Testimonials, Reviews & Customer Feedback

didgeridoo dojo testimonials, reviews, customer feedback
We’ve had some great feedback from our members so far – check it out below!
If you like what we do and want to share your great experience we would love your feedback. Post it in the comments section below or drop us a line at [email protected] . Thank you, we appreciate it!

“I love the Didge Dojo! It is well thought out, constructed and instructed and it is going to be a wonderful resource for Didgeridoo players all over the world!”
Steve, USA
  • “What a fantastic creation! I love that I can get a one on one lesson with Sanshi in Australia while I’m at home in new york.” (Joe, USA)
  • “So happy to be able to watch these videos on the iPad. The videos load easily with no buffeting…Sanshi is a great teacher.” (Jeanell, USA)
  • “Exciting times ahead for didj players. Very clear and delivered well.” (Chris, Australia)
  • “The lessons are great! and clear and not rushed but explained fully loving it! Orse!” (Penny, Australia)

    Hey Sanshi,

    Happy New Year.

    My didgplaying is going better and better, I think. Nevertheless, I still have to practise a lot, and now with the tapping sticks, something more to practise.

    It's cool I love it! Thanks for the good teaching!

    Have a nice day!

    Greetings from Jena Marcel

    Jena Marcel

    Hi Sanshi,

    Thanks a lot for your email and your interest in my lerning courve.It was the best idea to register on didgeridoodojo, your lessons are very clear and step by step i realise how to play digeridoo.

    I was looking for a long time to find someone to teach me how to play didgeridoo or to find usefull informations in the web.when i saw didgeridoodojo the first time, it was clear for me, this is the best i can find and i have to use it, meanwhile i am able to use some of your technics and i am very motivated to learn more and more

    First of all the technics for circular breathing were the most difficult things for me, but whith your tips
    and technics i understood how to do it, thanks for this....
    now i try to play didgeridoo since about 3 month every day for more or less 1-2 hours and it becomes better and better.
    for the moment i am really very happy with your teaching videos and i use it almost every day.

    I found more information on how to play didgeridoo than i expected.Maybe it comes the time in the future for searching a special solution, then i would ask you 🙂
    but at the moment every thing is perfect.

    Thanks a lot to you and your crew, it is really the best i could find.

    affectionate regards from bavaria

    Richard from Bavaria


    There's so many awesome things on your site you feel like going through all the lessons at the same time - especially being a beginner 🙂 !!

    So the e-mail courses is a great idea to get the over-motivated ones in a structured progression!!!!

    Cheers mates! And once again, thanks for all the material.


    Hi Sanshi!

    How ya going?

    Got the drone going quite fine - and also smiling back at Mono Lisa!! Looking forward to the vocals...

    Actually to tell you the truth 😉 I've signed up for the yearly membership and have also starting following some of your lessons there but I find the 30 day crash course gives a good rhythm to the learning curve and in the event also a good revision.

    So looking forward to the next ones.

    Have a great weekend,



    I am most of the way through the Beginner section of the lessons, and I am having the best time. The lessons are great and you make them fun. You are a very clear and precise teacher.

    I am having trouble with vocals, so I plan on videoing myself doing them and sending you links to the videos if they still don't sound right. I'll let you know.



    Hi Sanshi

    First of all I would like to give you a great "THANK YOU"!!!! I really estimate your training style.

    The lessons are demanding but with this smile on your face you get the best out of me. At least I hope so 😉 Right at the moment I got to the advanced lessons. I take pains with the wobbling sound. As you desribe: practise, practise, practice.

    I began with didgeridoo playing half year ago in the age of 46. I enjoy it so much and I hope I will have once the opportunity to play the didge in the streets of Konstanz (a nearby city in Germany). But it will take time. Perhaps in a year ....


    from Achim in Germany

    Hi Sanshi,

    I signed up to your class in august, but it is only 2 weeks tat I came back home and started your classes.

    Great...great..great! I just love it, I am at the circular breathing this week. I'll let you know if I have difficulties.

    Helene in the US

    Hey Sanshi!

    Thanks for your follow up! I ha