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 Post subject: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
 Post Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2008 5:18 am 
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Does anyone know of any drumming circles in London or Essex areas please? Especially circles that specialize in Saami or Siberian shamanism. Also workshops on these types of shamanism would be good.


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 Post Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:41 pm 
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I think this one is still going - Karen or Shenoah will be able to tell you.

LONDON
Open Drumming Group
The London Open Drumming Group was set up in June 1997. We meet every month in Vauxhall, London. Our group's aim is to provide a safe and sacred environment for people to practise core shamanic techniques:
we work with drum and rattle, with dance and song and of course with the shamanic journey to the Spirit World. We are a space for newcomers to shamanism to develop their shamanic work.

We have created both somewhere to work with serious issues, to develop this path we walk with our spirits, and a relaxing environment where we can talk about our shamanic experiences with other practitioners. Members of the group are expected to be responsible for themselves, and it should be emphasised that this is not a therapy group.

All members of this email group are able to attend as they have either attended a basic workshop, or have worked shamanically with someone known to the organisers. As a minimum attendees should have attempted an Upper World journey, a Lower World journey and to journey for another person.

Please bring rattle, a scarf, something to sit/lie on, and a packedlunch. We ask for £5 towards the cost of the space and tea/coffee.The nearest tube and train is Vauxhall station.

Members are expected to contribute to one meeting per year. This cantake many form such as a journey you have always wanted to do, a ritual, a theme for the day . Please contact Karen or David with your ideas or activities. It would be useful if you could let one of us know if you are coming- that way we can plan the day more effectively and alert you to any homework that you may need to bring.Please find below the revised dates of the London Open Drumming group.Please note the changes to April and May.

"Meets on the second Saturday of each month. Each time we meet has a theme - recent ones have included healing, artwork and storytelling. "

Contact: Karen Kelly, phone: 01223 562838, or email: karenspirittalk@aol.com
Shenoah Taylor, phone: 020 8740 7432 or email: shenoah@abelgratis.co.uk
Malcolm Moore, email: malcolmmoore@bigfoot.com
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Some basic drumming groups listed here:

http://www.african-drumbeat.co.uk/classes/K-L-M.htm

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 Post Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:57 pm 
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Hello!

All I know is this list:
http://www.shamaniccircles.org/

You might find some there in London.

*smile*
Wanderer


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 Post subject: Drumming Circle in Cambridgeshire UK - 60 miles from London
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 22, 2009 10:28 am 
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Cambridgeshire Shamanic Drumming Circle

The East Anglia region of the UK has been a centre for mysticism and spirituality for millennia and we are carrying on this tradition in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire, 6 miles from the city of Cambridge. We are an
open group, so you are welcome to come and drum and journey with us!
More information: http://www.sunflower-health.com/shamanicworkshops.htm
Contact person: Michael Meredith
Email enquiry form: http://www.sunflower-health.com/forms/enquiry.htm


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 Post subject: Global Drum Circles
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You can find global drum circles at:
http://shamanicdrumming.com/global_drum_circles.html
:D


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If you guys ever get to South Florida you'll find them everywhere. Love to have you all over on this side of the pond.


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Shaman Hawk wrote:
If you guys ever get to South Florida you'll find them everywhere. Love to have you all over on this side of the pond.


hey i live in fort lauderdale and go to the tequesta ones and the fern forest ones on saturdays when i can........


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Lake Worth has one every full moon night on the beach on the North side of the pier. Sunsport Gardens has one every Friday night.


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 Post subject: yea that's a bit of a drive for me though
 Post Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:23 pm 
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i do go to the pompano beach ones just north of their pier when i can though......i stay off oakland park blvd west so even that is a little drive but worth it when i can attend.......


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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
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Here in the Philippines, drumming circles are a common especially in the northern provinces. These are actually rituals to pay homage/respect to their ancestors, and thanksgiving as well. If you have the budget you should come visit.

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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
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Thank you share some information great here, I hope can you help when join or visit, contact your address. Wishes your success and health. See you later, I hope you will fast reply in the next time.


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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
 Post Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 8:31 am 
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Location: Kilburn Derbyshire
Were nor in the London area.
But for anyone in the East Midlands we hold a drumming circle at the Masonic Hall in Belper Derbyshire
We try to use the circle so anyone can access the space to not just for Drumming, but to Meditate ot journey, Even Chant and dance. It's open to all and based several round used for connecting with spirit , a healing and thank you round as a rough guid. Though people tend to use them mainly to drum . others might journey within these rounds .
Open to all and new commers welcome.
Dates Vairy so chek web site / Facebook
Contact us at dunnwooddrums@live.com
http://www.dunnwooddrums . were on facebook too
Dunnwooddrums
Pat Dunnicliffe
Del woods


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The drumming circle is at the Equilibrium Centre
White Lion Court, Hollybush Farm, Stoney Heath, Ramsdell, Tadley,
United Kingdom RG26 5SL
Email: ketch_003@hotmail.com


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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
 Post Posted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:01 pm 
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Location: Mexico
Hello to all:

I am open to found a new drum circle here in Center Mexico, Queretaro region.

We could meet twice or more per month on my horse ranch, just half an hour south of the city, indoor or outdoor possibilities.

I also am organizing a workshop to learn practically how to build your own shamanic drum.


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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
 Post Posted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:07 pm 
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For those who have a drumming circle in the Northern Hemisphere, now is a great time to "drum in" the ancient festival of Imbolc [Imbolg] - an auspicious time to empower personal "New Beginnings".

Aligning with the en-LIGHT-enment of this season - as recognised by our ancestors for thousands of years - can be a great crucible for personal transformation. Background info and ritual suggestions here:
www.brothermichael.org.uk/resources/beginnings.htm


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 Post subject: Re: Does anyone know any drumming circles?
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