Thousand Oaks, CA, April 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Pamela Lynn-Seraphine, world percussionist, author and mental health advocate aims to impact lives with the release of her DVD “Neurodrumming, Meditation Therapy for Beginners, Level 1,” designed to help people from all walks of life to alleviate their stress and improve their quality of life through world drumming.
Lynn-Seraphine developed Neurodrumming Meditation Therapy, a rhythmic brain training program, in 2010 after she injured her rotator cuff and was forced to stop performing. After returning to school and delving into neuroscience, she uncovered techniques that provided a means to her own sanity and a way to help others.
She shares her therapeutic drumming curriculum in the 2-disc, 170-minute DVD, explaining how the rhythmic mantras (repetitive rhythmic phrases) she teaches can alleviate anxiety and other symptoms of stress.
“Anyone can benefit from this type of drum therapy,” Lynn-Seraphine says. “All you need is a hand drum and the willingness to try.”
Lynn-Seraphine stresses that Neurodrumming has nothing to do with being a professional musician, explaining it is a contemplative practice which she describes as a tangible way to enhance practical skills such as focused concentration, mindfulness and self-regulation.
According to the Director of the Institute of Contemplative Education, Dr. Jared Kass, “Contemplative practice is an experiential mode of learning and self-inquiry.”
Lynn-Seraphine’s own life is proof. Her own injuries were healed by the low impact work-out when she was told they would never repair.
“The contemplative practice of drumming is a viable way to reduce suffering, and enhance mental health and wellness across the globe,” she asserts.
“Neurodrumming is an accessible option for those wanting to experience what drumming has to offer. All you need to do is give it a try, and let the results speak for themselves.”
Lynn-Seraphine will be releasing her DVD through Global Reach Media, LLC and will be debuting her program at the 22nd Annual World Rhythm Festival in Seattle, April 17-19, 2015.
For more information visit: www.neurodrumming.com