MRM – Music, Rhythm, Movement Facilitator Training
Date(s) - Aug-25-2018 - Aug-26-2018
Starting at 9:30 AM
Santa Cruz, CA - Soquel - CA - United States
Tapping into your creative GENIUS
Music, Rhythm, Movement
About this “Music for People” Workshop/Facilitator Training:
This program focuses upon experiential music making activities that encourage participants to rekindle their own sense of wonder and creativity, which in turn inspires and empowers others that they may facilitate or make music with. This innovative and creative approach to spontaneous and in the moment music making can offer new musical possibilities and pathways for self-expression, self-awareness, communication, and inspiration for all.
This Workshop/Training is especially great for:
Music Educators, Drum Circle Facilitators, all levels and genres of musicians, Classroom Teachers, Music Together Teachers, Occupational and Music Therapists, and anyone who loves to create music and wants to explore and expand their own creative potential and facilitate others to do the same!
Date Sat. Aug 25 & Sun. Aug 26, 2018 (9:30am – 5:30pm)
Location Main Street Elementary School, 3400 North Main Street, Soquel, CA 95073
Cost 2 Day Facilitator Training $185 ($160 for MFP/Orff/DCF/MT members)
Single day option: $95 ($85 for MFP/Orff/DCF/MT members)
Registration: Contact Mary Knysh (firstname.lastname@example.org) or go to Register Online: http://www.rhythmicconnections.com/productsregistration.html#!/WorkshopRegistration/c/13258815/offset=0&sort=normal
During this workshop/training you will learn an approach to music making that will transform the way you, and those you work with, explore and create music.
LISTEN: We tune in to each other and warm up with simple and fun rhythmic activities
CONNECT: Fun and interactive openings get the group working and thinking together
COMMUNICATE: Explore music as a form of non-verbal communication
COLLABORATE/CREATE: Lots of experimentation with rhythm, melody and harmony
INSPIRE: We expand the possibilities and share our musical improvisations and ideas
TRANSFORM: We reflect, observe and learn from our experiences
REFLECT/DEBRIEF: We put our new skills into action in our music and professional lives