Drumming Out Your Grief with Josh Robinson Drums
September 20, 2021 at 7:00 PM EST
Join GrieveWell for a unique online workshop, "Drumming Out Your Grief,"
where attendees will explore creative expression and emotional
release with Josh Robinson Drums.
Drumming can be used as a tool to teach many life and coping skills.
You can use anything to drum on (bins, buckets, bowls, mousepad)
and drum with (pencils, wooden spoons, or chopsticks).
No experience or special equipment is needed!
Pre-registration is required to receive the program link.
Sign up at www.grievewell.com/calendar
Join in on September 20, 2021 at 7:00 PM EST, to explore this method
of creative healing in a safe space.
Fionalees - Rise Again
Fionalees wrote "Rise Again" on 17 April 2020, the day her brother
Carlos Alberto Antonio Campbell died suddenly.
Proceeds of sales will go to Cruse Bereavement Care.
Click the affiliate link to purchase the song for just $1.29:
Follow Fionaless on Instagram at @fionaleesmusic
Bailee Rainwater is a songwriter based in Nashville, TN.
On 11 Nov 2020 she released a touching song called
‘Christmastime (Wish You Were Here)’ that's about grieving
and missing loved ones during the holidays.
It's a magical piece of music that will touch the heart
of anyone missing someone special.
Click the link to purchase the song for just $0.99:
Christmastime (Wish You You Were Here)
Follow Bailee on Instagram at @baileerainwater
Loss & Living: Drum Your Grief with Vivianne LaRivière Online Class
July 25, 2020 from 9:30 - 11:30 AM (EST)
Drumming is music for the soul, and is also a practice that may help us process our grief. Learning how to acknowledge, recognize—and even embrace—our grief allows us to start rebuilding our lives around our loss,”
says Judy Coffin, program coordinator of ORA Lose & Living Program.
Drumming is one approach that gathers us in, without the need to talk, or
find words that are at times, so difficult to express. We can simply ‘be’ with the drum.
Facilitator, Dr. Vivianne LaRivière, considers the drum an instrument of peace, and drumming
as a spiritual and sacred practice. Drumming frees the minds, moves the body, is used at times
in prayer and/or meditation and is symbolic of the universal heartbeat! She believes the
energy of the drum can help us connect with our healing power, as it helps us get in touch
with our emotions at a very deep level. Drumming our grief is a way of processing our
grief by ourselves, and with others.
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Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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