Drum for Life

Enjoying the drum for life program.

For those feeling the aftershock of the Covid-19 lockdowns in body and spirit, needing a lift and tired of the same old, same old Sue the “Here’s to Life Manaager” might have the solution.

Sue believes the program on offer could help with weight loss, fitness, having more me time and doing something different and fun.

Here’s to Life is a Not-for-Profit Organisation that offers drumming classes through the Drum for Life program specifically tailored for men and women aged 40 plus.

Sue says she is inspired every week from the members with some members being in their 80’s.

“Yes in their 80’s,” she said.

“Inspiration most certainly.

“Did you know that drumming stimulates the mind, body and soul?

“Drumming is helpful in relieving stress and improving physical and mental well-being plus increasing your cognitive strengths. “Drumming can improve your self-esteem and generally give you a more positive outlook on life.

The Drum for Life program targets fun, friendship and fitness.”

Absolutely no drumming experience is necessary – classes cater for beginners who ‘always wanted to play the Djembe but never did’, to those who ‘used to drum and would like to get back into it’.

For those who are game, there is even performance opportunities within the Redlands’ community.

Classes are offered every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1pm with a fundamentals class (for beginners from 10:15am – 11:15am). They will provide the African Djembes for you.

Simply go to www.herestolife.org.au to see the many more benefits of being a part of the H2L Family or call Sue on 0407 154 993 and book now for your FREE lesson.

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