Sacred Drumming is dedicated to helping create cross-cultural connection and inclusion among diverse peoples.
Music and frame drumming, in particular, are Universal languages and a worldwide global phenomenon that bring people together from all demographics of life to be in circle and collective rhythm.
We stand with our black community members, the indigenous, oppressed, and minority people in the U.S. and the world over who are suffering and demanding change.
Reflecting on the life and legacy of my teacher, friend, and mentor Layne Redmond today on her Birthday.
I scattered some of Layne's ashes to the wind and soil at this sacred oracular site of Delphi in Greece in 2017 while co-leading two groups of 25 women each on a Field School. What a magical, mysterious, and sometimes difficult journey it was and I believe Layne's life was too. Layne wove teachings of the oracles and seers, the bee priestesses, and muses of the ancient w
Sacred Drumming helps us to attune ourselves to nature’s cycles & rhythms
tidal rhythms 🌊
lunar rhythms 🌙 circadian rhythms 🌕
diurnal rhythms ☀️
Biological rhythms 💋
Heartbeat rhythms ❤️
Earth rhythms 🌎 and more... Our modern culture has mostly lost a connection to these natural rhythms, and we are seeing an epidemic of arrhythmic people that oftentimes feel out of sync and step with their larger environment and atmosphere. Sacred Drumming is a
Many believe the origins of the frame drum originate in the grain sieve. When humans first settled down into agricultural settlements and began cultivating grains, women were traditionally the artisans of rhythmically winnowing the grain. Of course, women were also bleeding in rhythm with each other and the cycles of the moon. There is such deep herstory of women being together in rhythm. In looking at cultures that still employ the ancient technologies of grain winnowing, we