The PASIC - Drum Circle Facilitation Workshop is a 5-hour workshop providing facilitators at any level, beginning to advance, the opportunity to learn from a world-renowned drum circle facilitator on how to enhance their facilitation skills. The workshop will prepare the participants to work with corporate, community, and therapeutic groups of all sizes, while giving them the drumming, leadership, and communication skills needed to facilitate motivating, interactive drum circles.
If you are planning to attend only the workshop please use the email or phone option: Register by phone: 317.974.4488 Register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Register On-site
Registration for PASIC is required in order to use the online option for this workshop.
Cameron Tummel is globally renowned as a stress relief specialist, composer, teacher, and recording artist. Mr. Tummel has hosted interactive musical events for more than 400,000 participants, and received tremendous acclaim by colleges, universities, professional organizations, schools and communities throughout America and abroad.
Tummel's professional training included thirteen years with master facilitator trainer Arthur Hull, and a nine-year apprenticeship with grand master drummer Abdoulaye Diakite. His background also includes nineteen years of academic and musical study of the rhythms and cultures of West Africa, and three drum sabbaticals to Senegal.
Cameron began studying hand drumming and hand percussion in 1990 with teachers Babatunde Olatunji and Arthur Hull. He has studied with dozens of drum teachers from Senegal, Guinea, Nigeria, the Congo, Cuba, Brazil, and the United States, and is currently studying with Senegalese master drummer Malik Sow.
When in residence at his home in Santa Barbara, California, Cameron teaches drum classes on Sunday afternoons. He also enjoys hiking, writing, composing, and surfing whenever possible.