Experience TEAMWORK, boost MORALE, and reduce STRESS through recreational music making!
Discover the evidence-based drumming program that reduces stress, boosts morale and promotes teamwork - featured in CNN Headline News, Prevention Magazine and the Wall Street Journal!
No prior musical experience necessary. Instruments provided.
Research Based BENEFITS of the HealthRHYTHMS Protocol:
► Increases Natural Killer Cell Activity
(cells that seek out and destroy cancer and virally infected cells)
► Strengthens Immume System of Corporate Employees.
► Reverses Effects of Stress on Your DNA
(in 19 of 46 genes studied)
► Improves Mood & Reduces Burnout
► Inspires Creativity and Bonding
► Positively Impacts Juvenile Rehabilitation
(using HealthRHYTHMS Adolescent Protocol)
The program is based upon the HealthRHYTHMS® protocol developed from medical research that shows the health benefits of drumming with a group, including stress reduction, mood improvement and a boost to the immune system. See a seven minute video about the protocol below.
HealthRHYTHMS® was developed after leading neurologist and mind-body researcher Dr. Barry Bittman, MD led a renowned research team in the first biological study on the effects of group drumming in 2000. Subsequent published research supports the program. For more information, visit remo.com/health.
A wide variety of drums and other percussion instruments will be provided for all participants.
Watch the five minute HealthRHYTHMS Overview video below:
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SCHEDULE A DEMONSTRATION FOR YOUR GROUP!
Contact Our Practitioner:
Sara Boring, DIRECTOR OF VETERANS TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM, THE SALVATION ARMY, STANISLAUS COUNTY
"A important goal I made for myself in this program is to learn how to have patience. To learn to treat people with respect. To learn to always have a hand to help someone with and know that I will always be here for someone to lean on."
"If I could give a gift to someone in this group, I would give all the kids still on the street the privilege to participate in group drumming."