Rhythm & Drumming Programs
Private Drum Lessons
Group Drumming Classes
Team Building Workshops
Parent/child & Couples "Drum-Talk" Sessions
Body Percussion Classes
Karin is a performing percussionist, drum circle facilitator drumming and body percussion instructor working professionally with the public for the last 10 years. She teaches workshops for preschool through high school students, adult classes, corporate team building, early childhood educators, school teachers, youth groups, elderly & special needs students, rights of passage and ceremonial gatherings. Her classes are fun, inspiring and beginner friendly.
CLIENTS & COLLABORATORS
Creatively United for the Planet, Alex Aiken Elementary School, Evergreen Independent School, Maple Bay Elementary School, Camosun College, Cowichan Lodge, Quamichan Elementary School, Sunrise Waldorf School, Island Oak High School, Queen Margaret's School, Cowichan Tribes, Duncan Daze, Clements Centre, Girl Guides, Cowichan Intercultural Society, The Community Farm Store, Eagle Arts, Gorgeous Coffee, Kiwanis Pavilion, BC Home Learners and more.
“When people gather to drum, the world is a better place!”
~ Babatudi Olatunji
What a great facilitator/teacher you are. You inspire us all with new rhythms and new ways of feeling and hearing the rhythms. The vocal exercise last week actually had me seeing the rhythms inside my head, like gentle flames of energy moving around my body. It is a joy for us to be there. ~ Heather
Karin, I wanted to let you know that my son and I really enjoyed the drumming circle. It was fun, creative and educational. Thanks so much. Hope to see you again sometime. ~ Susan
Brilliant class yesterday! I liked the combo of drumming, rhythm, voice and I'm looking forward to the next one, too. ~ Iris
Had a great time tonight. It’s the vibrations… that’s the feeling you take away…body and soul is vibrating with the rhythms by the end of the class. And you just want more. It’s a great feeling! ~ Carmel
Thank you again. You are the epitome of expressing “the music that dances within us.”
Thank you for yesterday's workshop. It encompassed every word that each of us spoke in what we hoped to get out of it. That was my first experience, and feel that the circle is my best way of learning. Please keep me informed so that I may do more in the future.~ Mary
The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.
The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division