Introducing Creative Rhythms

SENSORY MUSIC SESSIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON ZOOM! GROUP MUSIC AND ART SESSIONS WILL START AGAIN IN THE NEW YEAR (SOWERBY BRIDGE & TODMORDEN). FOLLOW US ON TWITTER TO STAY UPDATED! 

Creative Rhythms: Tailor-made, person-centred art, music, nature and sensory sessions to develop, excite and inspire

Wouldn’t it be nice to live a world where people recognise that what unites us is far more important than any ‘dif-ability’* that divides us? Music, nature and the creative arts speak to something deep inside each and every one of us, and promote a great and long-lasting sense of wellbeing and inner peace.

Creative Rhythms offers person-centred, tailor-made art and music sessions along with sensory and intensive interaction time and seasonal outdoor activities to focus on what we all have in common: a love of and deep connection to music, art, nature and the senses. Aside from being tons of fun, sessions can help to develop the following:

  • Sensory skills
  • Spiritual and emotional wellbeing
  • Imagination
  • Reclamation of personal power
  • Potential for holistic development
  • Meaningful opportunities for learning
  • Hand-to-eye co-ordination
  • Individuality
  • Sense of self
  • Learning rhythm and tempo
  • Motor skills
  • Choice-making
  • Communication skills
  • Interaction with others
  • Observation and listening skills
  • Creativity
  • Teamwork
  • Self esteem
  • Sessions are also therapeutic, calming, and inspire happiness

The Creative Rhythms Philosophy is that all people with a ‘dif-ability’ can express themselves and come alive through music, creativity, the senses, alternative communication techniques, and time spent in nature. Find out more by clicking on the ‘FAQs’ tab above.

Our blog posts follow. You can explore them all or quick-jump to a specific post by using the links below:

  • ‘Spiral Tribe’: Creative Rhythms’ accessible sensory allotment: Read here
  • How to make your own musical instruments at home: Read here
  • Inclusive music-making: How Jack made his sister’s wedding day so special: Read here
  • How to start growing your own food in a small or urban space: Read here
  • How to cope – and thrive! – during lockdown: Read here
  • On the ethics of UK abortion laws and discrimination against dif-abled people : Read here
  • How science shows that nature and wellbeing go hand in hand : Read here 

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