Testimonials

The following are a selection of references Feel the Beat have received from past clients. Please contact us if you require any further references or contact details of those that have provided references.


Marco Cable Management Logo

Thank you for organising the fantastic drumming session held here in April. All ten participants expressed their enjoyment and were keen to attend further gatherings.

We were very interested to hear our employee’s views and we are delighted to advise that it proved to be 100% successful. The feedback we received was positive with Hannah commenting that she found it both stimulating and good fun whilst Tony found it not only very enjoyable but felt he had gained a new skill which, with his musical background, I am sure he will put to good use. Chris, our factory manager, said that once the sound reached the factory others were very keen to join in and expressed a wish to be included in future sessions. The company’s aim had been to stimulate and generate team building and your session certainly delivered that and more.

We were very impressed with your standard of teaching and how you were able to quickly put everyone at their ease. All the equipment supplied was excellent and we were interested to learn about the ethical origin of the drums. You planned an exciting programme which we all found both motivating and energising. We would certainly recommend Feel-the-Beat.

We look forward to working with you again in the near future and wish you good luck in your imaginative venture.

Lillian MacGregor


Antioch logo

Various groups from “Antioch” have had the pleasure of experiencing drum workshops from the “Feel the Beat” team, led by Carol Thomas.

A leadership group of over 20 adults of varying ages and musical ability were the first. They really enjoyed the experience, commenting on the opportunity to take part in a team-building exercise that was such good fun. Also, they found that the short periods of intense concentration on the task in hand were of benefit to them.

The third group were a collection of individuals who had had challenging life experiences, and they were really excited and enthusiastic about the whole experience.

Being part of a team working together and producing a pleasing sound and rhythm experience gave them a feeling of achievement and satisfaction.

Sue Bond