We've come to the end of another summer holiday. I'd like to thank all the children's centres, kids clubs, health clubs and everyone else who has asked us along to run our music sessions this summer. It's been lovely to meet you all.
Now, back to the day job! Schools and team-building events for the rest of the year. (Still some dates left!)
Everyone feels a drumbeat!
Rhythmweave run interactive, hands-on team-building and music events.
Making music together is a fantastic experience. It is great for team-building: by its very nature it encourages listening, co-operation and sharing. And it's good for you! It boosts confidence and self-esteem, helps with co-ordination and can aid rehabilitation and recovery.
We will bring drumming, percussion, singing and even story-telling workshops to you, each one tailored to meet the needs of your group whatever their age or ability.
Schools, colleges, residential care homes, businesses, health groups, youth groups, charities, we work with them all.
Weddings and birthday parties...we will come along with songs, stories and rhythms to make them even more memorable.
Rhythmweave specialize in:
Drumming, percussion and cultural awareness programmes for mainstream and special needs schools
Groups learning English as a second language
Residents in care homes
Stress-busting and health promoting events for special needs and self-help groups
Community-building/community cohesion events and community drum circles
Festivals and Community Arts events
Parties, celebrations and ceremonies
Team-building/Awayday events for organisations and businesses
We work with groups from 5 - 100. We will work with you to tailor a programme for your specific needs.
Rhythmweave is based in Rochdale. We work throughout the North West of England.
Can our natural rhythm heal us?
Please take a moment to watch this video from BBC News on the power of rhythm
And there's more! Read this article about our drum sessions from The Guardian of Saturday 20th September 2008
Or watch more evidence of the positive effects of music on different populations