Group Drumming – Making Rhythm and Music for your Body, Mind, and Heart

Monday, October 2, 2017

5:15 pm

Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden Map

Sponsored by:
Health Improvement Program

This is a 3-session class. 

Get your week started with some rhythm!

Experience the release of workday cares, and the joyful shared energy of making rhythm and music in community with others. Research findings support the physical, mental, emotional and social benefits of group music making. Participating in musical activities can reduce stress and foster relaxation, increase alpha brain wave activity and enhance creative thinking, help regulate our nervous system, support a healthy immune system, plus drumming in particular, is a safe and natural cardiovascular exercise.

- Experience our Natural Rhythm, because we all have rhythm in us – Honest!

- Explore rhythms from world cultures, and different music styles

- Play a variety of stick & hand drums and percussion instruments

- Create solid ensemble grooves that sound and feel great

Explore the natural rhythms available in the spoken word – a.k.a poetry and rap

Plus! For those that are inspired to get up and move, longtime HIP instructor Deanna Anderson will lead optional warm-up stretches and creative rhythmic movement.

Instructors: Peter Giordano, founder and executive director of StoryTeller Project. Peter’s career spans over 25 years as an arts educator, professional multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, and music director.

Deanna Anderson, dancer, dance instructor, Certified Action Theater Coach and Director, and Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (RSMT/E).

When:
Monday, October 2, 2017
5:15 pm – 6:30 pm
Where:
Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden Map
Admission:

REGISTER HERE! 

Course fee:$120 (STAP/EA funds:Yes) 

Tags:

Lecture / Reading Health / Wellness 

Audience:
General Public, Faculty/Staff, Alumni/Friends, Members
Contact:
(650) 723-9649, healthimprovement@stanford.edu
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