Healthy! Liberating! Fun! Facilitated by Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR ( with special guest percussionist and beloved Vallejo Yoga teacher Susan Jette, MT-BC.

Friday October 16, 2015 @ 7:45-9pm. Located at Vallejo Yoga, 532 Georgia St, Vallejo, CA 94590. (707) 590-0669.

This is the perfect opportunity to tune into your own rhythm (whether you think you have any or not) as we connect and co-create. Discover how freeing the drums can be! Welcoming to all levels of experience, especially beginner-beginners. Please bring a drum or sound-maker, or play one of ours.

In this special session we will:

  • Deepen our mind-body connection through rhythm.
  • Explore ancient rhythms from around the world, and make up some new ones in the moment.
  • Give our immune system a boost, our brain a spark, and our mood a lift.
  • Play loudly, freely, spaciously!

By donation (suggested $10-15)

About your Hosts:

Percussionist and Registered Art Therapist Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR is a dynamic and engaging facilitator, trainer, presenter, and performer. Founding DRUMMM® Rhythmic Events  in 2000, her interactive, “hands-on” group drumming programs have engaged many thousands of participants at a variety of events in the U.S. and abroad. She is best known for her innovative strategies and playful attitude. Clients include Hewlett-Packard, eBay, Oprah Winfrey and Kaiser-Permanente, as well as several prominent tech companies, universities, festivals, museums and more. Jeni holds monthly Drummm Circles and weekly Universal Drumming classes in Berkeley, quarterly Family Drummm Circles in Benicia, and is available for public and private events.

Susan Jette, MT-BC is a Board Certified Music Therapist, Drum Circle Facilitator and Certified Yoga Instructor at Vallejo Yoga and elsewhere. Susan is particularly interested in the “brain gym” aspect of rhythm and movement, as well as the intersection of yoga, mindfulness, and drumming. She believes strongly in the value of using music and rhythm to heal people and strengthen communities.

Info: Contact Jeni Swerdlow at [email protected] or 510.316.2850.