Jim Greiner (http://www.handsondrum.com) will teach another Rhythm Power® Hand Drumming Workshop in Santa Cruz County.
Pre-register and pre-pay to receive workshop location. Please don’t wait - these workshops often sell out in advance!
Date: Saturday, March 5, 2011
Time: 1 to 3:30 pm
This workshop covers fundamental rhythmic elements, beginning to intermediate techniques and universal rhythms. Instruments provided and bring your own favorites! All levels of experience are most welcome! Jim will start each participant at her/his current level of experience (including none), and guide them in a fun, step-by-step journey as far as they wish to go!
All hand drums are welcome: Congas, Bongos, Djembe/Ashiko, Doumbek/Darabouka, Frame Drums.
In addition, to learning about hand drums and about rhythm, Jim will also integrate universal, down-to-earth life skills that reinforce positive and powerful Life Rhythms, including:
Grounding, centering and relaxing yourself
Energizing mind and body
- Developing effective breathing patterns
- Learning to let go of the fear of mistakes
- How to effortlessly focus on positive patterns while letting go of negative habits
- Celebrating the blessings of Life in our daily patterns of thought and action
Jim Greiner has conducted his award-winning Rhythm Power® workshops for over 2,000 groups worldwide for corporate team building, conference and meeting ice breaking, community groups, schools and private celebrations of all types.
Jim is an endorser/clinician for Latin Percussion Instruments (LP), Sabian Cymbals, ProMark Drumsticks, Gibraltar Drum Hardware, Audix Microphones and Factory Metal Percussion. He is also Head Artist of LP’s Recreational and Community Drumming Program (http://www.communitydrumming.com). His work has been featured on PBS, NPR, the Discovery Channel - south America, the BBC and in scores of consumer and trade publications worldwide.
“Percussionist Jim Greiner invokes the primal power of drumming to release the participants’ stress, to exercise their minds and bodies, and to bind them together into community.”
- PBS special, Healing Quest