Have you ever experienced stress? If you answered yes, then may we suggest that you come to a Drumming Circle where you can pound and scream along with a group of crazy people just like yourself? The release is phenomenal! It’s as if you were packing up your tension and troubles and sending them off with the sound waves. Creating music with drums is an active form of meditation. Often in the drum trance state-of-mind questions are answered, problems are solved, and clarity is achieved because the thinking (left) brain is put on hold and we allow our intuitive (right) brain to rule for a little while. A recent study even suggests an increase in cancer-fighting immunities in people participating in group drumming.
Drumming is good for your spirit — expressing yourself in a free-form, non-judgmental, improvisational environment like a drum circle can allow you to tap into a very strong spiritual connections. It’s primitive. It’s basic. It’s part of us.
The power and magic of drumming circles is growing and is a way to communicate what goes beyond words or explanations.
The intent of our circles is first and foremost to create safe space, and to give permission to find and honor the rhythms that lie within each of us. The focus is play, which is defined as having no agenda, and the circles are not so much a teaching as an experience.
Drumming Circles at
Cedar Mountain Drums
All Circles held Wednesday night from 7:00 pm to about 9:00 pm
Upstairs at 2239 E. Burnside St (just go in the front door).
Bring your own drum or percussion instruments or use ours (except Shamanic Journeying)
$5.00 Donation Requested
1st Wednesday: Men’s Drumming
2nd Wednesday: Mixed Drumming
(Men, Women & Children)
3rd Wednesday: Women’s Drumming
4th Wednesday: Shamanic Journeying
5th Wednesday: Sharing and Meditation Circle