Native Flute School - Facilitators Roster
This page lists facilitators who have completed a one-week course in music facilitation at one of the Native Flute School workshops. This program provides the basics of music facilitation and specific activities that are ideal for a group of Native American Flute players at a flute circle or workshop.
Facilitators are listed in alphabetical order. Contact them directly if you are interested in having them facilitate at an event:
David C. Rogers
Musical Echoes 2010 player's competion first place winner David Claude Rogers is an extablished performer, composer and instructor of the native American flute. He is a strong advocate of the instrument, it's traditions and its music.
Web site: www.FluteMusicFromTheHeart.com
Home location: Fremont, Ohio
Certified Music Practitioner and Advisor for Music for Healing and Transition Program over 10 years; additional certifications in YogaDance, Yoga of the Voice; aromatherapy; Reiki Master, and Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy, European Graduate School, and Masters in Worship Studies/Ethnomusicology from Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA. Classically trained multi-instrumentalist in acoustic guitar and voice, mountain dulcimer, lever harp, in addition to hand percussion
Web site: www.ExpressiveArtsCenter.com
Home location: Stuyvesant, New York
Frank is an accomplished performer on the Native American flute, drone flute, harmony drone flute, ocarina and didgeridoo, performing as “Ravenwolf.”
He has had dozens of performances to date, including church services, medicine wheel ceremonies, weddings, accompanying didgeridoo performers at sound healing concerts, solstice events, private dinners and flute circle gatherings.
“Playing the native flute is the channeling of the human breath into the sound of Spirit.”
Web site: www.FrankHenninger.com
Home location: Kimberton, Pennsylvania
Joachim J, Becker, LMTh
Discover how playing the Native American flute can help you meditate and pray and connect with others who are drawn to the mystical sounds of the flute. Joachim has been playing the recorder flute since childhood and the Native American Flute for the last 10 years.
Handcrafted Native American Flutes by Navajo flute maker Jonah Thompson are available as well as interactive guides for learning to play.
Web site: www.NJHolisticHealthServices.com/flute.html
Home location: Bloomfield, NJ
Classically trained singer and woodwind player, self-taught guitarist and Baroque recorder player, Leslie Doukas is a lifelong musician and 20-year educator. Hearing Carlos Nakai in 1995 led her to Native American flute and to rediscover breath and heart as the source of both spirit and music. Leslie first came home to the Zion Flute Festival and School in 2008 and attended facilitator training at Flute Haven in 2010. She seeks sharing the power and beauty of native flute with others, and through it, finding the harmony that is our birthright.
Home location: Reno, Nevada
I am the Facilitator of the Spiritheart Flute and Drum Circle Of The Shenandoah Valley meeting in the Staunton Virginia area. We have two gathering per month:
one at Mary Baldwin College and one at The Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.
I bring my many years of training as a Reiki Master, graduate of The Barbara Brennan School Of Healing, and Interfaith Minister to everything I do which allows me an interesting path for sharing my passion for the Native American style Flute.
You can find me on Facebook or the Spiritheart page on Facebook.
Web site: www.LouBoden.com
Home location: Staunton, Virginia
Peter has been playing the flute since 1999. He has 150 flutes from various makers and performs internationaly and shares workshops and recordings and uses them in his sound healing practice.
YouTube: Peter Nighteagle's Prayer
Home location: England