The Peace Project Redirecting Children's Behavior Teacher In-service Kirtan Nada Yoga

Drumming Circles

"I want to thank Sharon from Living at peace for a spectacular event. Sharon has the unique ability to ensure that everyone in the room feels like an integral part of the drumming circle. The positive energy, and joy that was created greatly enhanced our Purim event."
Rabbi Avi Richler- Director Chabad of Gloucester County, NJ


I had the opportunity to catch a Living At Peace workshop at the NJ Music Educator’s State Convention and it was fantastic.  Sharon has such a deep understanding of the cultural authenticity of world drumming and how it promotes health and wellness is this stressful world in which we live. Her presentation was well structured and her holistic approach in her facilitation made for a warm and inviting atmosphere for every level player. I’ve been running drum circles for fourteen years and still walked away with great ideas and techniques that I can implement in my general music class and percussion ensemble at my school. It would be advantageous for any school district or organization to have Living At Peace present for them.
Chris Colaneri - Instrumental Music Teacher, Berkeley Heights Public School, NJ


“Sharon’s drumming circles are fantastic. She creates a warm and fun atmosphere that puts everyone at ease, from the newest to the most seasoned drummers. Her natural enthusiasm for music and bringing people together makes for a truly inspiring experience. After Sharon’s drumming circles my tension is completely gone, leaving me feeling energized yet calm and relaxed. I recommend them to everyone!”
Michele Engoran - Owner/Director: Center for Relaxation and Healing, Plainsboro, NJ


"All the students and teachers had wonderful things to say about the drumming circle program. The children really enjoyed the program!"
Kerin Cleary-First Grade Teacher, Constable Elementary School, Kendell Park, NJ

"Thank you for facilitating such a great drumming circle! It really helped us figure out our dynamic as a team."
Natilie Jesionka, Prizm Project Staff, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ


“The drumming was amazing in a purely joyful way.Thank you Sharon Silverstein for managing a crowd of drummers that was over fifty percent under the age of twelve. It was spectacular! Everyone was having so much FUN. I’ve never seen anything quite like it.”
Jean Cambell - Founder: World Dreams Peace Bridge , International Child Art Foundation, Festival Washington D.C


"The faculty, staff and students of Kangaro Kids want to thank you for visiting us and sharing your time, philosophies and talents. The children had a wonderful time."
Kathy Feigley - Director/Owner: Kangaro Kids Child Care and Learning Center , Bridgewater, NJ


“ The Living At Peace drumming circle program was invigorating. Our students learned to cooperate and work as a team. This program was a good way for our fourth grade family to come together.”
Cynthia Bachoo - Fourth Grade Teacher, Indian Fields Elementary School, South Brunswick, NJ


"Your program was one of the highlights of our season, the staff as well as the families were still talking about it."
Terri Offin, Director Programs - Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County, NJ


"It stimulates the senses—definitely. It can reduce stress and anxiety, and it's good for the fine motor skills."
Josephine Washington - Programs Director: Greenwood House Nursing Home, Trenton, NJ

Sharon Silverstein and The Peace Project


Ms. Silverstein and The Peace Project touch the very soul, conveying ideas about unconditional love, grace and the great human potential all humans have for true wisdom. Ms. Silverstein’s lyrics hit you at a deep, almost subconscious level. Her resonate voice — a little bit Sheryl Crow, a touch Grace Slick and a smidgeon Janis Joplin — gives her music a transformational quality. Anyone who listens to her CD “Alive” gets a kind of Living At Peace spiritual boot camp.
Susan Van Dongen – Courier News 2008


All ages will be inspired when listening to the motivational album “Alive” by Sharon Silverstein and The Peace Project. A wonderful vocalist, Silverstein proves her ability to sing with the grace and style of enthusiastic stimulation with the intonation of folk rock. The title track “Alive” is fresh and energetic in tempo, with nice harmonies complementing the lead vocals. Listeners will feel joy when hearing the spiritual lyrics on “Living At Peace” as they gently move the body and soul. “Unique Me” is a bouncy blues tune with colorful piano fills and spirited drum beats. The entire album is appealing as tempos gracefully shift from upbeat to a gentle ballad.  “Alive” is filled with ideal, uplifting mood music, and fans of upbeat folk rock will definitely enjoy this album.
Diane and the Reviewer Team


Redirecting Children's Behavior for Parents

"The teachers at my child's preschool have told me that her attitude and demeanor have improved. I know now what to do when in a power struggle. I learned so much that will help me now and five years from now."
Jean Cosentino

"My children are more cooperative and willing to listen. I have become more patient. Sharon has been a source of encouragement for me. She is enthusiastic about the material. The material was great and I will take the course again."
Nancy Turner


Teacher In-services

"Thanks you so much for taking the time to share your expertise with our faculty during our in-service day. Your program was outstanding. The content was packed with an incredible amount of usable information and undoubtedly provided a valuable educational experience for our faculty. The feedback from our staff has been overwhelmingly positive."
Peggy Cioce - Hillsborough Township School District Supervisor of Visual and Performing Art, NJ




Sharon Silverstein and The Peace Project’s Kirtan at Princeton Center for Yoga & Health inspires all who attend.  Sharon creates a welcoming environment for all, giving them a place to feel at ease and able to free themselves from the daily chatter of their minds as they are engaged in the positive, powerful vibrations.  Sharon’s ecstatic chanting is commanding and her combination of ancient mantras with contemporary musical style makes the Kirtan accessible to all who attend. Sharon leads groups in a dynamic, tender manner that ensures everyone a delightful experience. I highly recommend Sharon and The Peace Project’s Kirtan to everyone!
In peace, love and light,
Deborah Metzger, Founder and Director of Princeton Center for Yoga & Health


"Such a pleasure Sharon. you all sounded amazing. you have really created a wonderful and unique sound. so great to see that, and hear it! With closed eyes tonight, hearing you all play and sing was really awesome, see you soon, "
Dan Johnson, Musician and Teacher

Nada Yoga

"Thank you, Sharon, for being with us in such a calm and loving way. I've been practicing one of the breath/sound meditations while waiting in traffic in my car and the vibration takes care of the stress."
Carol, Nada Class Participant

"Sharon's Nada Class was an inspiring experience. She has a wonderful spirit and her approach is one of openness and kindness, encouraging individual expression. The meditation practice introduced brought to me a sense of inner stillness and peace. Thank you, Sharon."
Dana Oley, Nada ClassParticipant


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