NEW Rhythmic Connections Facilitator Trainings and Workshops
a powerful synthesis of Music, Rhythm, and Movement Improvisation
*Recommended for Teachers, Therapists, Drum Circle Facilitators, Dancers, and Music Lovers!
“She is my #1 ’go to collaborator’ . I LOVE MARY! but I’m not alone! She is the best!” Barry Green, author of “The Inner Game of Music”
- Lead interactive, fun, successful music & movement experiences for groups.
- Bring music & movement into your life in a fun and interactive way
- Develop & Enhance improvisation skills.
- Ignite your classroom with new energy and creativity.
- Discover new Brain-Based Engagement Strategies
- Put your whole self into your work!
- Learn the best ideas from Mary’s over 20 years of international training experience.
NO prior music or movement experience necessary.
About Mary Knysh
Mary is a cutting edge workshop facilitator and trainer; leadership and communications consultant; professional musician; recording artist and author. Mary’s acclaimed facilitator’s guide to group facilitation entitled, “Boom Do Pa,” is a work widely used as a reference text in educational institutions. Mary is a facilitator and instructor for Music for People — an international organization that promotes self-expression through music improvisation, an endorsed drum circle facilitator for Remo Corporation and Rhythm Band Instruments Corporation and an Orff Schulwerk clinician.
Mary E Knysh, founder of Rhythmic Connections, presents at conferences throughout the United States, Central Europe, Australia and Asia and works as an organizational consultant offering facilitator trainings, workshops and performances. Over the past twenty-five years, Mary has worked with a wide range of organizations in the field of education, health care and corporations.
“Mary’s global experience and musical talent combine for a most unique and powerful training experience. I highly recommend her.”
Christine Stevens, MSW, MT-BC author, Music Medicine
“Mary Knysh combines a very rare talent for facilitating skills on an international stage. Her synthesis of music education, movement, music therapy, recreational music making and performance are remarkable. I highly recommend her beautiful personality and talent.” David Darling, Grammy Winning Cellist, Artistic Director of the Music for People