Our new community building, The Hub, is hosting free cardio drumming workshops for children and adults in February and March.
Cardio drumming is a unique and fun way of exercising and increasing your stamina, motivation and focus. The workshops are free for residents from Foxhill, Mulberry Park and Combe Down.
What is cardio drumming?
Cardio drumming takes a simple movement (drumming) and turns it into a full-body workout that leaves you smiling, sweating and feeling great. Studies show that when you enjoy a workout you’re more likely to do it again and make it part of a routine.
What happens at a cardio drumming workshop?
Each workshop includes rhythm, exercise and relaxation.
Cardio drumming is suitable for everyone, you’ll learn rhythms and exercise at a level appropriate to your fitness.
The workshop starts with a warm up and then different rhythms and movements. This is followed by a High Intensity Training session of one minute intervals of intensive drumming at a pace that is comfortable yet challenging with varying levels of rhythm exercises.
Studies show that High Intensity Training increases cardiovascular fitness and promotes healthy blood glucose levels.
Benefits of cardio drumming
- You'll feel healthier, happier, energised and invigorated
- It's fun learning new skills and rhythms
- It will increase your stamina, motivation and focus
- It reduces stress
- Cardio drumming also improves circulation, boosts immune system and reduces illness
Cardio drumming at The Hub
The free workshops are held at The Hub, Curo’s new community building in Mulberry Park, and hosted by percussionist and award winning facilitator Paul Midgley from Twin Wave.
The workshops are funded by Curo through our Community Chest Grant scheme. The Community Chest provides grants to support initiatives that make a positive contribution to neighbourhoods where we work.
Sunday 10 February, 10am to 12pm
Taster workshop for adults and children
Register for Sunday 10 February taster workshop
Email email@example.com for more information about the free workshops at The Hub.