The Rhythm Village works with Special Needs Schools using music as a medium to bring out the students hidden potential and capabilities.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if teachers have the tools and know-how to use music to teach their students? Music is an effective and fun way to learn.
Creating music as a group has a profound effect on individuals and group dynamics, increasing self confidence and self esteem.
Have you experienced the power of connection when music is created as a collective? It’s fun, engaging and awe inspiring.
Music helps a person multi-focus; on themselves, their neighbour and the whole group.
Music is an outlet for anger, emotional baggage, and stress.
When a smile appears on the face and in the heart, it stays with us.
What better way to bring people together? Music has this power.
Music can be used without realising we are learning, changing and evolving.
In physical dexterity, group dynamics and emotions linked with quality of life.
Music and sound can grab people by the ears and poke fingers in the arm pits.
Our Workshops invite participants to ‘paint their sound’ all over the place.