Learn expressive and embodied practices that will help you re-energize your mind and body, reconnect with your community and yourself, restore your spirit, and renew your sense of play and imagination.
According to both worldwide, tradition-hallowed human experience and modern research, drumming is powerfully helpful and healing in times of stress, anxiety and trauma. In this experiential session, we will connect in movement and rhythm to the healing, repetitive pulse to release stress, cultivate joy and experience the serenity and healing inherent in the ancient art of hand drumming. No drum or musical experience is required (If you have a hand drum, you are welcome to bring it to the session and use it).
Hailing from Santiago, Chile, Alexandra Jai is a hand drumming and yoga teacher, rhythm facilitator, accompanist and performer with over 30 years of experience. Following a transformative and deeply healing drumming immersion with Nigerian Master Drummer Olatunji Babatunde in her late teens, she plunged heart-first into the study of world percussion and rhythm culture. A lifelong student of rhythm and movement, Alexandra Jai studied traditional African, Afro-Cuban and Middle Eastern Hand Drumming from master drummers across the globe. She is the founder of Rhythm Bliss Studio, a centre for Rhythm and Movement Meditation serving Vancouver, BC since 2003. Alexandra Jai has created the Rhythm Bliss Online Mindful Hand Drumming and Movement program to spread joy, serenity and healing by blending the ancient art of hand drumming with yoga philosophy in a way that is easily accessible and relevant to our hectic, modern lives.
We do not offer refunds for online courses. If you have any questions, concerns, or complaints about the course, please direct your inquiry to Casey at [email protected]
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