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August 23, 2017

Fun Play-Along rhythm activities packed with opportunities to reinforce primary color recognition, reading, counting, rhythm development, motor skills, and teamwork!

July 24, 2017

Why should anyone want to engage their body and voice in improvisation? Some educators believe improvisation increases the ability of your mind to form ideas, and express them in a coherent, relevant manner. It encourages flexibility in thinking, which is key to succes...

July 15, 2017

At the intersection between music, sound vibration, movement, mind and body are these activities developed by Opera Singer, Teaching Artist & Rhythm Facilitator Maria Simeone. Without venturing into formal therapy, Maria bridges ideas from Singing, Yoga, Bartenieff, Da...

June 28, 2017

Is stress zapping your energy and well-being? Need a quick & effective pick-me-up? Try this quick stress-busting Flexity Jig Activity for the Remo Drum Table with Comfort Sound Technology and feel your energy restore in just minutes!

There are numerous studies on the be...

November 16, 2016

Would you like to have a treatment plan for your loved one with Autism? After seeing lengthy listings of potential side-effects for medications designed to treat everything from the common cold to heart disease, are you leary of what the side-effects might be for music...

February 16, 2016

Have you ever been to a rhythm-based training and found the drum sounds to be overstimulating?

As much as you appreciate and believe in the concepts and strategies used, its just not accessible to you, or a loved one who might otherwise benefit? Music Therapists at Reso...

January 29, 2016

A BOY COULD NOT SPEAK…

Furious. 

Ranting all morning. 

Havoc on the school house. 

Teeth gritting. Recoiling. Pushing. Pacing. 

The quiet house of Hidden Wings a mayhem. 

I started to drum on the table drum. Softly. Barely audible. 

The boy does not like to drum. I just kept...

November 6, 2015

Weather modification rituals are often associated with Native American tribes of the Southwestern United States. But in this instance, we are speaking of water visualized in the mind, rather than falling from the sky. George Thompson, the Director of Performing Arts at...

October 21, 2015

When you think about the benefits of music, do you think of cognitive skills? If you're a musician you may be personally aware of the benefits to playing music, but cognitive science researchers at Northwestern University believe there may be a correlation between bein...

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