HealthRHYTHMS® Group Empowerment Drumming with Wolf at Sat Nam
October 21, 7:30–8:30 PM
With solid, peer-reviewed and replicated research that has established a diversity of wellness benefits ranging from increased killer T-cell activity and improvement in cancer-resistant immunological responses through studies showing that participation in the Health Rhythms protocol actually can create change in our hereditary stress-related disease expression at the genomic level, Health Rhythms facilitated sessions offer a profound opportunity to improve your general wellness. These recreational music-making sessions present a protocol fine-tuned by research that—in addition to the effects already mentioned—is community-building and FUN!
"HealthRHYTHMS® is a fun, evidence-based whole person strategy which promotes socialization and ensures a healthy non-strenuous workout. On a deeper level it builds bridges while fostering nurturing, support, camaraderie, self-respect and respect for others. It is not really about drumming, but uses the drum as a tool for communication and personal expression. This system can be integrated as a therapeutic strategy in group counseling sessions, support groups, rehabilitation centers, schools, hospitals, aging facilities and more." —Remo.com
There's an introductory video here:
The cost will be $15 preregistered, $20.00 at the door. Drums and other percussion instruments will be available if you do not have your own (yet!)
Wolf Murphy, M.A. (English), RYT and Co-Owner of The JAMMIN! Shop, has been instructing, facilitating drum circles, and storytelling with the drum for decades. He has incorporated a wide diversity of instruments (as well as found and created ones) into his performances and recordings. He is a Remo Health Rhythms Trained Facilitator; a Rhythmic Entrainment Intervention Authorized Therapy Provider; and has performed, practiced Sound Healing modalities, and recorded from coast to coast.
Wolf completed Shine On Yoga’s 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training and has done numerous workshops incorporating drumming for brainwave entrainment with yogic practice, as well as continuing ongoing vibrational energy cleansings (Gong Flow Meditation) and treatments using instrumentation including rattles, singing bowls, bells, and gongs.
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