Join the 40 Day MindfulHand Drumming & Movement Challenge
Starting January 24, 2022 you'll embark on a 40 day journey into the ancient healing power of drumming. Release stress, boost your brain power, calm your mind, and have tons of energizing fun!
Welcome to Rhythm Bliss: a Powerful & Holistic Approach to Drumming!
All levels welcome - you don't need a drum or musical experience. Just a heartbeat!
Drumming has been scientifically proven to release stress, and improve cognition and memory! Quiet your mind through rhythm meditation, then "hit the brain gym" when you learn new rhythm patterns and techniques.
Reduce blood pressure, decrease the pain response, and release stress, all while learning how to drum! In this challenge you'll connect deeply with your body through hand drumming, mindful movement, and breath practices.
With each live stream session/replay, you'll come away feeling rejuvenated, with joy in your heart. When you enrol, you'll join a global heart-centred community - hundreds of drummers connecting together through the spirit of the drum!
Drumming can be powerfully helpful and healing in times of stress, anxiety and trauma. I have experienced Alexandra’s teachings first hand. I highly recommend her work to anyone looking to use the enchantment of rhythm for wellness, stress release and healing.
DR. GABOR MATÉ
International Best Selling Author & Trauma Expert
What Current Members Are Saying About Rhythm Bliss:
Inside the 40 Day Rhythm Bliss Challenge
Whether you want to learn a new skill, become a better drummer, connect with a heart centered community, boost your brain power, release stress/anxiety, or have TONS of energizing fun - this 40 Day Challenge is for you! This is a powerful way to set your intentions for 2022.
Mindful hand drumming techniques, and dozens of popular West African, Afro-Cuban and Middle Eastern rhythms (includes instructions on djembe and "lap drum" with frame drum option)
How to use rhythm as a tool for meditation
Mindful movement practices
What Will I Learn?
24 x live stream classes or replays (4 per week!)
Rhythm Meditations and Chants
Weekly Inspiration Videos and Reflection Assignments
- Community connection
- Instructor support
Complete beginners (you don't need a drum!) to experienced drummers interested in receiving optimal health benefits from hand drumming
Yogis, spiritual warriors, or wellness gurus
Anyone who wants to quiet their mind but prefers an active (vs sedentary) meditation practice
Who Is This For?
- Donna Edwards
"I suffer from anxiety and my psychiatrist actually prescribed drumming with Alexandra to me. She makes it so joyful, you feel like you can't make any mistakes. I LOVE it!"
I can't recommend Alexandra highly enough. As well as being a very skilled drummer and rhythm teacher, she goes well beyond the technical aspects of rhythm and drumming and integrates yoga philosophy, meditation, and movement practices. She is the real deal and is completely committed to this work.
International Renowned Percussionist, and "Grandfather" of the Modern Facilitated Drum Circle.
About Alexandra's Teaching Style:
Your Instructor - Alexandra Jai
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.
Alexandra founded Rhythm Bliss to spread joy, serenity, and healing by blending the ancient art of hand drumming with yoga philosophy in a way that's easily accessible and relevant to our hectic, modern lives.
A Word From OurGlobal Community
"Alexandra's love of rhythm and movement is infectious and she is a highly skilled and inspired drum and yoga teacher, with a huge wealth of experience and insight to share. She is open, non-judgmental, passionate and caring."
Founder of Prana Yoga College and Shakti Yoga Centre
"The benefits for me are pure delight and pleasure. I just feel the smile from the inside. Alexandra is so passionate about drumming and yoga. When I'm drumming with her I feel this is it, it doesn't get better than this."
Registered Clinical Counsellor
"Anybody can do it, believe me! I would never have thought of being a drummer, but I can't imagine my life without it. Alexandra is so inspiring. She has energy nobody else has. It's so good for your mind, your heart, and soul."
Retired Flight Attendant
Your Rhythm Journey Awaits! Enroll Today.
The challenge begins on Monday, January 24.
Enrol now and receive instant access to Rhythm Bliss' introductory videos, live stream classes, and on-demand video library - the perfect way to get warmed up for the Challenge!
"If you want a supportive community, relaxing body movement, inspiration and tons of energizing fun, all while learning to drum and get into a meditative rhythm, then this is for you."
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I don't have a drum! Do I need one to use the program? If using a drum, what type of drum works best?
I'm not a musician. I'm not even sure I have "rhythm." Is this for me?
You definitely DO NOT need to be a "musician" and absolutely NO musical experience or ability is required. If you have enough coordination to walk, talk and chew gum at the same time, you have more than enough rhythm for the Rhythm Bliss progam. All the content is organized by rhythmic complexity or "rhythm spice," so that everyone from absolute novices, to more experienced drummers, can find exercises and rhythm meditations to keep them in their "Rhythm Zone" (You'll learn more about that in the course!)
I live in a thin walled apartment with roommates. Will using Rhythm Bliss disturb my neighbours?
This program is not designed for you to play loudly. Playing gently allows you to properly hear the ambient sounds and instructions. We have students who practice in their apartments, on their laps, or with a towel in their drum to muffle the sound and get no complaints. They listen through headphones (which gives them the benefits of Binaural Beats - more on that in the program!) which keeps noise to a minimum.