Each of the body’s seven chakras is sensitive to particular tempos and sounds. Rhythms of the Chakras is a tour through these physical energy centers with Grammy Award winning percussionist and composer Glen Velez. These seven evocative drumming compositions are precisely tuned to evoke spontaneous movements and sensations to help focus mental energy on all of the chakras. An excellent choice for hatha yoga, therapeutic dance, and energy-based bodywork.
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Each of the body's seven chakras is sensitive to particular tempos and sounds. Rhythms of the Chakras is a rhythmic tour through these physical energy centers with percussionist and composer Glen Velez. These seven intricate, irresistible drumming compositions evoke spontaneous movements and sensations that help focus mental energy -- and healing -- on all of the chakras. Listeners chant along with vocalizations based on specific vowel sounds that are designed to increase the healing power of the resonating drums. Physically energizing and musically satisfying, Rhythms of the Chakras is a one-of-a-kind offering that articulates the dynamics of healing through the hands of a master musician.About the Author:
Glen Velez is an internationally recognized master drummer, composer, scholar, and teacher who has merged his background in Western percussion with the study of frame drum performance styles. In creating his own music, he draws on drumming techniques from South India, Asia, Egypt, and elsewhere. Nine albums of his original music are available, along with several instructional videos. Glen Velez developed and teaches the Handance system of frame drumming, which integrates rhythm, movement, and vocalization for mental and physical toning. A member of the Paul Winter Consort from 1983 to 1998, he has also recorded with Steve Reich, Pat Metheny, Suzanne Vega, Richard Stoltzman, and others on various major record labels.
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