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MEET THE EXPERT SERIES: Judi Spencer, World Parkinson’s Coalition

January 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

“Music is the language of the heart, a universal language that speaks to all people, going places where words alone will not penetrate.” –Judi Spencer, WPC Music Director.


Singing can be both physically and emotionally invigorating, especially when practiced with others who share the same motivation and enthusiasm. Focus is on utilizing good breathing practice, louder voice volume and wider pitch range. We include stretching and posture activities, vocal exercises, rhythm, and movement. Research has shown that vocal exercise enhances voice volume, and that the presence of music and rhythm improves movement.


Victory Drumming will enhance the beat of the heart – the triumph of living each day with purpose – and the success of filling each day with encouraging upbeat rhythms!


Drumming is amazing for the brain!
Drumming is ideal for the heart!
Drumming is astonishing for the soul!
Drumming is a marvelous way to place a smile on your face and a happy beat in your heart!!!


Numerous studies have shown that all types of drumming can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and enhance your immunity. Better yet, drumming makes you happy! Drumming releases endorphins in the brain, which are associated with general feelings of well-being and euphoria. So, let’s drum!!!

Our online and in-person programs are FREE to you because of the dedication of our partners, instructors, and generous donors. Thank you for helping to support our mission, so that no one walks the Parkinson’s journey alone.


January 24
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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NW Parkinson’s Foundation
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