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Enter the Circle: Drumming, Singing and Rhythmic Chant with Ann Teed

as part of The Art of Wellness series at Bethel Woods
  • April 6th 2022 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Event Gallery
  • $15; must be purchased in advance

March 17 Update: 

Due to extenuating circumstances, this class has been rescheduled. If you have a ticket, please note the following options:

+ If you would like to attend the make-up date on Wednesday, April 6 - you do not need to do anything! Your ticket will be valid.

+ If you would like to attend the final class in this series (Sound Healing with Marc Switko on March 23), please email

+ If you are unable to attend a make-up class or remaining class and would like a refund, please email

Thank you & stay safe!

Get ready to make some noise!

Invite creativity and connection to yourself and others with a community drum circle at Bethel Woods facilitated by musician Ann Teed.

Drumming is known to be a cathartic experience that promotes positive feelings of well-being and release of physical and emotional tension. All you need are your hands and an open heart for this workshop.

Please be aware that we will be conducting temperature checks at the door and ask that you keep your mask on throughout the duration of this session. 

About The Instructor

Ann Teed is a doctoral student at Columbia University focusing on Expressive and Holistic Arts Education. For the past 10 years, she has been a professor at Adelphi University, LI, NY.  In 2019, Ann created her woodland arts retreat, Dancing Willow Arts where she creates, teaches and focuses on joyful and meaningful art making. For more information visit:

About The Series:

Our Winter Wellness series offers the community weekly opportunities at the start of the new year to connect safely with others around themes of new beginnings, self-care, health and wellness. Classes vary from expressive arts activities that promote a flow of creative energy to mind-body practices to warm the body and spirit such as yoga, dance, and sound healing. Classes are facilitated by rotating guest artists and wellness practitioners from the local area.