Drumming for the people




I seem to be doing a lot of protest drumming. This is sad as there is so much else to do but we seem to be facing so many changes and lots of people are in poverty and dying.

The drums are out sounding for the people here and in Canada where my elder gave a drum to a community group. . I am also getting ready to run some drum making sessions.

But what else is happening .... 

I am off to the Journal of Dementia Care conference soon and hope to inspire more Dementia Drumming like we did at Age UK some years ago!





Women's day here in Plymouth this coming 

Sunday the 20th October .

Come and light the fire in your belly and explore...

Who you truly are

and

Who you want to be...


“As women we give out so much of the time.

This is a workshop designed for women who give and who would like space for themselves to replenish their internal storehouse.
Women who would like to reconnect with themselves with music, creativity, laughter and maybe a few tears...”

Drums will be available to buy if anyone falls in love with one...

Lorna has been honoured with some inspirational ways of working from her Canadian First Nations Elder and teacher Chief Sandy who has made Lorna an Elder for her song weaving work.

A pipe carrier under Chief Sandy, she works with drumming and creativity.


With 40 years experience in women’s work.
Lorna has been nationally recognised for her groupwork with childhood abuse.


This is a small workshop. 8-10 places and with a follow-up if wished.
The venue is a house fairly central in Plymouth and will be given on booking.
Tea and coffee will be provided. Please bring finger food to share for lunch .

 

Cost of day £40 Please book via paypal and email to coulsonlorna@hotmail.com

When? Sunday Oct 20th From 10-5

Where? Hartley, Plymouth (detail on booking)



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