Drumming is an important and

sacred part of our traditions

Gitpo Spirit Lodge intertwines drumming, singing and dancing as part of healing, history and social fabric.

Drums were made of carved wood and animal hides. Drums and rattles are percussion instruments traditionally used by First Nations people. These musical instruments provide the background for songs, and songs are the background for dances. Many traditional First Nations people consider song and dance to be sacred. At Gitpo Spirit Lodge we are continuing our traditions to support our peoples’ journey.

Drumming creates connections to tradition, culture and history.

The beating of the drum helps us listen to our soul so we can understand our purpose and our connection to each other in the Circle of Life. For First Nations Peoples, the drum represents the universal heartbeat of Mother Earth, the Universal goddess and mother to us all.

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