Drumming

"The sound of the drum is God's heeling energy. This energy relieves stress and tension. Playing the drum is even more beneficial because it relaxes the body while stimulating the cardiovascular system. Allowing your inner creativity to express itself to the fullest."'


Jahruba’s objectives A) STRENGTHEN PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS. LEARNING TO PLAY AN INSTRUMENT FOR THE FIRST TIME HELPS STRENGTHEN PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS. B) IMPROVE STUDENT LISTENING SKILLS. JAHRUBA’S TEACHING METHODS HELPS THE STUDENT TO LISTEN BETTER. C) IMPROVE SELF ESTEEM THROUGH CULTURAL AWARENESS. THE HISTORY OF DRUMS IS ALL ABOUT AFRICA, ITS PEOPLE AND ITS CULTURE. D) DRUMMING INTEGRATES INTO CURRICULUM GEOGRAPHY, SOCIAL STUDIES, MATH, SCIENCE. E) IMPROVE MUSICIANSHIP. PLAYING A DRUM STRENGTHENS
THE STUDENTS ABILITY TO PLAY ANY OTHERINSTRUMENT.

Jahuba has been teaching drum workshops for more than 40 years. He carefully guides people of all through the art of African Hand Drumming, with special emphasis on sitting and breathing correctly.

 

 

 

 


WORKSHOPS ARE DESIGNED TO
TEACH THE BASIC FUNDAMENTALS. 1. Hand Technique
2. Making the basic sounds
3. Practice exercises
4. Selection of your first drum
5. Learning to play African Rhythms
6. How to Jam (Introduction to the drum circle)