Therapeutic Drumming Network – Health and Drumming Study

“In a recent study by the Royal College of Music in London, England, researches found measurable improvements in levels of anxiety, depression, social resilience and inflammatory immune response…

The drumming sessions included drumming instruction and basic rhythms, eventually leading to a culmination performance. Participants also improvised music and engaged in referential music making, creating music to emulate the sounds of water, the study states…

Benefits lasted for at least three months after the study was completed, making the results even more compelling with regard to the use of therapeutic drumming as a possible healthcare intervention for certain populations.”

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