COMMUNITY RHYTHM CIRCLE
26 February 2022, Saturday
26 March 2022, Saturday
30 April 2022, Saturday
28 May 2022, Saturday
25 June 2022, Saturday
30 July 2022, Saturday
27 Aug 2022, Saturday
24 Sep 2022, Saturday
29 Oct 2022, Saturday
26 Nov 2022, Saturday
31 Dec 2022, Saturday
Workshop hours: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Artist Facilitator: Aden Firdaus Jam’an
Costs: Single Drop-in $50.
Members do contact us if you’d like to deduct 1 credit from your membership.
Studio Membership applies.
BRONZE (4 sessions) MEMBERSHIP: $180 |
SILVER (10 sessions) MEMBERSHIP: $380.00 |
*Share with your family and friends.
Where: SPACE 2B, 2B Stanley Street, Singapore 068721
What You’ll Get
A hands-on experiential session on drumming and rhythm. No prior experience or knowledge is needed in this session. A fun, family friendly event, where people come together to share their spirit by entraining rhythmically as a percussion ensemble.
Drumming combines and multiplies simultaneous levels in a group setting of rhythm makers. The healing sound of the drums ignite rhythms for get together and share the healing power as a vehicle for learning, healing, consciousness expansion and the direct revelation of spiritual guidance.
Based on a research and evidence based protocol, drumming demonstrates the therapeutic effects of one reducing anxiety and depression while increasing one’s immunity system. A powerful tool that is rooted in innate functions of the brain, mind and consciousness.
Community Rhythm Circle provides an opportunity to connect with your own body, mind and soul at a deeper level, and connect with like-minded members of our community.
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