Shamanic Drum Healing

Shamanic drumming also known as Rhythm healing is the ancient approach that uses therapeutic rhythm techniques to promote health and well-being. Specialized Rhythmic drumming patterns are designed to influence the internal rhythmic patterns of the individual and harmonize those patterns that are thought to be causing illness or imbalance.


Shamanic drumming or Rhythm healing relies on the natural law of resonance to restore the vibrational integrity of body, mind, and spirit.


Sound waves have the ability to impart its energy to a substance such as wood, metal, or the human body, making it vibrate in sympathy. When we hear drumming, our living flesh, brainwaves and spiritual energy centers begin to vibrate in response.

How it works is the healing drum pattern projects onto the body a supportive resonance or sound pattern the body can attune to. This sympathetic resonance forms new harmonic alignments, opens the body’s various energy meridians and chakras, releases blocked emotional patterns, promotes healing and helps reconnect us to our core. The sound patterns also enhance your sense of empowerment and stimulates your creative expression.

The healing power of drums should never be underestimated. The drumming grounds us and connects us to our primordial beginnings when the deep resonating vibrations of the beat envelop us. Drums engulf our entire consciousness during a rhythmic healing session. Shamanic drumming also helps to activate your own natural healing powers.

Some obvious powerful benefits from experiencing a Shamanic drumming and rhythm healing are listed below.

Reduces stress.

Improves your concentration.

It encourages the body to desire a healthier lifestyle.

Makes you feel happier.

Opens up acceptance of self.

Slows the aging process.

It is beneficial to your cardiovascular health.

Boosts your overall immune system.

Induces a deeper self-awareness by prompting synchronous brain activity and promoting alpha waves.

Helps to release negative feelings and emotional trauma.