Drumming is fun, reduces stress levels, brings people together, fulfills the need for belonging, and creates great memories. It's a perfect team-building activity for any group. 

Drumming and Rhythm Playshop


This workshop will suit every group, team and will be the highlight of any festival or event. Lots of games and rhythm starters. Participants learn about the instruments and the rhythm. They have a chance to express themselves freely and conduct a drum orchestra. No previous experience is needed. We provide all the drums and percussion instruments. Sometimes we use our bodies and voices to create music together. We've worked with thousands of people who had lots of fun. 

No experience is necessary. We are all creative and rhythmical beings.


We belong to the family of Village Music Circle and we've trained with the best facilitators of the drum circles in the world. Our mentor is Arthur Hull, who is the acclaimed grandfather of the community drum circle.


​Pow Wow - community drum

Pow Wow Jamming - Community Drum

Inspired by the Native American culture, we were inspired to get a big community drum. Our Drum takes 12 players at the same time and many more singers. With respect for the indigenous culture, we'll learn modern Pow Wow songs and chants, while looking to express our own voices and our unique spirit. It's a lot of fun to play one heartbeat and connect to create a tribe for the duration of the session and beyond.

Benefits for the Team and Company:

  • Energies

  • Connects

  • Improves Listening skills and cooperation

  • Motivates

  • Unites the Team

  • Boosts Fun and Creativity

  • Helps to release Tension and Stress

  • Creates a sense of belonging

Samoan Sasa - waking up the community

Surely you've heard of Haka. But did you hear about Sasa? Sasa is a traditional slap dance from Polynesian Islands. Its purpose is to make everyone awake from the dream. It is performed sitting cross-legged on the floor. The participants are performing a series of rhythmic and visual patterns to the accompaniment of a log drum. To be sitting cross-legged is to be connected to Earth. When we slap our bodies using various actions we are waking up our body and saying WAKE UP! Sasa is the celebration to invite all others watching to pay attention. The Sasa is an amazing experience of community in unity. All participants, sitting in rows, are synchronizing their movements to perform a stunning show. Once the group have learned the calls and moves, they will be able to create their own. Sasa dance tells a story of life, interests and surroundings.