WORKSHOP: Sound Therapy Training
Training: Sound Therapist Training
Get certified in Sound Therapy using Himalayan Singing Bowls through this comprehensive training that involves lecture, practice, inquiry, case study and contact hours. The training is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to confidently work with people using sound therapy principles drawn from modern science and traditional healing arts. While learning to facilitate an experience for others, learn to quieten your own mind, practice deep listening and experience a deeper rhythm of life.
This course is for anyone who has been moved by the Power of Sound. For Musicians, Healers, Therapists, Yogis, Meditators, Mystics, Psychologists, Philosophers, Teachers, Medical Practitioner; people who ready shift and lift; to open and ignite and to listen to the delve into subtleties of stillness and silence.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SOUND THERAPY:
Some benefits may include:
Induce deep relaxation
Reduce stress and relief from fatigue, pain
Accelerate body’s natural healing process and enhance homeostasis
Lower blood pressure
Help insomnia and improve quality of sleep
Alleviate anxiety and help me symptoms of depression
Liberate emotional traumas stored within the body/mind complexes
Deconstruct negative patterns
-Remove blockages and facilitate free flow of energy channels – meridians, nerves, & blood vessels
Promotes creative potential and internal perception or sensing
Expand the capacity for love, peacefulness and happiness within oneself
Increased concentration, focus and attention
Please take note that not all the topics will be covered in sequence. Some will be covered in depth and will need more time dedicated to it. This syllabus does not include the number of hours and case study hours you will have to complete in order to finish the practitioner training and receive your certification.
Background and History of Sound
Definitions, Objectives and Methodology
Science of Entrainment, Resonance and Intention
Ancient Wisdom and Energetic Physiology
Understanding Science of Sound; Rhythm and Frequencies
Cultivating Intuition and Deep Listening
Orientation to Health and Resources
Homeostasis, Stress and our Nervous system
Heart Rate Variability and Coherence
Bowl Selection and Techniques, designing a session
Cleansing techniques and bowl sequences
Power of Breath, Voice and Toning
Self care and using bowls on yourself
Attending this training does not qualify you as a sound therapist. In order to certify, you will need to complete 120 contact hours and case study submissions. Kindly reach out if you have more questions regarding this training.