28th Oct 2014

Drumming Changes At-Risk Behaviors

Drummers understand the power of being able to beat out a rhythm that defines a certain mood, whether joy, anger or anything in-between. This ability to tap into emotions is one of the core strengths behind drumming programs geared toward at-risk kids, and these programs are seeing results around the world. Youth Today reports that a hand drumming program in Australia is changing the lives of at-risk youth who may be involved in the juvenile justice system or those who have problems with drugs and much more. Read more here: DRUMBEAT Program Provides a Safe Space for Rhythmic Reflection