When: Second Saturdays from 7-8:30pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. Each month’s circle will focus on working through whatever theme is up on the planet or with the group. Check the calendar for dates, and in case of inclement weather, please check our home page. Upcoming dates: February 11th, March 11th, April 8th and May 13th, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, November 11 and December 9.
Where: Parastudy, 354 Valleybrook Rd, Chester Heights, PA 19017. Off Baltimore Pk (rt 1) between Glen Mills and Media.
Who: EVERYONE is welcome, no experience is necessary.
What to bring: A drum if you have one...Susan will have plenty of drums to share (see pic above). Some people like to bring a small object (stone, jewelry, etc) to infuse with energy from the circle. You may want to bring some water, or some cash to purchase some at Parastudy.
Energy Exchange: Members of Parastudy: $15 For Non-Members: $20
You MUST show your CURRENT PARASTUDY membership card in order to receive the "Member Price" for event, this is double checked with our records for online payments. Being a member of our Meetup group does not mean you are a member of Parastudy.
Drum Circles with Susan
Play time with a purpose!
Allow the power of percussion to fill and surround you, nurturing you and connecting you to the potency of Mother Earth. No drumming experience is necessary to join the circle, and Susan has plenty of extra drums and other instruments to share if you have none of your own.
Come out and play!
Bring a friend, the more the merrier…literally!
Drum Circle Facilitator: Susan Hart, LMT, RM, CMCP has been drumming since 2001 after attending her first circle, and was hooked instantly by the joyous energy. A few months later she was guided to play a frame drum over a massage client during their bodywork session; learning the resonance of the drum could instantly calm anxiety, ground energy, clear density and more! Since then Susan has accumulated a variety different types of drums and other instruments. Looking for drum circles and not finding any locally, Susan trained with Jim Donovan (of Rusted Root fame) so she could lead her own circles and have the opportunity to play and share the joy of drumming with others.