Positive RePercussions

Empowering Lives Through Music & Rhythm



Welcome to Positive RePercussions


At Positive RePercussions, we believe that music should be not only valued as a form of entertainment, but also as vehicle for positive change achieving specific measurable outcomes in the lives of individuals and groups. Today’s world has a need for innovative programs to help us respect differences while encouraging collaboration allowing us to work together at a greater potential, and to create a healthy balance in our personal lives. Positive RePercussions uses drumming and rhythm because drums are the most accessible of musical instruments.

Everyone can drum!


Group therapeutic drumming adds a key component; community. Drumming as a community produces a collaborative creative experience that has existed since the earliest civilizations gathered, drumming, dancing and chanting for ceremony, celebration and healing. This ancient form of collaborative and individual expression has been passed on for generations, and in recently documented studies has been shown to improve overall health and wellbeing. Positive RePercussions' programs are designed to create a musically accessible culture, where musical expression is seen as a tool for personal development.

We delivery high-quality, interactive, rhythm-based events for corporate, clinical, and educational settings. Serving the Greater Nashville and Middle Tennessee areas, Positive RePercussions can deliver a keynote, presentation, seminar, or workshop at the site of your choice—indoors or out.

Positive RePercussions' rhythm-based events leverage the synergy of one of the earliest forms of communication—DRUMMING! Our interactive rhythm-based events are not about learning to play drums or acquiring musical technique. Instead, they are an exercise in the power of non-verbal communication to empower your team to discover its potential in a non-threatening environment that encourages cooperation, communication, and wellness through creative expression.


PROGRAMS FOR:
Addiction Recovery
Altzheimer's Care
Anger Management
Autistic Spectrum
At-Risk Youth
Bullying
Cancer Support
Conflict Resolution
Depression
Employee Retention
Leadership Skills
Physical Rehabilitation
Social Skills
Special Needs
Stress Management
Stroke Rehabilitation
Team-Building
Traumatic Brain Injury
Wellness
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Alan Leshner, MD
“Addiction should be understood as a chronic recurring illness that requires treatment.” 
– Alan Leshner, MD,
National Institute on Drug Abuse at NIH

Remo Belli, Founder & CEO, Remo Inc.
"It's time to stop thinking of the drum as just a musical instrument. Start thinking of it as a unifying tool for every family, a wellness tool for every retiree, and an educational tool for every classroom."
Remo Belli,
Founder & CEO
Remo Inc.

Alicia Clair, PhD, MT-BC
"Customarily people have interpreted good health as the absence of illness or disease, but more recently wellness has come to a new meaning, feeling as good as one can feel regardless of diagnosis." 

—Alicia Clair, PhD, MT-BC
Professor and the Director of Music Therapy
The University of Kansas, 

Alicia Clair, PhD, MT-BC
"This new interpretation of wellness is reflected in a shift from medical professional control and management to individuals' assumed responsibility for 'feeling good.' It is broadly understood that 'being well' results from engagement in activities that lead to and maintain health." 

—Alicia Clair, PhD, MT-BC
Professor and the Director of Music Therapy
The University of Kansas, 

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“Workplace stress costs the nation more than $300 billion each year in health care and missed work.” 65% of workers said that workplace stress had caused difficulties and more than 10% described these as having major effects.
–The New York Times


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Positive RePercussions • Nashville, TN • (615) 669-3786

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