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Drum Circle - All Welcome

occurs on: Saturdays Monthly
Free - booking essential
Come and drum for joy.
No experience needed al all - zero!
Within minutes Mandala's very own Emma will have us all drumming together with joy!

April 13th https://momence.com/s/100413918
May 11th https://momence.com/s/100666715
These sessions are energising, joyous, stress relieving, confidence-building and great fun.

Absolutely everyone can drum, we all have a heartbeat and we are naturally inclined to fall into the rhythms we can hear.

You can choose a drum, shaker, bell, frog and more... and you will have lots of opportunity to play on a wide variety of drums. Emma will lead the group into exploration and expression of rhythms. This is a safe non-judgemental space where people of mixed ages and rhythmical expertise are guided together to spirited rhythmical exploration and expression.

Our Drum sessions are family-friendly, connecting with each person with their own unique gifts. Come and join in the fun!

The drumming will be for about 75 minutes and then we will have time for cup of tea and a chat if you would like to stay.

Do I need a drum?

No, we provide the drums and percussion instruments

I've never drummed before, I'm nervous

You can't get it wrong! Nerves are natural before we start something new, but my role as facilitator is literally to make this easy. I will guide the group through the rhythms, there's nothing to remember or really learn - it's all about feeling and I help you to connect to that feeling and then I help the group sound REALLY great!

Can I sit in a chair to drum?

Yes, we will all be sitting in chairs to drum

Is this suitable for all ages?

Absolutely, from 6 upwards!

Can I bring my own drum?

You absolutely can

What is the difference between Group Drumming and a Drum Circle?

In group drumming the group learn some set rhythms, usually to prepare for a performance, but the aim is to perfect and repeat particular rhythms.

A Drum Circle creates the rhythms in the moment, they can't ever be repeated - it's organic and a reflection of the energy and connection of the group at that unique time.

about the Therapist

Emma Lowther-Wright Sound Therapist

Emma is a certified sound therapist Practioner holding the British Academy of Sound Therapy PL.Dip.ST and trained with Marla Leigh, one of the world's leading frame drummers. She is also a yoga teacher and our Studio Director.

Emma's Soundbaths are very popular and she performed at the Under the Moon exhibition at Harris Museum and at the Lancashire Encounters festival.
RYT 200hrs, BAST PLdip, Groove Facilitator, POUND, Barre Concept

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