March 26 – May 14
Tuesdays, 7pm – 8:30pm
$130 or $20 drop in!
Instruments provided or BYO
A heart-centred journey into the ocean of improvisation in the playful, community spirit of the Drum Circle.
Sensitively facilitated with minimal instruction for flow & interesting dynamics.
Supports awareness, creativity, connection & self-care.
Take BOTH classes – $55 discount ($195 total for 16 classes!)
(Includes this class and the 5-6pm Tuesdays class for Hand Drumming with Karin, all levels)
Facebook event link for the Hand Drumming Techniques class https://www.facebook.com/events/2025664461070228/
Benefit from both instructional & improvisational support!
Pre-register to reserve your drum…
email: email@example.com or
facebook: karin lewis drumming
Karin is a percussionist, drumming instructor & rhythm circle facilitator. She has been teaching upbeat workshops and percussion lessons since 2006. From school students to seniors, boardrooms to beaches, Karin creates a heart-centred and accessible space for people of all skill levels and ability.
Karin’s teaching style is fun, inspiring and beginner friendly. Through rhythmic embodiment, deep listening and creative empowerment, participants quickly find themselves drumming and energized by a sense of joyful unity. Being in rhythm together fosters connection and awakens the rhythmic quality of our human nature. Karin is passionate about honouring each individual as an equally valuable part of the whole and creating an atmosphere where everyone feels authentically supported by one another.
“Through teaching drumming to hundreds of children and adults, I’ve witnessed great benefits from reconnecting to our natural, inherent sense of rhythm. I’m inspired by the joy and healing it brings and honoured to share this with others!”
Karin is a mother and volunteer counsellor at Cowichan Family Life. She also runs an eco-friendly domestic care business. She is currently studying the rhythmic nature of the human body and energy field through Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. She loves exploring forests and beaches and making nature mandalas.