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Holyoake and DRUMBEAT are proud to announce the return of rhythm facilitation legend ARTHUR HULL to Australia for 2013. Arthur is a multi-award winning musician and author. He is recognised as a pioneer in bringing the drum circle experience to schools, corporations and conferences.

A gifted rhythmatist and charismatic facilitator, Arthur leads diverse groups through a joyful and inspiring experience using music and rhythm. From small groups to groups of thousands, youngsters to elders, ‘rhythmically challenged’ to experienced musicians.

Arthur will empower you to build a rhythm community while exploring the foundational elements of drum circle facilitation. Learn powerful facilitation techniques and develop skills while gaining the confidence to successfully lead a rhythm event for a variety of diverse populations.

Packed with information and hands-on experience, both entry-level and advanced Facilitators will have plenty of opportunities for practicing new skills in a safe, supportive environment. Upon completion of this training, you will have the ability to begin facilitating rhythm events of your own!

Program Content

The Facilitator Training is an intensive high-powered, dynamic experience. Participants must commit to the entire 3-days and be ready to work hard and learn a lot — while having loads of fun doing so.

  • In 20+ hours of training, participants will have extensive practice opportunities in the facilitation techniques and the skills needed to lead a drum circle event for a variety of populations.
  • Group instruction and discussions combine with small group activities using movement, voice, musical instruments, and improvisational rhythm games. Critique and feedback are an important part of the learning process.
  • Opportunities for networking with other facilitators of many cultures, backgrounds and experience levels provides stimulation and inspiration to developing facilitators.
Click here to read Arthur Hull's biography

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