Watford Drum Lessons
Next FREE Taster Sessions are on Saturday 24th November for 7 to 12 year olds to get further info email@example.com
Fantastic Yamaha Drum Lessons
The Yamaha Drum Encounters course is for anyone interested in playing the drums.
Drum Encounters is a fun and innovative way to learn and play drums, designed to take the student to an advanced level. Open to anyone from the age of seven, Drum Encounters is ideal for those seriously considering a musical career and also for those who just want to relieve stress that’s built up over the day!
Taught in groups of up to 8 students, Drum Encounters offers a unique way to learn. Nothing matches the exhilaration of eight people drumming simultaneously! The course combines the best elements of traditional one-on-one drum lessons with a creative, modern approach, resulting in unrivaled quality of teaching. As a member of Drum Encounters, you’ll learn to play in a state of the art Yamaha drum studio, using the best Yamaha drums and practice pads. For those who don’t have a kit at home, Drum Encounters will be the highlight of the week! It’ll give you all the skills you need to bring the beat to your band!
Who can take part?
- Children from 7 years upwards, teenagers and adults
- Beginners to experienced
Our Drum Lessons are designed to teach you all the necessary tools required to become a complete player.Whether you want to Tour The World or play for fun Music Gym will help you attain your goals in our teaching studios.
We offer Group and Individual Lessons on Monday, Thursday and Saturday every week. More days coming call for details
We teach ages 6 up in Individual Lessons and ages 7 up in Group Lessons.
Adult Drum Lessons
We offer Individual Lessons for Adults too.
Free Taster for kids
We have a limited number of Free Taster for kids aged 7 to 12 in Group Lessons. There is limited availability so contact us now.
Drums are great fun to learn to play, they are a great stress reliever too.
A host of studies show that drumming can relieve stress, lower blood pressure and strengthen the immune systems of those who play. Extended periods of drumming release endorphins and enkephalins, neurotransmitters that act as natural painkillers and mood enhancers. In short, your body signals to you what your neighbors won’t — keep drumming.
“This is the ‘high’ that many drummers feel even hours after playing,” Asif Kahn, a board-certified internist and avid drummer, wrote in the publication Modern Drummer. “It translates to reducing our systolic and diastolic pressures and also to reducing or smoothing out our heartbeat.” Reducing one’s blood pressure can benefit heart health, which can reduce the likelihood of heart attacks, strokes and breakdowns in the immune system.
According to Michael Drake, author of several books on the therapeutic value of the drumming, the fact that playing drums requires a great degree physical exertion as well as a deep focus on almost every limb and muscle in the body, encourages more emotional release and stress relief than instruments that only require the mental bandwidth of the hands and fingers. That means guitarists and pianists don’t get nearly the same rush.
Terms & Conditions for Free Taster Lesson