Learn how to use rhythm as a tool for engagement and connection online – yes it really is possible!

March 20 @ 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT | $40

Presented by Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR of DRUMMM Rhythmic Events and Village Music Circles Global. After facilitating online rhythm events for the past year (and for over 20 years in real life), Jeni’s learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do).

While it’s true that virtual is no substitute for the real thing, there are a LOT of things that you CAN do online to give people the experience that we’re all craving – that feeling of genuine human connection, the joy of making music together, and the many wellness benefits that come with being in rhythm (like stress reduction, a mood lift, and an immune boost).

In this live interactive training we’ll cover:

  • Easy icebreakers & energizers
  • Fun “seed” rhythms & groove starters
  • Interactive games & activities
  • Technology considerations
  • Instruments & sound equipment

This training is for teachers, facilitators, musicians, counselors, presenters, etc… If you’re ready to spice up your online offerings, expand your toolkit, and have fun in a playful, supportive learning environment – this training is for you!

Video recording of the session, playalong music tracks, and training handouts will be available to everyone registered whether you’re present at the live event or not.

“Fun, engaging, enjoyable.”
“Thanks for breaking it down, you made it so easy to learn!”
“What a great tool for bringing people together during these challenging times.”

DRUMMM’s founder and chief rhythm activator, Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR, is a dynamic and engaging facilitator, trainer, and presenter. She is best known for her creative strategies and playful attitude that strengthen teams, support wellness, enliven celebrations, engage communities, and activate learning through rhythm.

Jeni is a Registered Art Therapist, Village Music Circles Global Trainer, REMO®-Endorsed Drum Circle Facilitator, trained HealthRHYTHMS® & Rhythm2Recovery® Facilitator, and a faculty member at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and Women Drummers International.

Contact [email protected] or 510-316-2850 for more info.