• Wil Cameron

Drumming: A Different Kind of Therapy

Updated: May 9

The best team building experience you'll ever have!


Typically, people gather to play or "drum" in drum circles with others from the surrounding community or group. The drum circle offers equality for all because there is no head or tail. Drum circles typically include people of all ages and of various skill levels. The main objective is to share a common rhythm and get in tune with each other and themselves. Doing so will allow the participants to form a group consciousness.


Settings for drum circles include beaches, parks, concert parking lots, festivals, and retreats. The determining criteria for a drum circle is that the music is improvised and co-created by the participants.


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