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 email@example.com or Drums Alive contact Karen Watanabe at 808-271-4110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.