Whenever we have shamanic drums for sale this is where you’ll find them.
We take great care when birthing our shamanic drums. All of our materials are ethically sourced and treated with the utmost respect. We also try to obtain our materials from as close to home as possible
We soak the skins when the energies are at their strongest, the full and the new moon. As our ancestry is European we also work on the Celtic sabbats of Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lughnasadh and Mabon.
We work in ceremony to honour and thank the spirit of the animals and the trees involved in creating our drums.
Most of our drums are 16” in diameter but we can work to your own specification if you would prefer a larger or smaller drum.
We currently work mostly with goat hide however, we can source red deer, reindeer and horse. If you have a special request we may be able to get hold of other hides too.
Just drop us a line via our contact us page and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
We can permanently fix a crystal of your choice in the centre of the handle or we can create the drum so that you can add your own crystal, or change the one we fit for you.
If you chose the interchangeable crystal method we will send you a video showing you how to add and remove the crystals.
When you buy a drum from us we will give you full instructions on how to connect your heartbeat to that of the drum.
Your connection to the drum is a very important part of the process. Once you have connected, your drum will be a very powerful tool for journeying and healing.
All of our shamanic drums come home with full instructions on how to care for them. With the right handling and environment your drum could last for decades.
Click on the image of the available shamanic drums for sale to see how they were made and for details on how to purchase.
Unfortunately all of our drums are currently sold out. We will be working on a new collection very soon. If you'd like to be the first to know when we list new drums and for special offers on new listings please sign up for our newsletter, The Beat@CrowMoon Drums.
I do love the hair-on drums. They have a beautiful deep sound but, oh my goodness, they are so temperamental.
It's incredibly hard to get a good enough stretch on the drumhead and as soon as they get a little bit cold they become quite loose and impossible to work with.
A gentle blow with a hairdryer, or some time by the fire soon has them up and playing again but, because of their volatile nature, I will only make hair-on drums as a custom order.