Drum, Dance, Groove in Oakville
Let an array of musical instruments make your spirit soar and heal your heart in Oakville … an intuitive drumming circle is taking place at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre.
It’s being held on Nov 28.
Bring your djembes, frame drums, bongos, bodhrans, oscars, flutes or other percussion instruments — if you don’t have one, not to worry.
There are percussion instruments and several extra drums available for those who require a loaner.
In the spirit of a drumming circle, all ages and experience levels are welcomed.
You’ll be led in a unified front of drumming, dancing and grooving.
Attendees can experience the uplifting and infectious energy, plus the positive group vibrations.
Wellness guru Normando Jones will be leading the way.
He transforms his drum circles into a enticing experience using hand drums, didgeridoo, synthesizers, and exotic instruments.
Jones is said to bring magic into any space, not only by his drumming, but also by his nature.
Hypnotic rhythms and ethereal melodies allow you to move deeper into their awareness, while the wonderful healing benefits of Jones’ music creates a transcendance, seducing the heart, awakening the soul to the preciousness of being human.
Jones has provided music for Lululemon, Lole, Moksha, Yoga Vision, Power Yoga Canada, Yoga-Thon Dundas Square, Take it to the mat/Lymphoma Canada, and the Power of Movement/Arthritis Canada.
The event is on Nov. 28 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at 1086 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E.
There’s no need to pre-register.
You can show up and sign in with Peaches.
A $10 donation per participant is in gratitude of use of the space at JCHAC.
The event is hosted by Evolving Families Foundation.
E-mail info [at] joshuacreekarts [dot] com for more information.
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