Pyramids of Chi

Learn the Didgeridoo

1:1 didge fundamentals with Jordan Humphreys

About this experience

Lesson availability = 9am - Tuesday's via online booking or Wednesday to Saturday via the enquiry form below

“We would like to pay respect to the traditional custodians of didgeridoo lore past, present and emerging from the many clan groups of Australia.”

Jordan Humphreys

Known by over 100 different names by culture groups in Australia, the didgeridoo has been dated by archaeologists as far back as 40,000 years and has a confirmed use for ceremonial purposes of approximately 15,000 years.

The didgeridoo has a series of benefits for both player and listener, ranging from strengthening vocal and respiratory muscles to calming the nervous system and helping us to connect to the earth beneath our feet. During a series of 1-4 hour long 1:1 lessons, Jordan will walk students through the mechanics and techniques required to begin their journey with this beautiful and ancient instrument.

Jordan’s journey with the didgeridoo began in his home of Currumbin Valley in Queensland, Australia. For the better part of a decade, he has been facilitating sound journeys with the didgeridoo as the central focus point. Jordans lessons fall within the respectful bounds of traditional lore, and he has the permission and blessing from current and former elders of the Kombumerri and Quandamooka peoples.

All levels are welcome from beginners to advanced. If you do not have a didgeridoo, we can provide one on loan, or for purchase.

Learn the Didgeridoo
By appointment - 1hr lessons
1 x lesson = IDR 750,000 ($50USD)
3 x lessons = IDR 2,000,000 ($133USD)
4 x lessons = IDR 2,500,000 ($166USD)

- 15% discount available for KTP (Indonesian Citizen ID Card) holder. Bookings must be via our Guest Relations team and ID presented at check in. WhatsApp +62 (0) 821 4782 3397 for bookings.

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Jordan’s journey with the didgeridoo began in his home of Currumbin Valley in Queensland, Australia. For the better part of a decade, he has been facilitating sound journeys with the didgeridoo as the central focus point. Jordans lessons fall within the respectful bounds of traditional lore, and he has the permission and blessing from current and former elders of the Kombumerri and Quandamooka peoples.