Did you know that drumming is a universal language? 

According to Project Resiliency, social drumming allows people to connect with themselves and others so they can release, restore and heal.

“It is a universal language where can experience life with an open heart,” the organisation says.

According to one class participant, Renee*, drumming has helped her during times of joy, sadness, and change.

“There’s something soothing about the rhythms, which can bring you closer to other people and help you tap into deeper wells of courage.

What are the benefits of drumming?

Research indicates that drumming accelerates physical healing and boosts the immune system.

Studies conducted by professionals in the fields of music therapy and mental health show us that drumming:

  • Reduces tension, anxiety and stress
  • Helps control chronic pain
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Releases negative feelings, blockages and emotional trauma

Drumming is said to induce deep relaxation, lower blood pressure, and produce feelings of wellbeing.

Have you considered drumming?

How drumming builds community

Drum circles help people connect with others and experience interpersonal support.

Feeling connected to others, especially those in similar situations, offers numerous benefits.

Why not sign up for our drumming classes, starting mid-August?

We will meet every Wednesday, starting at 4.30pm Wednesday 14th August and finishing Wednesday 16th October.

The classes run for an hour, and are run by experienced drumming instructors.

Everyone is welcome to a free trial class.

For subsequent weeks we ask for $10 per person, per session, or you can pay for 10 sessions in advance at the special rate of $79.

For enquiries, email us here or call Nicole on (02) 7903 0607.




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