March 19 - Sept 17
A six month program of intensive study, practice and play on the frame drum with Tori Morril and Shirsten Lundblad. To Register or for more information, email Tori Morrill - firstname.lastname@example.org or Shirsten Lundblad - email@example.com or call Tori at 207-332-5892.
Sundays: 10AM - 5PM
The program includes study materials and more which make home practice delightful. Pick your option below. You will need to have a tar and a tambourine. You will see there is a discount if you pay for the entire course upfront. We are happy to offer a payment plan, but please note that you are required to pay for the entire amount each weekend regardless of a need to be absent.
“No Drummer Left Behind Policy” Please speak to us if cost is prohibitive. We may be able to offer a discount, barter, or scholarship funds to help those students who need financial assistance. If you would like to contribute to our scholarship fund please let us know. Any amount is helpful.
1. Please choose your option from the choices below.
2. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com to tell us you'd like to join and briefly tell us your experience with frame drumming, unless we already know you.
3. Mail your deposit payable to Inanna Sisters to Tori Morrill, 287 Iron Ore Point, Palermo, Maine by Feb. 1, 2017, so we may order your supplies.
$800 Upfront or payment plan option - $100 per gathering - deposit $260.
The course, tambourine, DVD's and study materials.
$675 Upfront or payment plan option - $85 per gathering the - deposit $225.
The course, tambourine, study materials.
$575 Upfront or payment plan option - $85 per gathering - deposit $125.
The course, DVD's , study materials.
$450 pay Upfront.
Just the course with study materials.
Repeaters $45 for one day.
The frame drum is a hand held instrument played in a variety of forms throughout the world since the beginning of time, for ritual, entrainment, healing, shamanic journeying, and ecstatic celebration.Together we will learn rhythms and hand techniques from the Middle East, South India, North Africa, and Brazil on the Tar and Tambourine, utilizing the curriculum created by Layne Redmond and Tommy Brunjes called Giving Birth to Ourselves (GBTO).
The strokes of the drum allow one to connect with elemental energies within our bodies and in the world around us. Rhythmic practice synchronizes the brain and the internal pulsations of our body rhythms, and it allows us to connect deeply in community. Rhythmic play also invites an immense joy into ones being.
Drummers of all levels are invited to participate. The material presented can facilitate seasoned drummers to refine and develop their technique and play, and students new to the drum become fully initiated through this 6 month immersion. It is highly recommended to participated in a frame drum class prior to the program. Throughout the six months, students are asked to make a commitment to an hour of practice a day.
If you are coming from out of town let us know so we can help you find homestays or lodging.
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.