Drums Alive Instructor Training to take place at the Worcester County Recreation Center

Share the joy of music, the power of drumming, and help others discover the thrill of being able to express their inner creativity in a fun and non-judgmental atmosphere by becoming a certified Drums Alive instructor. Master Trainer Carrie Shult will host a Drums Alive Basic Certificate workshop at the Worcester County Recreation Center on Wednesday, December 28. at 9:00 a.m.

Participants will learn the theory, science, research, and application of this fun and effective group exercise program. Explore sound and movement therapy through drumming and music. Learn the loco-motor skills to drum your way to a distinctive and unforgettable class design.
The goal of Drums Alive is to improve lives, physically and psychologically, through a unique sensory motor drumming in a group fitness program. Drums Alive creates a whole mind, whole body experience for all who participate, regardless of their age, abilities, or disabilities. 
Drums Alive Basic Certificate workshop is a one day (8 hour) training designed to provide the instructor with a basic knowledge and practical application of the Drums Alive program. The fee for Drums Alive Basic is $315 between Dec. 8-21, or a late price of $350 from Dec. 22-28. Participants will receive a manual, DVD, and certificate upon completion.
Register for this class at www.drums-alive.com. For more information, contact Worcester County Recreation and Parks Program Manager Lea Cataggio at 410-632-2144 x2509 or lcataggio@co.worcester.md.us or Drums Alive contact Karen Watanabe at 808-271-4110 or karen@drums-alive.com.