These small rattles are full of power and beatific sound! Add one or two rattles to your healing drumming circles and feel the energy levels rise to new heights.
Rattles measure approximately 6 1/4” in circumference and 9 3/4” or more in length. They are hand carved with gorgeous designs of geometric patterns and topped off with colorful yarn and exotic parrot feathers.
Very well made and filled with mystery from The Amazon Rainforest!
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Our rain sticks come from Peru and are made from the cores of Trichocereus cacti- very unique. Also makes a great Talking Stick.
They have a beautiful, gentle sound- very soothing. Great for calming and meditation. Colorful designs and very durable- great for your next drum circle!
What is a Rain Stick?
The rainstick is believed to have been invented in Peru, and was played in the belief that it could bring about rainstorms. But also, the rainstick might be invented by the Indi ...(more)
This item is another one of my original crafts. I really enjoy the sound of a rattle while I'm drumming so I would hold the rattle and drum beater at the same time, which wasn't always easy. I got the idea to insert the rattle into the opposite end of the drum beater, and it works perfectly. You really have to hear how great this sounds when you're drumming!
I put a lot of care into making these and guarantee you'll enjoy using this well made sacred drum beater. The rattles are impor ...(more)
What is a flute?
The flutes are the oldest category of woodwind instrument. There were flutes as early as the ninth century BCE. The basic design is a tube with an embouchure hole into which the player blows and finger holes to control the pitch. The modern flute was developed in 1830 by Theobald Boehm and incorporates his fingering system.
Flutes and piccolos were both originally made of wood, but now they are generally metal. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is a ...(more)
This item is one of my original crafts. I wanted something special to use for my drum beater handle so I decided to use a piece of a B. caapi vine. Next thing I knew, my whole drum class wanted me to make them one too. You can really feel the energy pouring forth from these beaters when you're drumming... must be the Amazonian Spirits.
I put a lot of care into making these and guarantee you'll enjoy using this well made sacred drum beater.
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