New venue is Old trafford Wellbeing centre formerly ‘Blue Sci’
54-56 Seymour Grove
Motivate, enthuse and inspire the end or start of your week with this fantastic drumming circle. All sessions will start with a 30 minute instruction of traditional African rhythms on djembes and dun duns. Motivation, inspiration and enthusiasm, to raise your game passed on through 20 years of experience.
The studio is a fully equipped recording/practice studio, the last time we were in we were having it large with accompanying bass guitar and guitar. So come down and play what ever instrument you want.
Raul our host has promised to record our next sessions and I have several songs I have fused with African rhythms that you are welcome to come and get involved in.
This circle is an opportunity to practice the skills learned at the many other drumming circles across Manchester. You will be instructed in west African rhythms but you can play your own style, other instruments encouraged. Donations necessary which go towards the upkeep of drums. 2pm – 4pm
Please always refer to the facebook group that will have the upto date event listed. It’s not a public group you’ll have to ask to join the group for updates.
~Control Chronic Pain
Chronic pain has a progressively draining effect on the quality of life. Researchers suggest that drumming serves as a distraction from pain and grief. Moreover, drumming promotes the production of endorphins and endogenous opiates, the bodies own morphine-like painkillers, and can thereby help in the control of pain.
In a new scientific study it has been reported that drummers are the most intelligent people. They also say that drumming can ward off depression, alzheimer’s, can detox away unwanted toxins from the liver and kidneys and it will definitely keep you in shape.
~Reduces Tension, Anxiety, and Stress
Drumming induces deep relaxation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces stress. Stress, according to current medical research, contributes to nearly all disease and is a primary cause of such life-threatening illnesses as heart attacks, strokes, and immune system breakdowns. A recent study found that a program of group drumming helped reduce stress and employee turnover in the long-term care industry and might help other high-stress occupations as well.
Previous venues: The garden centre has run it’s course after we received complaints for noise. It was the perfect place for this type of drumming. It has it’s own idyllic gardens with lots of exotic plants to purchase, hot and cold foods and drink to be had, it’s own library and if you want to get green fingers, your hands dirty building new structures, making new friends at the same time lots of volunteering opportunities.
Hulme community garden centre, 28, Old Birley Street, Hulme Manchester
We had a place at St Wilfrids enterprise centre in Hulme for 2 years where we’d move into the park on a hot summer’s day. But alas complaints out a stop to that too.