Peta has facilitated rhythm-events and corporate team building drumming workshops for a range of clients, from community services to business organisations and local government departments.
Read what they’re saying about us.
“The staff evaluations all rated the drumming as a 10 and they are still buzzing about it.” – Cindy, Kilmany Uniting Care.
“The workshop was such a positive experience for our team. A fantastic release at the end of the week and a great way to connect as a team. We left the session feeling energised and wanting more. I will definitely be recommending this workshop.” – Samantha Gould, Team Director, Beaconsfield Children’s Hub
“Our organisation worked with Positive Music as part of a team building and celebratory event for an organisation that had formed about three months prior. So we got to know our colleagues better and in a very different setting, but one that highlighted the benefits of working together to create something great. It was a wonderful stress relieving activity also. Loved it”. – EV GP Training , Melbourne.
“Loved it enormously…at the end I was full of energy, enthusiasm and ready to take on the world!” – Sandii Lewis, Loddon Murray Leadership Program
“It was a great ice breaker and an interesting way to introduce the concept of teams and leadership. I thought Peta and her partner did a really good job of keeping the focus on leadership. The tutors were really professional and combined teaching us a skill with talking to us about teams and leadership.” – Lisa, Wellington Shire Council
“Very entertaining and fun, provided a great opportunity to get to know our colleagues.”
“I did not know what to expect on the day, I knew it would be good, but my expectations were exceeded. The drumming was so energetic.” – Participants, Ward E, Casey Hospital
“It is all about team and co operation although we were each doing our own thing, but we complemented each other.”
“ Stress relieving experience. Enough for the most troubled soul to emerge euphoric.” – Participants, South East Palliative Care
“I confess I was not sure what to expect and was delighted to see how worthwhile it was and how much Conference delegates enjoyed the session.” – David Preiss, LGPro Chief Executive Officer
“Thank you again for travelling all the way to Echuca, and giving the group a terrific fun time, as well as showing them what can be done in a musical workshop to develop a sense of community and connectedness. Your time, professionalism and dedication were very mush appreciated by myself and the group.” – Heather McNaught, Loddon Murray Leadership Program
• NAB, • Vicroads • Louis Vuitton • Casey Hospital Southern Health • Chisholm TAFE • La Trobe University • City Of Moonee Valley • Loddon Murray Leadership Program • Kilmany Uniting Care
• HMP Tarrangower • Cardinia Council • Hemophilia Foundation Victoria • Moorabool Shire Council • EACH Social and Community Health • Women Making It Work • Spinal Atrophy Association Of Australia • Wellington Shire Council • Casey City Council • LGPro • City of Greater Bendigo, EV GP Training, RMIT, Beaconsfield Children’s Hub
“Fun, laughter, smiles but most of all rhythm and connections.” Dee Taueki, drum circle, Berwick
“A great sense of fun and light-heartedness and a connection to an innate beat.” Deb Evens, drum circle, Berwick
“Creating music is a beautiful way to relax and unite with others…very much enjoyed the session.” Andrea, drumming meditation workshop, Narre Warren
“I loved being able to let go and without any judgement.” Pete Robbins, drum circle Berwick
“You were and are Amazing! The feedback from the event has been over-whelming positive.” Jill Shanti, Out The Door, Women’s Program, Baxter
“Positive energy, confidence and happiness. Loved the fun and jamming! Thank you!” Melinda Shine, drum circle Berwick
“Peta’s drumming circles provided a relaxed, welcoming environment that fostered the engagement of all. Time stood still as participants grew in confidence over the sessions and learned to understand the music in both the beat and silence. A truly moving experience.” – Beth Fogarty, Program Manager, Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria, Warragul
“I personally believe our past session brought many positive aspects to the group such as laughter, happiness, creativity and free expression and much more. To see all our members join in and enjoy the same activity was wonderful.” – June Salt, Event Coordinator, BrainStrength Group, Narre Warren
“Peta’s incredible facilitation experience gave people permission to let go, have fun, connect with others and take part in these primal activities of music, dance and song. I would have no hesitation in recommending Peta to anyone…in fact I already have!” – Holly, Cardinia Shire Council, Emerald
“The drumming in the middle session was a lot of fun and created a lot of positive energy. The sense of peace & stillness it gave me is still reverberating within! Thank you.” – Ilse Mathews, Energise Your Life! Retreat, Dandenong Ranges
“It was fantastic to see how the drumming brought together the community, adults and children alike had the time of their life. Thanks Peta for creating a fantastic experience for our City.” – Anne Henshall, City of Greater Bendigo
“Peta Minter of Positive Music recently facilitated a drum circle for our participants at the Gawler Cancer Foundation. She presented her workshop as part of the Mindfulness Music Weekend Meditation Retreat . Within an hour she had engaged every member of the group in creating simple and complex rhythm patterns using a large array of percussion instruments.
Her positive and sensitive nature with the participant, and her obvious knowledge of holding a group, encouraged every member to feel included in these fun filled activities.
She built confidence in members of the drum circle, regardless of their previous musical experience, including participants with mobility issues. Everyone felt included and empowered and the whole workshop was well received with joy and laughter.
I would highly recommend Positive Music for any group building workshop, seminar or retreat and found Peta to be a delight to work with as a co-facilitator.” Michael Johnson, Music and Mindfulness coordinator at the Gawler Cancer Foundation and Delmont Hospital. Resident Harpist and composer, at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
“How enjoyable it is to make-music together – to get into the rhythm, move my body and learn about “The Space.” – Mary, Drumming Meditation and Mindfulness Workshop
Creating music is a beautiful way to relax and unite with others – very much enjoyed the session!” – Andrea, Drumming Meditation and Mindfulness Workshop
“It felt nice to play in a group together and be in sync spiritually, it was fantastic.” – Kieran, Drumming Meditation and Mindfulness Workshop