Group Drumming

Through our weekly drumming sessions, we have found that the collaborative and interactive process of drumming can help children and teens to develop valuable skills such as taking turns and sharing. It can help to improve both verbal and non-verbal communication skills as well as encourage team building and increase community spirit.  

Further, since rhythmic activity such as drumming, which is patterned and repetitive, is essential to healing developmental trauma in a non-verbal manner, we encourage full participation, regardless of physical limitations.

Over time, the children and teens are found to feel safe in a drumming group and, within that setting of security, use the banging of drums to release their pent up emotions.

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