercises to enable you to build an exciting and diverse portfolio of drum therapy sessions including body percussion, drumming, vocal percussion physical warm-ups, interactive drumming to improve health and wellbeing. 

    Why Drumming?

    The Rhythm of the Drum touches something deep inside us, which makes it a powerful tool for healing and personal transformation. We all have a natural rhythm and if its out of alignment with our life rhythm, we feel discomfort and imbalance in ourselves. If you are constantly in a faster rhythm (stress and anxiety), your system can be out of balance and this can lead to dis-ease.

    Have you ever tried a drumming cardio class or participated in a drum circle? Drumming releases endorphins, enkephalins and Alpha waves in the brain, which are associated with general feelings of well-being and euphoria, which may help people who suffer from mental illness.

    As stated By Michael Drake:

    Drum therapy is an ancient approach that uses rhythm to promote healing and self-expression. From the shamans of Mongolia to the Minianka healers of West Africa, therapeutic rhythm techniques have been used for thousands of years to create and maintain physical, mental, and spiritual health.”



    The benefitsare endless! Drumming has so many benefits that have been recognised throughout the ages and is very much alive today as evidenced by the number of drumming circles emerging daily. It calms, focuses, treats stress, fatigue and a wide range of mental health issues. It can help with chronic pain and can boost your immune system. The drumbeat evokes many powerful forms of energy and is an aid in helping to focus one’s attention and to see clear intentions.

    It provides people with a connection, which is sorely missed in these modern times. As our community disintegrates and becomes more fragmented - people become more socially isolated, suffer from a lack of direct interaction with others - social bonds are weakening and our society is becoming less cohesive. Worry over the tyranny of community has been replaced with a worry at the lack of cohesion and feeling of belonging. Therefore to have a powerfully connecting activity like drumming is important and essential. You can feel a deep connection with something beyond yourself, you connect with others through the rhythm and the group creates something greater than themselves. Read more on this article here.

    • Drumming boosts the immune system
    • It reduces stress and anxiety
    • Creates a sense of calmness
    • Releases negative feelings
    • Can help chronic pain
    • Aids to aleviate depression

    SOURCE: Michael Drake is a nationally recognized writer, rhythmist, and shamanist. He is the author ofThe Shamanic Drum: A Guide to Sacred DrummingI Ching: The Tao of Drumming.Michael's journey into rhythm began under the tutelage of Mongolian shaman Jade Wah'oo Grigori. For the past 15 years he has been facilitating drum circles and workshops nationwide.

    Dr Christiane Northrup, M.D., is a visionary pioneer and a leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness, which includes the unity of mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Internationally known for her empowering approach to women’s health and wellness, Dr. Northrup teaches women how to thrive at every stage of life. - See more at:

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  • What is drum therapy? Where can I get meaningful training?

    ‘We moderns are the last people on the planet to uncover what older cultures have known for thousands of years: The act of drumming contains a therapeutic potential to relax the tense, energize the tired, and soothe the emotionally wounded.’

    So says Gary Diggins, an Ontario sound therapist. Read more here…..


    All expressive therapies have one common thread: human emotion and creativity. Throughout history healers didn’t just use drumming and ritual to heal, they used many different aspects of self discovery to bring their people on a healing journey.


    Drumming was, however, one of the most important aspects of this healingand used in combination with other modalities to aid in the recovery of their people. Nowadays the discussion continues in the therapy world about the importance of in-depth training.


    With regards to drum therapy, a flirtation with drumming is not enough. Only a love of drumming can lead to a felt experience and formed expression. While many therapists are familiar with several therapies, most tend to specialise in one or two that they are trained in and that meet the needs and situation of their clients. Self-expression through drumming, movement, or percussion can remind us of past experiences and even be cleansing for some, but it has been recognised the ability of drumming to contain self expression rather than to retraumatise or cause repetition of troubling memories. When a person works with a drum therapist, they work together where their self expression through drumming is used as a container for feelings, an opportunity to see life from a different perspective, through a different lens and therefore can deepen into a greater self understanding which can transform, heal the individual emotionally, resolve internal conflict and will provide an overall sense of well-being.


    ‘Drumming Therapy taps into layers of the mind and body that other modalities cannot. Studies have shown that repetitive drumming changes brain wave activity, inducing a state of calm and focused awareness.’

    From Benjamin Schwarcz MA, MFT, Psychotherapy and Coaching Santa Rosa who offers an alternative therapies for depression. Read more....

    If you have an interest in using music to heal and would like to learn how to facilitate a therapeutic drumming session, then this course is for you. Check out InRhythm’s Facilitator Training. Contact InRhythmto find the next available course.


    SOURCES: Robert T Muller Ph.D., trained at Harvard, was on faculty at the University of Massachusetts, and is currently at York University in Toronto. Dr. Muller was recently honored as a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation (ISSTD) for his work on trauma treatment. His article The Heart is a Drum Machine: Drumming as Therapy published in Psychology Today.

    Ben Schwarcz, MA, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, (license # MFC 35606), with a private practice office Santa Rosa, California. Ben received his Master's degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from the John F. Kennedy Graduate School for Holistic Studies. 

    InRhythm Drum Therapy

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    Sheila Molloy | InRhythm

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"Absolutely brilliant! A creative way to bring teamwork and harmony to the group….. I want to do it again!"

Donna  | Westpac