Rhythm Power® Hand Drumming Playshop with Jim Greiner in Santa Cruz County: Celebrate & Empower Your Intentions

Posted: January 09, 2013 01:16 PM

JimGreiner

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My next Rhythm Power® Hand Drumming Playshop: Celebrate & Empower Your Intentions:

Date:  Saturday, January 19, 2013
Time: 1 to 3:p.m.
Location:  Soquel, Santa Cruz County, California
Cost: $25

Bring one or two Intentions that you’d like to Celebrate & Reinforce… these will be a part of your Rhythm Journey!

Contact me by email to register, for location, and to pay by check or credit card.

Let me know as soon as possible; I keep these groups small, and they often sell out in advance!

Instruments provided and bring your own favorites: Djembes, Congas, Doumbeks/Daraboukas, Frame Drums & Hand Percussion Instruments

All levels of experience are most welcome: I start everyone at their individual comfort level, and then make sure that everyone progresses to new levels in a fun, beat-by-beat rhythm journey!

About Celebrating & Empowering Our Intentions with Rhythm Power:

The single most powerful way that we humans have ever created to reinforce our Intentions, is to gather together with others to acknowledge and celebrate them!

Group drumming with this purpose is one of our most universal, and age-old ways to empower Intentions and Goals as individuals, and with others in our community. 

In addition to the fun rhythms we will play, we will also use playing percussion as a powerful vehicle for reinforcing powerful real-world Life Skills and Life Rhythms such as:

- Creating a calm inner pulse to balance our fast-paced lives
- Grounding, centering and energizing ourselves
- Reinforcing positive patterns of attitude and action
- Joyously celebrating Life by the way we live it!

More information on drumming to uplift and empower yourself can be found at:

http://www.handsondrum.com/personalgrowth.html

Please pass this email on to anyone and everyone whom you think would like to join us.

Let’s Play!

Jim