Drum Circle

Join in Drumming Circle – Healing Circle

The beat of the drum resonates with the human heartbeat.  The pounding sound of a drum can help us to take notice of our own heartbeat. It is our heartbeats that keep us alive and vital. A low, steady beat can create calmness whereas a stronger upbeat can stir us into action or frenzy.

Feeling out of balance?
Low energy?
Need a change?
Are your emotions bottled up and ready to explode?
Do you feel unsupported in life?
Desire community?
Need a new vocation?
Have you wanted to help people but don’t know how?
Need guidance and wisdom?
Looking for a sense of purpose?
Experiencing grief?



If you participated in the Drum Building Workshop or Shamanic Journey Workshop, this is a perfect way to tie it all together.


Drumming circles serve many purposes.

  1. A supportive place to practice shamanism, especially journeying;
  2. Can be a powerful way to deepen in the knowledge and practice of shamanism.
  3. Strengthening the participants’ connections to their helping spirits through practice;
  4. Healing for individuals and for the community.


A drum circle provides an opportunity to connect with your own spirit at a deeper level, and also to connect with a group of other like-minded people. Group drumming alleviates self-centeredness, isolation, and alienation.

Using the sound energy of the drum to disrupt and reconfigure the energy of the parts of your life that are misaligned, shifts this energy to help you create what you want in your life, allowing the things that no longer serve you fall away — effortlessly and delightfully.



Join in this 2-hour Circle

Energy Exchange is $25.00 per person



Many people around the world view all living life forms as sentinel beings.

This is the perspective we hold with regards to the animals that have given their life to support us in creating drums.

Often we go to a market and purchase items to eat without knowing how the food we are about to eat came to be food. If we are buying food from a large conglomerate or corporate market, as most likely these items come from supplier who focuses on creating the product quickly and cheaply.

Their interest is in profit, not the well being of the persons eating the food or how the animals we butchered to create the food, or how many pesticides were used in the growing of the fruits and vegetables.

Most of us have very little knowledge of what is a slaughterhouse and that is understandable, just the word itself “slaughterhouse” holds am unpleasant sensations.

We can buy our meat, fruit and vegetables from a large source, where we have no idea how the food was processed or how the animals we treated. Or we can buy from local farmers and growers, where we actually know the people providing our food. Where we know how the food has been grown and the animals maintained.

The same holds true with the Drum… Since we create these drums for the purpose of being used as a sacred healing instrument, we know from where the wood frames were created and how the wood was gathered. We know how the hides to be used were gathered.

Before the wood is collected to create the frame, an offering is giving and words of gratitude are conveyed. Before a majestic animal is taken, a ceremony is conducted, thanking the animal for giving of it’s life for our sustainability. We know that the animal will feed us, cloth us, provided heat for us, as all parts of the animal is transformed and used for our continued living.

Because we honor and appreciate these sacred beings, we humbly ask the animal, that its power and energy be used in the support of others in its new form as a drum.

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The intention remains to  show ancient wisdom being applied in harmony with present  knowledge and the current mindset.

As with all aspect of life, it is a balancing act.  A balancing act, where there is honor and reverence for all that is.

Held within the presence of honor and reverence is acknowledging women.

Returning to a state of seeing the Divine essence that exist in each Goddess, Priestess, bearer of life.

Paramount to our collective evolution is to witness and hold this awareness. One of  our contributions in  supporting this shift, is to hold drum building workshops for women. The women who are embracing their Goddess and  Priestess places as Healers and Leaders within our communities.

Check out the Registration page for more information about  Honoring the
Divine Feminine – Hand Drum Building for Women Workshop Series.