BERLIN — Drums Alive certified instructor Denise Doucette will continue to offer the fitness program held at St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts. New sessions have been added on Wednesday evenings to accommodate more people.
These Wednesday evening sessions started on Feb. 15, and will continue almost weekly on Feb 23, Mar 1, 8, 22 and 29. The Thursday sessions will continue to meet at 9:30 a.m. with the new session starting Feb 23, and continuing on Mar 2, 9, 23, 30 and Apr 6. Both sessions will meet in the community room, located in the basement of the arts center. For $60.00, Doucette will provide the drum sticks, the exercise balls, music and guided instruction. Save $10.00 when you pre-register with full payment by the first class! Participants are required to sign a release of liability prior to participation.
Space is limited to 20 participants. Can’t make all six classes? Feel free to join them on the days that you can at $10.00 per class.
According to a press release submitted by instructor Doucette, the goal of the program is to improve lives through a unique sensory-motor drumming program involving drum sticks, an exercise ball, and music. She goes on to write that Drums Alive is designed to improve the quality of life for a wide variety of audiences; including mentally and physically challenged children; gifted and talented children; fit and healthy children and adults; children and adults with aggression issues; senior citizens; and patients with Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and other life-altering conditions.
As with any exercise program, please check with your health care professional before making the commitment.
For more information about Drums Alive, to purchase a membership or loyalty card or to make a donation to the annual or capital improvement funds, contact the Arts Center at (603) 752-1028. St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts is located at 155 Emery Street in Berlin. You can also find them online at www.stkieranarts.org.
Drums Alive is designed to get you moving and in shape. (COURTESY PHOTO)