Discover how drumming can help you reduce stress, release negative feelings, boost immunity, and ignite creativity.
Experience the Earth’s 4 elemental sounds as drum beats to help you relax, feel grounded, and connect with nature.
— Philosophy From Elders of the Navajo Tribe
Do you love how relaxed and grounded you feel when listening or moving to music... even if you think you “don’t have rhythm” or can’t sing or dance?
Do you wish you could experience more of those joyful, stress-releasing, feel-good moments of flowing along with the music?
Perhaps you wish you had learned to play a musical instrument but never did...
Drumming is an activity anyone can do and enjoy listening to — no musical experience is required, and you don’t even need a drum to do it! AND, it’s been known since ancient times that drumming heals and harmonizes the body, mind, and spirit.
Drumming can decrease stress, induce deep relaxation, help you release negative feelings, ground you in the moment, and boost your immunity.
In a peer-reviewed study, blood samples taken before and after a HealthRHYTHMS group drumming session found increased immunity at a cellular level — even though the drummers had no prior drumming or musical experience.
Drumming is also just plain FUN... and liberates spontaneous self-expression and creative energy...
We were all incubated to the rhythm of our mother’s heartbeat.
And whether you’re aware of it or not, you have an inner rhythm unique to you, according to internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and music therapist Christine Stevens. The drum is a natural tool for liberating that rhythm.
In this lively, uplifting 60 minutes with Christine, you’ll:
- Experience how to feel rhythm as a healing energy in your body — wherever you need it most
- Explore the 4 element sounds of Nature. .. played on the drum
- Discover a rhythm mantra for mindfulness
- Learn the 3 keys used by ancient shamans to create healing rhythms
- Discover how to playfully turn found sounds into a rhythmic symphony — using everything from water bottles to soda cans
Sign Up Now to Discover Your Unique Inner Rhythm, Reduce Stress, Boost Your Immunity & Ignite Your Creativity
Awaken Your Rhythm is a free event now playing through The Shift Network. Choose your preferred date and time to access the training with With Speaker, Author, and Music Therapist Christine Stevens.
Awaken Your Rhythm is a free online event now playing through The Shift Network. Choose your preferred date and time to access this mini-workshop with Christine Stevens.
Christine, who holds masters degrees in social work and music therapy, inspires people all over the world with her message that music promotes holistic health, spirituality, and wellness.
She’s taught drumming to cancer patients, corporate employees of Fortune 500 companies, women’s empowerment groups, disaster survivors, and even in warzones. She’s also a teacher’s teacher, training drumming instructors globally.
When you join Christine for this uplifting hour, you’ll have the opportunity to feel into how drumming can help you find grounding and calmness, as well as aliveness and inspiration, as you discover what a truly healing instrument a drum can be.
And you’ll almost certainly be touched by Christine’s infectious passion for drumming. She has an uncanny way of making your heart smile.
And remember: no musical experience — or drum — is necessary... just a willingness to open to spontaneous feelings of liberation, joy, and self-expression...
What People Are Saying About Christine Stevens...
“Christine guides groups to the secret world of the rhythmic arts.”
— Mickey Hart, Grammy award-winning percussionist, Grateful Dead and Global Drum Project; Author of Drumming at the Edge of Magic
“Christine Stevens can introduce you to the magic, fun, and healing power of drumming. I recommend it.”
— Dr. Andrew Weil, Author of Healthy Aging
“The power of her work is reflected in the brightness of her spirit.”
Christine Stevens’ work is truly brilliant. I love how she teaches drumming rhythms. The power of her work is reflected in the brightness of her spirit.
— Sandra Ingerman, Author of 12 books, including The Book of Ceremony
“Christine Stevens is a magical sage of sound healing.”
Christine Stevens is a magical sage of sound healing. She is a “bridger of worlds” with a deep sense of what matters most. She brings healing home for the Soul.
— Dr. Sue Morter, Founder of the Morter Institute for BioEnergetics and Author of The Energy Codes
“She is an instrument of global peace on the planet.”
Christine’s work is anointed with the kiss of heaven’s inspiration, celebration, and joy. She is an instrument of global peace on the planet.
— Michael Bernard Beckwith, Author of Spiritual Liberationand Founder of Agape International Spiritual Center
About Christine Stevens
Christine Stevens is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and music therapist. Holding masters degrees in both social work and music therapy, Christine inspires people all over the world with her message that music promotes holistic health, spirituality, and wellness.
Christine is the author of Music Medicine, The Healing Drum Kit, and The Art and Heart of Drum Circles book and DVD. She’s recorded two play-along CDs, Reviving Rhythms and Drumming Up Diva.
Christine is the founder of UpBeat Drum Circles, offering diversity training, team building, and wellness presentations worldwide. She’s trained facilitators and led workshops in more than 20 countries, including Iraq, Hong Kong, Brazil, South Africa, Japan, and Western Europe. Christine trains HealthRHYTHMS facilitators throughout the United States, England, and Japan through Remo, the world’s largest drum company. A leader in the music and wellness movement, Christine also serves on the editorial board of Explore: A Journal of Science and Healing.
Christine’s work in Iraq was featured in the book and DVD Discover the Gift. Televised media credits include PBS, NBC, KABC-Los Angeles, KTLA – Los Angeles, Tournament of Roses Parade, London Tonight, Living Better TV, Discovery Health, and Hong Kong News. As a contributing writer, Christine’s work has been featured in Fitness magazine, Spirituality & Health, Body & Soul, Fast Company, First for Women Magazine, The Oriental News, The Christian Science Monitor, US News & World Report, Yogi Times, and Natural Beauty and Health.