Some Of The Many Benefits Of Drumming Together
A Drumatic Drum Circle Will Enhance Your Organization In Many Different Ways!
Results include enhanced skills in
Facilitated drum circles are a practical example of
Through Proactive Participation Rhythm Circles Develop
- Personal, Social and Emotional Skills
- Creativity, Ingenuity and Quick Thinking
- Awareness of Self Within the Organization
- Cooperation vs. Competition
- Personal Integrity
- Creative Thought Process
- Emotional Intelligence
- Leadership Skills
Drum Circles Inspire
- Academic Development
- Motivational Learning
- Social Inclusion
We are experienced in working with event planners to adapt this basic format to suit the needs of your organization.
We are happy to develop flexible programs that incorporate your objectives into a meaningful event.
A Drumatic Innovation event can be a stand-alone activity or incorporated in a variety of training programs. We develop programs for communication, leadership, team building and experiential learning.
Drum circles cut through cultural, social, racial, and gender boundaries and allow people to express themselves in a positive way. Each unique individual has a unique and equally important contribution to make.
As a group activity, drumming is a fantastic metaphor for a community as it requires the full co-operation of all members, and through drumming one can really feel part of a team, and fully understand that their role is vital to the greater whole.
A rhythm circle is a fun, exciting and powerful way to introduce or experience teamwork and cooperation through rhythm. Ideal for corporate team building events.
Recreational drumming increases concentration and focus, helps develop communication skills and encourages people to listen and communicate effectively with each other. It is a great way for children to explore their creativity, which leads to greater respect and understanding of themselves and others.
Our drum circles complement curriculum guidelines both academically and by incorporating social, emotional and behavioral skills.
There are many benefits to creating music in a group, and it is widely accepted by teachers, youth workers, music therapists, and health practitioners as being an effective way to encourage life skills and develop confidence and self-esteem.
No matter what your age, gender or background, drumming is an open door for all to try. When you plan your next family gathering or retreat, consider planning a drum circle as part of the event to bring the group together and open up a new form of communication. Great for senior activities.
A study led by neurologist Barry Bittman of the Mind-Body Wellness Center in Meadville, Pa., found that patients who took part in group drumming, or drum circles, experienced increased levels of disease-fighting immune system cells called natural killer cells.
Bittman, who also has done research on the medical benefits of laughter, tested blood chemistry of 111 healthy people in a series of experiments. Participants in all groups experienced a drop in cortisol, an indicator of stress, Bittman says, but only the group of active drummers had a significant increase in natural killer cells. He attributes the change to the stress-reducing benefits of self-expression, camaraderie and the rhythmic drumming. Group drumming is being incorporated into stress-reduction programs in workplaces and medical centers, he says. The studies were sponsored by drum manufacturer Remo.
We easily accommodate 100’s of participants.
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