Why the Drums?
Read about The Amazing Neuroscience of Drummers
Read about The Top Ten Benefits of Learning Drums
Read about How Music Heals the Brain
Why should you start drumming today?
I tell every student that learning the drums means you’re creating new connections in the brain.
A direct quote from the article, The Amazing Neuroscience of Drummers, states, “We found that people with high general intelligence were also more stable on a very simple timing task. We also found that these participants had larger volumes of the white matter in the brain, which contains connections between brain regions.”
Becoming a drummer means you’re actively developing your brain. The growth in various areas of mental and emotional health is tremendous.
“University of Oxford psychologist Robin Dunbar found that the endorphin-filled act of drumming increases positive emotions and leads people to work together in a more cooperative fashion.”
These are all elements of positive learning and development in students of all ages.
In younger people, development is of utmost importance, and the drums are a perfect instrument to improve the areas of the brain necessary for creating those requisite connections.
In adults and older individuals, working your brain like a muscle is important so as to keep it from atrophying. Continuing to form new connections and strengthening old ones is exactly what the brain needs, regardless of age.
Contact Roy today, using the form below, me for more information about starting your journey in drumming.