Traditional Indigenous Drumming Education Program

Connect, Heal, and Learn through the Power of Drumming

Weekly, Wednesdays at 4:00 PM

About the Program

In every beat of a drum, there is a pulse of life, a heartbeat of a community. The Men of the North are proud to offer a weekly Traditional Indigenous Drumming Education Program aimed at fostering community engagement, spiritual awakening, and cultural preservation. Hosted in the heart of La Ronge, SK, this program serves as an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to connect with Indigenous traditions and their own spiritual core.

Why Drumming?

Drumming is more than just rhythm; it’s a profound method of communication, a form of prayer, and a gateway to deeper emotional and spiritual experiences. By participating, you are not only learning to drum but also tapping into an ancient tradition that strengthens community bonds, cultivates self-awareness, and contributes to mental and emotional well-being.

What to Expect

Each weekly session begins promptly at 4:00 PM and provides a welcoming, respectful space for learning and growth. No prior drumming experience is needed—only an open mind and a willing heart.

  • Lesson Structure: Lessons include an introduction to traditional drumming techniques, history and the cultural significance behind each pattern, and communal drumming circles.
  • Location: The sessions are held in a designated area that is culturally respectful and provides a conducive environment for learning and reflection.

How to Join

  • When: Weekly, every Wednesday at 4:00 PM
  • Where: La Ronge, SK

To join us or for more information, please feel free to reach out. We encourage participants of all ages and backgrounds to be a part of this enriching experience.

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