Group drumming can be a powerful vehicle for connecting the body, mind and spirit, supporting healing and transformation in the process. Scientific studies show that facilitated group drumming may enhance immune system functioning, stimulate circulation, improve mood, activate brain functioning, and reduce stress. On Tuesday February 28, 2012, cancer patients and survivors are invited to come experience for themselves the power and benefits of drumming in community.
DRUMMM Rhythmic Events founder and facilitator Jeni Swerdlow, MA-ATR will create a safe, supportive environment in which participants can freely explore and play. Participants tap into their individual creativity and experience connection to the group while drumming, releasing inhibitions and experiencing true liberation through the drums.
No prior musical training is necessary to participate in this “hands-on” program. Instruments will be provided or participants may bring their own.
DRUMMM LifeBEAT: Drumming for Wellness with Cancer Patients & Survivors
With DRUMMM Founder Jeni Swerdlow, MA‐ ATR , & Sharon Anderson, Taiko Drummer
Tuesday, February 28th , 2012
5: 30 – 7: 00 p.m .
UCSF Mount Zion Medical Center
FREE (Registration required)
UCSF Mount Zion Medical Center, 2200 Post Street, 1st floor, Hellman Conference Room C126. Limited to 30 participants. Please call the Cancer Resource Center at (415) 885‐3693 to register.
Presented by the UCSF Cancer Resource Center ● 1600 Divisadero Street, 1 st Floor, San Francisco, CA 941431725 ● 415.885.3693 ● http://cancer.ucsf.edu/crc
More info: www.drummm.com