Drum Training Programs

Drum-Circle Facilitator Training– One Day Introduction

Join us for this introduction to the VMC Drum-Circle Facilitator Training Method used to build and empower community across the world

Time, Date and Location

Saturday, June 15th, 9am until 4.00pm

Location and Venue

Flourish – Newcastle

627 Hunter Street Newcastle NSW 2300


 Only $70 – (Usually $195 – Special One-Time Offer)

This workshop will be co-faciliated by Simon Faulkner (creator of the DRUMBEAT and RHYTHM2RECOVERY programs and Benjie Williams EARTHEN RHYTHMS.


This is a one-day introduction to drum-circle facilitation based on the community empowerment model pioneered by Arthur Hull of Village Music Circles and used to support, connect and uplift communities across the world. This training is for community musicians, educators, therapists and others wanting to use music to connect and support people using rhythmic music. No prior musical experience is required.

Participants will learn the theory and techniques to guide people through this process and fulfill their musical potential in a safe way. During this course trainees will have regular opportunities to practice the basic techniques of facilitation, and receive feedback. Small group break-out sessions allow for more intimate skill development before participants get to test their skills on the full circle.

Who is this for?

  • Teachers
  • Music Teachers
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Therapists
  • Psychologists
  • NLP practitioners
  • Drumming Enthusiasts
  • Musicians
  • Preschool Teachers
  • Primary School Teachers
  • High School Teachers
  • African Drum Teachers
  • DRUMBEAT Facilitators
  • NDIS Service Providers
  • Music Theapists

Register Here

Register Here – http://www.earthenrhythms.org/product-category/training/

For Further Information

Find out more about more about:

Simon Faulkner and Rhythms2Recovery

More about Drum Circle Facilitation

Find out more about Arthur Hull, Village Music Circles and his legacy

Find out more about Benjie Williams and Earthen Rhythms