753 North Main St (corner of Main and 4th)
Saturday, Sept 29th & Saturday Oct 27th 1pm-3pm (Rm F6)

In this workshop — loosen up, drop any concerns or worries — connect with everyone at heart through fun, cooperative drumming with Frame Drums (provided). Anyone can participate and have fun; no experience drumming is needed.

From this place of unity and fun, the experiential teachings unfold.


* Learn one, simple, aboriginal (non-western) drum pattern which will be the foundation for our energetics of drumming creativity. This form also is the root to uncovering the bodies balanced, holistic way of experiencing the true rhythm of the heart through simple walking.

* Discover how these core patterns can be powerfully applied to experiences of mindful breathing/mindful walking — a practice called “Breathwalking”.

*Receive print materials to help you in your new practice;
two MP3 rhythm tracks will be available for download.

The over-arching purpose of this workshop is to have rhythmical fun and connect at heart with others naturally–while providing practical tools for generating a strong foundation of peacefulness within while building greater resiliency. With deeper peacefulness and greater resiliency we can more effectively shine our own light brightly — generating happiness and practicing love.

The world needs us all now–to step up and in our own unique ways participate in its positive, life-enhancing evolution. Would you agree?

$15 at the door. Under age twelve–$10. Five and under–free.
Pre-registration highly suggested. Call Lansing at 607-279-6314.
Make inquiries at
Class: Up to 15 persons.

Meets at Cottonwood Old Town Plaza, AKA Healing Arts Center

Rm F6 ~ Park in back lot; once entering building, follow signs.

** Frame Drums will be provided; bring your own if you wish. Bring water **


(corner of Main and 4th St.)
Saturday, July 28th 12:30-2 (Rm F6)

Heart Song Drumming is hosting a WATER focused Group Empowerment Drumming Event for ALL ages: DRUM FOR WATER. Together, through improvisational, rhythmical expression we will send our Love and Appreciation to WATER, to the life force of water in our own bodies, and to water all around the Earth. We will create as we go, with drumming statements and vocals.

Water from the Verde River and from the three ponds at Dead Horse State park will be central to our circle. In this event it will continue with the format which evolved spontaneously at the Drum For Water event in Sedona in April.
The circle will be primarily a circle of women, with men in a supportive role.

Attendees are invited to bring water from home or from any source. At the conclusion of the event, we’ll return the “blessed waters” to their respective homes, as positive seeds to grow.

Water everywhere so needs us humans to step up, stand up at this time. To be stewards with conviction. We can help by singing out with our rhythmical spirits, joining together powerfully.

Frame drums and some djembes will be available to share. Bring you own, if you wish.

Love donations appreciated.


A Drum Circle Celebrating Community
for All Ages (5-105)Intergenerational

Thursday May 31st, 7:00-8:30 pm
The Sedona Community Center
2615 Melody Lane
Sedona AZ

Our purpose is to Celebrate Community through bringing together children, families, friends, and seniors–All Ages, everyone — to freely express, be creative and support one another, building bridges of understanding, and generating peacefulness and happiness within.

In this Group Drumming event, choose from an eclectic array of percussion from around the world— A ten-person Gathering Drum, African Djembes, Native American Frame drums, Bongos and more. Meet “Grandmother” frog and her grandbaby, a duet of beautiful croaking voices from Vietnam. Engage with “Shaker” voices from Central and South America and from Africa. Play finger cymbals (Tingsha) from Tibet. Grasshoppers from Pakistan and Thailand.

Everyone will have an instrument to play. Bring your own percussion, if you’d like.

This Intergenerational Drumming event is the first of an ongoing series to be offered monthly on a designated day and time at The Sedona Community Center. Stay tuned!

10$ at the door for adults ~ 5$ for children under 12
20$ max per family


DRUM FOR WATER: A Community Drum Circle
to benefit Charity Water ~

Saturday, April 14th ~ 10:30-11:30 am
The Sedona Community Center
2615 Melody Lane, Sedona, AZ

$5 per person at the door ~ Maximum of $20 per family
Larger donations much appreciated.
This Community Drum Circle event is Family Focused and for ALL AGES.

Charity Water is committed to meeting the needs of those in developing countries who are without safe, clean drinking water. 100% of donations go directly to fund community-owned water projects. At this time, Charity Water has helped over 7 million people. There are over 600 million who still need help.

This GROUP EMPOWERMENT DRUMMING Experience is fun and engaging. No prior music or drumming experience is need. All percussion will be provided. Everyone will have an instrument to play.

HAVE FUN playing Rhythm Instruments from Around the World!
Native American Frame Drums, African Drums and much more!
Bring your own percussion instrument, if you’d like.

Let’s come together and DRUM FOR WATER!

Hope to see you there. Please help us help Charity Water
in their mission. Help by getting the word out. Thank you.

Directions: From Rt 89A in West Sedona, turn at Harmony Drive.
Take the first right onto Melody Lane. The Center is on the immediate
corner, on right. Look for the water-blue balloons!