“Drumming tunes our biology orchestrates our immunity, and enables healing to begin”
– Dr Bittman
From Shamans to High Priestesses, Drumming has been used as a prominent tool for healing for thousands of years.
Drumming is emerging as a significant therapeutic tool for healers, yogis and therapists
The drum is one of the most widespread and commonly seen instruments found in almost every culture. The frame drum (my favorite drum) is known to be one of the world’s most ancient and mystical drums, with archetypical and spiritual connections that predate written history.
In this wonderful online E-Video program, you will learn how to use drumming and chanting as a practice for healing and wellness.
Experience the rich, empowering ancient healing medicine of drumming and chanting.
IF YOU ANSWERED – YES – TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS ABOVE,
THEN THIS IS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU
GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT AND PRACTICE OF HEALING MUSIC
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
PLEASE SEE THE FULL COURSE OUT LINE BELOW & SAMPLE VIDEOS FROM THE PROGRAM!
Lesson #1 – Intro to the Program.
Lesson #2 – Free Hand Frame Drum Lesson – The Doum Stroke
Lesson #3 – Free Hand Frame Drum Lesson – The Ta & Ka Strokes
Lesson #4 – Free Hand Frame Drum Lesson – The Pa Stroke
Lesson #5 – Free Hand Frame Drum Lesson – The Brush Stroke
Lesson #6 – Free Hand Practice Rhythms & Importance of using a Metronome
Lesson #7 – How to apply the Frame Drum Free Hand Style playing techniques onto OTHER types of hand drums (dgembe, dounbeck)
Ta Ka Di Mi | Ta Ka Jo Nu
Lesson #8 Learn to play a commonly used Chanting Rhythm #1 Practice Session
Lesson #9 – Lean to play commonly used Chanting Rhythm #2 & Practice Session
Lesson #10 – Learn to play a Variation on Chanting Rhythm #2 Variation (Split Finger) & Practice Session
Lesson #11 – Lean to play commonly used Chanting Rhythm #3 & Practice Session
Lesson #12 – The Voice Lesson – Learn key exercises to strengthen & open your voice
Lesson #13 – The Practice: Learn, Sing & Drum with the Ganesh Mantra (Ganesh is the remover of obstacles, yes!)
Ta Di Gi Na Tom | Ta Ka Ta Ki TaLesson # 13 – Introduction to 5 beat rhythms, numerology, and Solkattu, (Indian Vocal Percussion).
Lesson #14 – Rhythm #1 & Practice Session
Lesson #15– Rhythm #2 & Practice Session
Lesson #16– Rhythm #3 & Practice Session
Lesson #17– Rhythm #4 & Practice Session
Lesson #18– Rhythm #5 & Practice Session
Lesson #19 – DrumMeditation Ritual (please sit by your alter for this)
BONUS #1 – Easy Stretch Routine for Drummers
BONUS #2 – Ways to Continue your Practice