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Didgeridoo Circular Breathing Lessons

Experienced Teacher - Sunshine Coast

Circular Breathing
Rythms
Animal Noises

Start right away - Make a didgeridoo out of PVC pipe for under $15!

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  • Deeply Nourishing,

  • Expand your Breath Capacity,

  • Support your Mental Health,

  • Feel Calmer, more grounded and Centred,

  • Access stuck energy and emotions and GET IT OUT!

  • Clear your energy and the energy of those around you,

  • Develop rythm and timing and access creative self expression

  • Feel more connected to yourself and spirit,

 

With experienced player and Teacher Troy Chapman.  

 

 

Absolute  Beginner to Advanced.​
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Didgeridoo / Circular Breathing Testimonial

Phillip M - Melbourne - (21/01/24)

Video Lessons

After finding Troy on line and setting up our first online session I was a bit concerned if this would work remotely, but soon found that it was the same as being in the same space.

Troy provided me a specific step by step process that I was too learn between lessons, backed with instructions or a short video of the technique. I set about learning practicing daily, during the lessons Troy pointed out areas where I was going wrong, and helped with pulling me back to the basics when needed, as getting the circular breathing correct is really the key.

 

Overall if you want to learn correctly I suggest getting in touch with Troy, and spending 10 minutes a day practicing and soon like me, playing will become second nature and you will be hooked.

Thanks Troy!"

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Phase 1 

Learn to Circular Breathe - Lessons

Say goodbye to overwhealm, confusion and self doubt.

  • Fully Guided Process,

  • Sequenced exercises,

  • Simple & Super easy to follow,

  • Master one element at a time, then put them all together,

  • Exercises for turning on your core to enhance your playing,

  • 3 One hour lessons, followed by shorter check-ins if required,

  • Fully personalised process to support your unique nervous system, skills and experience.

  • Group workshops available on request.

  • Learn Online (Video link) or in person.

  • ANY Level is a good starting point.

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Phase 2 

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Learn Didgeridoo Rythms 

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Feeling stuck on how to play rythms on your didgeridoo?

  • Guided step by step Process,

  • Learn rythms one syllable at a time,

  • Learn how to incorporate your breath into the process,

  • Learn how to best practice rythms

  • Learn how to weave rythms together once they're in muscle memory.

  • With experienced teacher and didgeridoo player, Troy Chapman

Phase 3 

Learn Animal Noises on your Didgeridoo

Would you like to learn a series of Core Animal Noises to play on your didgeridoo?

  • Guided step by step Process,

  • Learn the phrase to say to mimic the sound of key Australian native Animals,

  • Learn how to incorporate your breath into the process,

  • How to hold your mouth and tongue to get various other sounds on your didgeridoo, such as the horn, tongue/mouth variations.

  • Kookaburra, Dingo, Snake / Fish, Crocodile, Mopoke Owl, Kangaroo and Joey.

  • With experienced teacher and didgeridoo player, Troy Chapman

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Dealing with Blocks

Psychological / Mental, Energetic, Emotional

When learning any new skill, sometimes blocks can present which prevent you from progressing.  Never is this more true than on didgeridoo / circular breathing.

Why?

In order to play the didgeridoo, you will activate muscles in the respiratory system that may have been dormant for a long time.  A deep connection to the diaphragm and breath mechanism is developed.  Going into previously dormant areas of the body can challenge emotional holding patterns and dormant emotions. This instrument takes you deep into your sub conscious / unconscious.

The combination of rythm and breath allows you to access parts of yourself emotionally that have been long buried.  Sometimes we have gate-keepers, set up long ago, which set in place automatic avoidance pathways which prevent us accessing these places of unresolved trauma and potential healing.

If one or more of these gate-keepers come up in the process of learning circular breathing, it may look like:

  • Resistance to practice,

  • Negative Self talk (I can't do this, you F'ing idiot, you'll never play.... etc)

  • Resistance to learning new material / methods,

  • Getting stuck in the same spot and feeling, stuck, empty, numb, blank.  Eventually, you just put the instrument down because it feels you have gone as far as you can go.

  • Resistance to booking another lesson, or telling your teacher you're stuck (potential criticism / shame), etc!

  • Resistance from even starting the process of learning.

What to do if you feel blocked progressing or Even Booking your initial lesson?

Firstly, recognise that the resistance is here to protect you from a potentially harmful experience. You put it in place long ago.  It is not your enemy.

As part of the learning process, if there was strong resistance in place, we would stop regularly and give that resistance a voice.  Whether verbally or written.

  • Journalling the voice / energy out is an important aspect of the lesson process if there is resistance happening.

  • Take your awareness into the body to observe how it is reflected physically,

  • Other guided processes to sit with and explore how the resistance / block is showing up and what is required to bring it to awareness.

If this is you, don't be ashamed.  We all have these protective parts, but many don't realise there is a pathway to support them and the underlying trauma / emotional upset to be released into conscious awareness and for a more free and capable surface level of experience.

Blessings

Troy

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Didgeridoo and Circular Breathing Lessons with experienced Teacher, Troy Chapman.  Sunshine Coast & Brisbane - Suburbs serviced include ​

Sunshine Coast

Caloundra, Noosa, Nambour, Maroochydoore, Mooloolaba, Coolum, Maleny, Gympie, Cooroy, 

Brisbane - South

Acacia Ridge – Algester – Annerley – Archerfield – Burbank – Calamvale – Coopers Plains – Darra – Doolandella – Drewvale – Durack – Dutton Park – Eight Mile Plains – Ellen Grove – Fairfield – Forest Lake – Greenslopes – Heathwood – Holland Park – Holland Park West – Inala – Karawatha – Kuraby – Larapinta – MacGregor – Mackenzie – Mansfield – Moorooka – Mount Gravatt – Mount Gravatt East – Nathan – Pallara – Parkinson – Richlands – Robertson – Rochedale – Rocklea – Runcorn – Salisbury – Seventeen Mile Rocks – Sinnamon Park – Stones Corner – Stretton – Sumner – Sunnybank – Sunnybank Hills – Tarragindi – Tennyson – Upper Mount Gravatt – Wacol – Willawong – Wishart – Yeerongpilly – Yeronga

Brisbane - Easter Suburbs

Balmoral – Belmont – Bulimba – Camp Hill – Cannon Hill – Carina – Carina Heights – Carindale – Chandler – Coorparoo – Gumdale – Hawthorne – Hemmant – Lota – Lytton – Manly – Manly West – Moreton Island – Morningside – Murarrie – Norman Park – Port of Brisbane – Ransome – Seven Hills – Tingalpa – Wakerley – Wynnum – Wynnum West

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