Beginning Didgeridoo Workshop with Steve Sklar

  • Jun 9, 2012 · 1:00 PM
  • Steve and Johnna's House 612-521-4308
















It's more fun than you ever thought would be possible blowing on a hollow stick.

It feels great and sounds fantastic.

It's great for meditation, sound healing, and making music.

It's a recommended treatment for those with obstructive sleep apnea and snoring.

And you look cool playing it!

The didgeridoo (didjerdidoo, didjeridu, didg, didj, etc.) has its roots in the ancient instrument of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. It is an amazing, great and powerful sounding instrument, useful for music-making, meditation, and sound healing. In addition to being fun and facilitating an enhanced sense of well-being, the didg can provide exercise and massages the internal organs.

Numerous medical and sleep disorder organizations are recommending that playing the didgeridoo (also didjeridoo, didjeridu, didg, didj) can help people with sleep apnea, a common disorder that can have serious health implications, and also some cases of snoring that have a throat component. These include the USA National Institutes of Health and the Mayo Clinic. Please refer to more info.

This beginning workshop will cover basic sounds, techniques, breathing, instrument selection and more.

Please DO NOT wear scents (perfume, colognes, essential oils, etc.) to this event.

Teacher: Steve Sklar

Cost: $30
Remember, to be assured of a space until you must register online or contact us directly!

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