Each participant gets to share their own special unique beat with the group which connects everyone together.
And in doing so, we break the ice for first time guests to become new friends with one another in the community and work environment.
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There are many ways to enjoy the benefits of this community of loving friends and family, ranging from coming to church occasionally to being a member.
If you think of this group as a circle, we invite you to place yourself where you are comfortable, from outside the circle to the center of the circle.
Nursing homes Assisted Living homes Corporate Team Building Teachers Festivals Out Door Events In Door Events Nonprofit Organizations Private parties Weddings Celebrations Community Building Children Special Needs At-Risk Youth Hospital Patients, Schools Colleges Libraries Religious Celebrations Spiritual Gatherings, Community Drum Circles Birthday Parties Effective Stress Relief Positive Team Building Culture & Diversity Training Improve Employee Morale Increase Productivity Build Self-esteem Creative Bonding/Camaraderie Enhance Cooperation Develop Leadership Skills Ice Breakers Product Launches Conferences Entertainment Fundraisers Celebrations Anniversaries Anytime you feel like drumming Diversity Awareness Team Building for Schools ______________________________________________________________________ Arthur Lopez Co-Founder of the “Largest Drum Circle in the World” For Peace and Global Unity Starting in Our Own Community™ This is an Annual World Wide event for Peace and Global Unity.
The idea is to use drums, as they have been doing so for thousands of years, to gather the community and plant the seeds of peace in the hearts and minds of all those who attend.
Because They Got High We’re coming up on July and New England temperatures are in the 70s, yet Boston’s snow doesn’t seem to know that.