HUMANS OF RHYTHM – Part 42 – DEBIE DJEMBE ( Aitkenvale QLD)

humans-of-djembe-42” I first took up djembe drumming to rehab a shoulder injury , it was like big magic straight off and just kept getting more and more magical and spiritual. When I lost the use of my right arm it was djembe that made the connections in my brain to rewire itself. Without my love for djembe drumming I would not have the use of my right arm today.

Djembe is always there for me 🙂 my favorite rhythm to play is Moribayassa …. on duns too ,its a beautiful thing & the biggest amount of fun ever 🙂 I love djembe & I love dununs 🙂 I love the healing nature of African Rhythm and the wonderful masters and teachers that share their amazing culture with us.
African drumming is spiritual , healing, amazing fun and a beautiful place to be. Guinea drumming , Mali drumming, Zimbabwe drumming, its the light in my life

I drum with a group of friends in a band called drumbumba and have made a lot of beautiful friends through the djembe”