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Corporate and Executive Team Building | Drumming Circles for Business | Drumming Team Building | Drumming Wellness for Business


From small executive retreats to large group events, DRUMMING PATH is your go-to company in the field of team building, wellness, community development, and personal transformation.

Using an evidence-based, outcome-driven approach with diverse groups of varying sizes, let DRUMMING PATH curate a unique, tailored experience to meet the needs of your next event.


Who We Work With

Who We Work With

From Fortune 500 companies to community organizations and healthcare facilities, DRUMMING PATH works with all kinds of groups for a variety of purposes.

  • Corporations and organizations for conferences and team building encouraging camaraderie and stress relief;  

  • Schools for a fun, experiential activity that promotes multicultural learning;

  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities for recreation and therapy encouraging holistic health;

  • Community organizations and groups for festivals and special events facilitating fun and connection.

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Examples of the most common requests for drumming events and drum and rattle-building workshops:

  • Conventions & Meetings: to energize participants and relieve stress, creating team spirit and motivation.

  • Leadership Offsites: to enhance leadership skills and improve the management of human resources.

  • Team-building: to deepen relationships between colleagues and bring groups closer together.

  • Incentive Programs: to create motivation for new projects and strategies.

  • Change Management: to facilitate changes and transformations within an organization.

  • Improving Communication: to encourage greater listening and communication skills between people, creating better relationships within the team.

  • Celebrations: to celebrate the business community's spirit or achievements of objectives and targets.

Getting Started with Corporate Drumming
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Implementing Drumming Circles in Your Organization


To reap the benefits of drumming circles in a corporate setting, consider the following steps:

  1. Identify Objectives: Clearly define what you hope to achieve through drumming circles, whether it's improving communication, reducing stress, or fostering creativity.

  2. Choose the Right Facilitator: A skilled drumming facilitator can make a significant difference in the success of your sessions.

  3. Regular Sessions: Consistency is key. Schedule regular drumming circle sessions to allow employees to reap the long-term benefits.

  4. Evaluate and Adapt: Continuously assess the impact of drumming circles on your organization and be willing to adapt and refine your approach.

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Harvard University

Master's Certification - Corporate Sustainability and Innovation 

Regis University

MS Management 

Southwest Institute of Healing Arts

Shamanic Principles and Pathways Certificate of Excellence

Drumming Sounds

Drum Circle Facilitator Certification

Drum Circle Facilitator​s Guild


Ron McDanel

 - Rhythm Event Facilitator


With over 28 years of professional experience in corporate organizations, Ron understands the external value and the internal pressures of working in these environments. 

On the outside, individuals and teams can experience meaning through the more significant contribution of the organization. At the same time, there can be a real sense of loneliness, hopelessness, and isolation on the inside.


Ron brings his artistic and executive passions together, facilitating team-building sessions and workshops to create an enhanced sense of connection, well-being, mutual support, and community. 


As people bring their whole selves to the workplace, individuals, teams, and organizations improve their contribution with an enhanced understanding of connection.




Phoenix, AZ


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