Harwich Drum Women
TUE, JAN 23
Location 30 King’s Head Street,Harwich,CO12 3EE,GB
Women’s Drum Circle
Harwich Drum Women was created with the intention of bringing Women together to drum and sing together in circle. To have fun, to laugh, to play, to make friends and to be held by the sisters in this community.
For the beat of the drum to ripple out into our little town, for the Women who need it, to follow that beat and join us.
Harwich Drum Women is a community group for the Women of Harwich and beyond.
We will open the space with a gentle grounding practice and moving into a drum, sound and song circle using frame drums and percussion (instruments will be provided – but feel free to bring your own).
No experience needed. Drums, Tea and biscuits/cake provided.
Tickets – £10.
Or for those on low income pay what you can afford.
Cash welcome but still let me know you are coming by emailing.
Mats provided but you might want to bring a blanket, bring your water bottle, a mug and anything to add to the shared altar space.
Please allow yourself enough time to find parking in nearby local streets.
Any questions – email Lou xx
By booking tickets you confirm you have read and agreed with the following Important Health Information and acknowledge it is your responsibilty to inform Louise if any of the below applies to you.
You release Louise Staker / She’s Medicine from any legal liability & you assume sole responsibility for your own health and the outcome of any session, event or workshop.
The Sacred Women’s Drum Circle and sharing circle is not a
substitute for medical consultation for physical, mental and psychological
illnesses, but it is a powerful natural complementary form of healing as
well as a space for social interaction. It is not a therapy group and should
not be seen by participants as such.
Like any form of sound work it may not be suitable for everyone as it
involves some loud noise and repetitive beats.
Those with Tinnitus and Ménière’s disease may find that the use of ear
plugs helps them join a drum circle without over stimulating the ears.
Those with epilepsy and those otherwise affected by repetitive sound
should consider their triggers and make the session leader aware of any
needs they may have.
It is particularly contraindicated for those suffering from active
schizophrenia, PTSD a nd other reality perception altering illnesses as
repetitive drumming can change the brain waves and induce trance like
Those in the early stages of pregnancy o r those who have suffered
r ecurrent miscarriage, and are currently pregnant , should take medical
advice before joining a drum circle.
Some of the content presented in a retreat or event may be triggering and individuals must be of sound mind to attend.
It is to be noted that the Sacred Women’s Drum Circle Facilitators are not
therapists and should not be treated as such. They may need to intervene
and invite participants to seek alternative or additional support.
Duration 2 hr
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