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DNA Rhythms is not about drums. Drums are our tools.

 

DNA Rhythms is about connecting people and transforming your organization into a strong community that learns and grows together.

 

The majority of our time is spent with people we work with.  Our cultural concept of community has grown from our neighbourhood to our work environment.  The people that surround us on a day-to-day basis become part of determining our overall joy, creativity and support as unique individuals. For better or worse, this is now a fact.

 

In any organization, its overall health is determined by the condition of the parts that make up the whole. If the people you employ feel stressed, under-appreciated and in conflict with co-workers or management, your company will suffer.

 

·       Wellness means feeling alive and healthy. 

·       Wellness includes having your needs heard and effectively listening to those around you. 

·       Wellness is honest, direct communication. 

·       Feeling alive and healthy automatically inspires an individual to give more and be more.

 

Corporate wellness means the people you work with feel alive, passionate, listened to and appreciated for the gifts that they offer to your organization. Does your organization foster this kind of environment?  Are there communication struggles between management and staff?

 

DNA Rhythms offers an evidence-based wellness protocol that has been proven effective in reducing employee burn-out, relieving stress and improving long term communications between co-workers. The protocol utilizes non-verbal and verbal communication techniques in order to achieve the desired outcome.

 

Using drums and percussion as tools, people feel free to express themselves without using words which in turn helps relieve the feelings that have been causing stress or isolation.

 

Once again, this program is not about drums. DNA Rhythms is about connecting people and transforming your organization into a strong community that learns and grows together.

 

No previous musical ability is necessary.

Posted April 16th, 2014

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