Find your inner rhythm in Surrey

Billy Knutson hosts a Sept. 10 musical event at the Surrey Art Gallery.

Billy Knutson gives a talk at the Surrey Art Gallery Sept. 10.

Find your inner beat next Thursday as drummer Billy Knutson hosts an evening “RhythmWellness” in Surrey.

The form of recreational music making – aimed at making participants aware how music helps us relate, listen, and build community – removes the often-challenging learning curve by using accessible percussion instruments.

“Rhythm is as ubiquitous as gravity, acting on us for good or bad, regardless of our awareness of it,” says Knutson.

The Sept. 10 event is part of the Thursday Artist Talk series at the Surrey Art Gallery (13750 88 Ave.).

Knutson started in the health and fitness industry 28 years ago and founded Functional Fysical Fitness Inc in 1998, a Total Wellness Company. He combines a wide variety of studies and experience aimed at the integration of the whole person and community. He is a personal trainer, lifestyle coach, and drum circle facilitator.

The event is from 7:30-9 p.m. For more information, call 604-501-5566.

 

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