Lulu Leathley
Endorsed Drum Circle Facilitator
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Lulu Leathley is a Rhythmic Facilitator living in Vancouver British Columbia, Canada. Trained as a teacher and Orff Music Specialist, she has been working with people from birth to 105 for over 35 years as a teacher, music educator and facilitator. "LuluJams" are held at facilities around the Lower Mainland and involve the "Welderly" population, Dementia patients, Special Populations of all sorts, Kids at risk and kids not as risked, babies and their care givers, elementary to post secondary classes, team building and corporate events.

Trained by Arthur Hull, the father of the Community Drum Circle, Lulu has been a mentor three times at the Hawaii Intensive Camp. She has produced three Facilitator Playshops in Vancouver in 2005,2006 and 2007 and is on the Committee for the Drum Circle Facilitator's Guild Conference of 2008. She has taken the training as a Certified Village Music Circle Facilitator and is a Remo Endorsed Facilitator.

Two Health Rhythms trainings have prepared Lulu for her work with Special Populations. She has been working with Deaf/Blind children and their caregivers, cancer patients and many other people in need. Her unique one-on-one work with cancer patients in the last three years has given her a special insight into the power of music as an effective means to bring out the song, rhythm and smile of those patients that are dealing with pain, fear and exhaustion.

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