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Drumming Into Dreamtime

  • Aslan Institute 4141 Old Sibley Memorial Highway Eagan, MN, 55122 United States (map)

Intensive Fee: $35

There are so many positive gifts that drumming can bring us.  Without the learning curve of most instruments, almost immediately, drumming can:

  • make you happy
  • release stress, tension and anxiety
  • help with chronic pain
  • boost your immune system
  • establish a sense of connectedness, community
  • connect you spiritually
  • release negativity
  • bring you to the present moment
  • be a life-changing personal transformation
  • build your confidence and self-esteem

Yogic sages anticipated quantum physics by pointing out that a subtle vibratory energy is the source of everything we know. They experienced this energy as the expression of the divine feminine power, called Shakti. The word shakti means “power.”  Join us for an afternoon of drumming and meditation as we active the hidden powers in our own psyche that then transform us.

It is our hope that these teachings, along with a daily meditation practice, will offer you a path for evolving consciousness and new way of being that brings you closer to spirit and a relaxed, centered awareness in each moment.

Instructors and Guides:

Anna Amick, certified Shambhava Yoga instructor, and a part of the drumming community for over 30 years. She has a passion for sharing her knowledge, wisdom and experiences with like-minded souls. Drums are easy to start playing! Anyone can strike a drum and make a sound. It is primordial. Drums are THE first instrument. From the womb we naturally have rhythms within us. Let's connect and share this sacred art!

Catherine Carpenter, D.Min. is a coach and meditation instructor. She is a Certified Masters of Wisdom & Meditation Teacher.

To Register: Contact Catherine at cmcarpenter@mac.com or Anna at annamul@mac.com.

 www.catherinecarpenter.com            www.annamul@mac.com            www.aslaninst.com

Earlier Event: November 19
Awaken your Inner Guru I
Later Event: January 7
Centering in Silence II