Rhythm Culture drumming workshops and performances for universities is an immersive experience which promotes diversity and equity within educational environments.
Australia is a multicultural society and showcasing these cultures broadens communities, encourages inclusion and casts aside racial, cultural and gender barriers.
The drum does not discriminate, it knows no colour, gender or stereotyping. Tolerance and respect for other cultures and cross cultural awareness is more vital now than ever. Drumming together stimulates non judgemental communication and advocates unity through traditional and cultural practices.
African drumming is fun, relaxing and good for your health. Exploring African culture through a fun and happy medium such as drumming allows university students to relax, recharge and renew themselves from consistent external and internal pressure. A fantastic stress reliever and energiser. Workshops engage the group in physical activity and promotes the benefits around keeping active.
What are the some of the benefits of African Drumming?
- Promotes a sense of community.
- Djembe drumming encourages core strength
- Music stimulates both left and right sides of the brain
- Assists emotional expression.
- Increases memory, decision making skills and impulse control.
- Stress reliever
- Mindfulness activity
- Drumming is therapeutic, boosts the immune system and produces feelings of well-being.