The Secrets of Rhythmic Drumming
Rhythmic drumming can make a difference in the lives of those affected by Parkinson’s Disease or Aging – so can you!
People affected with Parkinson’s experience shaking, tremors, muscle stiffness and loss of balance. As we get older, memory loss, sleep deprivation and loneliness slowly creep into our daily lives. The good news is these symptoms and more can be improved through rhythmic drumming.
The rhythmic motion of drumming improves motor skills, develops muscle tone, and stimulates brain functions. Drumming also increases dopamine and serotonin levels which helps to create an overall healthy emotional outlook. And the social aspect of drumming in a group can decrease stress levels, regulate blood pressure and improve sleep habits. Not to mention – it’s just plain fun!
Contact Randy Armstrong to learn more about West African style drumming and it’s remarkable benefits for those with Parkinson’s disease.
“West African style drumming can improve motor function for people with Parkinson’s disease. Drumming has a long tradition in healing rituals around the world and has been used as a method of therapy to improve and increase muscle memory and motor skills. Drumming is also really fun and energizing! I hope you find these Video presentations helpful and invigorating. Enjoy!” – Randy Armstrong