German Playshop

After a fantastic nights sleep in the Hotel Aquarius, a shower, meditation and a good breakfast, I was ready for the weekend ahead. Ben and his good friend Stefan met me at the hotel and we headed off to pick up the drums for the program, all provided by Remo through Gewa Drum Circles Trailer... Continue Reading →

My Drum Trek Heroines and Heroes.

Whilst I was swanning around these Islands that we all call home, other folk were busy organising, promoting and finding venues and generally doing sterling work to host a leg of Drum Trek On top of that they would feed and water me and provide a bed for my weary head and an internet connection... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 26

The morning of the last leg I had Breakfast at Wendy's. ( Must be a song in there somewhere)  Good strong coffee too. It's a tough life  on the road. 🙂 After brekky we took a good long walk by the sea and then I was back on the road. 20 mins later I was... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 25

As per the last blog I began my day in Seaford at Jamie Morgan's place.He doesn't live in a beach hut by the way 😉 but it's a nice Seaford shot right? We go back a long way and I have a lot of time and huge respect for him. He is like a brother... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 24

I woke and meditated and was then treated to a lovely breakfast combo by Rachel. Full of goodness. Yogurt, mixed fruits, nuts and honey. Yum yum. We then did a Life Coaching session for an hour looking at the story that has unfolded for me on this Trek and how I might honour this experience,... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 23

After a restful morning breakfast with Alex and Emma (and Ben) I set off for London. Sat Nav said 2.25 hours so I made a wee diversion to Avebury Stone Circle. The main car park had one payment option. Full Day only @ £7. I refused on principle and found a back lane to park... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 22

I left Swansea at midday after a nice chill out with Boyd, Kate and Duffy and headed for Pewsey in Wiltshire and my chance to spend some time with the Miles Clan. Alex,the son, I have met on many an occasion when training with Arthur Hull and his dad Geoff came along once to see... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 21

I left Satch and Susan to head South towards my next destination, Swansea. After stopping for fuel I followed an instinct to move West instead and headed for Machynlleth and then Aberystwyth. I had spent a very happy and formative four years of my life in the early 1980’s living in this part of West... Continue Reading →

DrumTrek Day 19

During the Stainsby festival I met up with an old friend and Headteacher of a Primary school in Derbyshire. I had worked for 4 years at her school, training the kids to be DCF's (Drum Circle Facilitators) on a funded project called Creative Partnerships, some years back. Creative Partnerships was the UK’s flagship creative learning... Continue Reading →

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