Bongo Boy Music School

remo health rhythms

HealthRhythm Sessions: Check Bongo Boy Music School/RMC Google Calendar for updates
Monday Evening – 6-7:00pm
Wednesday Evening – 6:00-7:00pm
Thursday Evening – 6:00-7:00pm  **Private Sessions for small/life groups (Minimum 4, Maximum 10)**
Friday Evening – 6:00-7:00pm  **Private Sessions for small/life groups (Minimum 4, Maximum 10)**

Fee: 
$15/Person

Reservation and Payment:
Deadline for reservations/payment for HealthRhythms Group Empowerment Drumming is 48 hours prior to session
Call BBMS Office:  317-595-9065 Credit Card Payment Only
Business Hours:  M-TH 2:30-9:00pm, SA 9:30am-3:00pm  Closed F/SU
If answering machine picks up leave a message and our office manager will get back with you within 24 hours.

Policies and Procedures: 
Masks required inside RMC. The circle will be set with Social/Physical distance guidelines observed. No refunds, but can reschedule within 30 days if space is available.

Event Location: Bongo Boy Music School - 8481 Bash St. Suite 1100 Indianapolis, IN 46250 (Located in the Castleton Area about .3 miles north of 82nd street on Bash St.)

Contact us: 
Email lisa@bongoboymusic.com or call Lisa at 317-771-0241


Remo Health RHYTHMS
HealthRHYTHMS® is a fun, evidence-based whole person strategy which promotes socialization and ensures a healthy non-strenuous workout. It uses the drum as a tool for communication and personal expression. On a deeper level it enhances well-being from the inside out and promotes support, camaraderie, self-respect and respect for others.

7 Evidence-Based Elements ofHealth RHYTHMS Group Empowerment Drumming

Stress-Reduction

Health RHYTHMS (Group Composite Drumming) strengthened the immune system by increasing Natural Killer (NK) cell activity. (Bittman, Alternative Therapies, 2001) This protocol also reversed multiple components of the human stress response on the genomic level, not just reducing but reversing 19 genetic switches that turn on the stress response believed responsible in the development of common diseases. (Bittman, Medical Science Monitor, 2005)
Regulation
“The only way to move from these super-high anxiety states, to calmer more cognitive states, is rhythm.  Patterned, repetitive rhythmic activity: walking, running, dancing, drumming, repetitive meditative breathing – you use brain stem-related somatosensory networks which make your brain accessible to relational (limbic brain) reward and cortical thinking.” (Dr. Bruce Perry, Aces Connection, 2014)

Brain Health

“Music making offers extensive exercise for brain cells and their synapses (connections). It would be difficult to find another activity that engages so many of the brain’s systems.”(Weinberger, N., 1998)
Exercise
Drumming is an accessible exercise which burns calories and improves mood and may reduce the risk of disease. A Norwegian study of 25,000 women age 20-54 that performed leisure time exercises at least 4 hours/week experienced a 37% reduction in the risk of breast cancer. (Thune, Brenn, Lund, Gaard, 1997)
Self-Expression
Health RHYTHMS empowers people to move beyond their perceived boundaries.
Camaraderie/Connection
A 1992 Duke University Study linked lengthened lifespan with having a close confidant. Health RHYTHMS protocol builds camaraderie and support by creating a safe space where people feel comfortable sharing and offering support.
Emapthy/Respect
Health RHYTHMS protocol creates a level playing field where support of growth and development is encouraged. As equal partners in this process participants often discover inner strength and encouragement by those sharing the experience.
For more information on Health Rhythms: http://www.remo.com/portal/hr/index.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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