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Therapeutic Exercise With Drumsticks

I do think drumming can be therapeutic - it's active, intuitive, and expressive/creative. It allows you to "feel" the music and become part of it.Our heartbeat is the most basic rhythm of life, so it makes sense that we are naturally drawn to "the beat." We all "dance to the beat of our own drums" in life, as we're all individually different.I've always liked music with a strong beat, and the urge to tap my foot or hand is strong. Drumming provides a way to express/share/release... happiness, enjoyment, stress or anxiety. It's something about the auditory aspect that is soothing because it can be heard by yourself and others - you become the music.I'm excited to try something brand new to me tomorrow. There is a "pop-up" class called "Pound and Pour" coming to Busby, and although I've never tried it or even witnessed it, I think it'll be great. I'm intrigued. Instructor Kara Rimmer tells me that it's ideal for ALL fitness levels (it can also be done while sitting in a chair). It's a full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. It's also an invigorating opportunity to "pound out your frustrations" lol.I'm really looking forward to yet another new experience! Life is meant for living and learning, and it passes by way too quickly, so I'm eternally grateful that I've re-found my passion for life. 🥰

The idea that the physical act of drumming could be beneficial to our being as a whole comes as no surprise to me; I’m always jamming out in the car, hitting those perfect drum solos on all of my f…

SCIENCE-OFTHE-SOUL.COM Research Shows Drumming Heals the Mind, Body & Spirit The idea that the physical act of drumming could be beneficial to our being as a whole comes as no surprise to me; I’m always jamming out in the car, hitting those perfect drum solos on all of my f…

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