In our training we focus on ways for practitioners to actively seek and address participants’ natural response to rhythm. This natural response is an often subconscious quality, which has been continuously developing since the second trimester of foetal development, and simply needs encouraged to the surface. For many, barriers towards music stem from childhood experiences. Delivery style of any musical activity is very important; what works for one participant may not work for the next. In our facilitation sessions, we explore a number of approaches.