LEARN TO REDUCE STRESS AND RESTORE BALANCE EASILY AND JOYFULLY WITH RHYTHM BLISS - RHYTHM & MOVEMENT MEDITATION™
Access the Ancient Healing Power of Mindful Hand Drumming for Optimal Health. No drum or musical experience needed - ALL YOU NEED IS A BEATING HEART!WATCH OUR SHORT RHYTHM BLISS OVERVIEW VIDEO
By enrolling today, you will get access to our growing collection of over 90 videos and dozens of hours of online Mindful Hand Drumming, movement and meditation. You will receive our Getting Started with Rhythm Bliss course, Instruction in Hand Drumming Technique (contains both lap and hand drum option), as well as the Shamanic Rhythm Kriya (Guided and Unguided Visual and Auditory Rhythm Jams and Journeys, Zen of Practice Play-alongs, Rhythm Variations and Rudiments to practice with, and an Energizing Movement Practice, all designed to energize the body and calm the mind).
See TESTIMONIALS FROM MEMBERS OF THE RHYTHM BLISS COMMUNITY and read the answers to your FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
Membership in our Rhythm Bliss Community also gets you access to our archive of our growing library of pre-recorded live mindful hand drumming classes, deals on our Rhythm Bliss Retreats and much more. New content is added regularly.
NO DRUM OR MUSICAL EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. All You Need is a Heartbeat!
Hailing from Santiago, Chile, Alexandra Jai is a hand drumming and yoga teacher, rhythm facilitator, accompanist and performer with over 30 years of experience. Following a transformative and deeply healing drumming immersion with Nigerian Master Drummer Olatunji Babatunde in her late teens, she plunged heart-first into the study of world percussion and rhythm culture. A lifelong student of rhythm and movement, Alexandra Jai studied traditional African, Afro-Cuban, Indian and Middle Eastern Hand Drumming from master drummers across the globe. She is the founder of Rhythm Bliss Studio (formerly Drum Mama Studios), a centre for Rhythm and Movement Meditation serving Vancouver, BC since 2003. Alexandra Jai has created Rhythm Bliss Online to spread joy, serenity and healing by blending the ancient art of hand drumming with yoga philosophy in a way that is easily accessible and relevant to our hectic, modern lives.