ANCIENT HEALING RHYTHMS: THE POWER OF DRUMMING

The drum is one of the most basic and primal of instruments.  Its rhythm is felt by each of us, connecting us to the world itself and all of consciousness, as it pulses and vibrates through time.  It has been used for healing and journeying by Shamans in every culture since ancient times.

Come sit with us and experience the power of drumming in 2 events in 2018!

 
 
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ANCIENT HEALING RHYTHMS: THE POWER OF DRUMMING

7:00 pm SUNDAY MARCH 25th

Come experience the primal power of the drumming circle - David Miller hosts a free public program as part of our Sunday Evening Program Series.  David discusses drumming and how rhythm affects us in our lives, the role it plays in our culture, and how it can affect our health - physically, mentally and spiritually.

The event includes a group drumming practice followed by a group meditation.  Instructions in meditation are provided.  This event is open to all - no prior drumming or meditation experience necessary!

 


ANCIENT HEALING RHYTHMS DRUMMING CIRCLE

4:30 pm SATURDAY APRIL 7, 2018

Cost by meaningful donation

Join David Miller for a more in-depth discussion on the healing powers of the ancient practice of drumming.  This workshop will also include time for a longer drumming circle session.

This participatory workshop explores how rhythm affects us in our lives, the role it plays in our culture, and how it can affect our health - physically, mentally and spiritually.  Play along with the drum circle (a few drums will be provided or bring your own), move along with it or just sit and listen as you connect with your own inner rhythm.  No prior experience necessary - this event is open to all!

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ABOUT DAVID MILLER

David Miller has been playing hand drum since the early 1990’s and studied traditional African Drumming and polyrhythm under a drum master for 8 years. He has been actively participating in, facilitating, and teaching drumming at area drum circles and festivals for the past 30 years.

David has been a part of the WMYC community for more than two years, participating in many of the Center's classes and programs, including meditation, yoga, Sanskrit and the Sunday evening program series.  David meditates daily, and studies and teaches religion, philosophy, African drumming and other esoteric subjects.