Harmonic Therapy Private Sessions with Mitch Nur, PhD*APRIL SOLD OUT-TAKING WAIT LIST*

  • Session availability: Thu, 4/20: 2, 3:30, 5 & 7:30 pm - Fri, 4/21: 11 am, 3:30 & 5 pm.
  • Sessions are $125 and last approximately 60 minutes. A discussion of the framework of the session is determined before the sound healing begins.

Harmonic Therapy is a non-invasive, translational based treatment, where the direct, live, presentation of indigenous sound, rhythm, and melody is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and societal needs of individuals. Employing the over and undertones of sound through the use of transcultural instruments, they allow the listener an enhanced firsthand experience, which can produce extraordinary states of consciousness; and can initiate the Relaxation Response.

Benefits include: Stress Reduction, Deeper Relaxation, Improves Memory, Offers the Opportunity to Develop a Deeper Understanding of Oneself.

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Thursday, April 20-Friday, April 21
2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Mitch Nur

Mitch Nur

Mitch Nur, PhD has presented academic and experiential workshops and seminars on the therapeutic nature of sound for over 4 decades; and is regarded as one of North America's oldest and leading sound teachers and sound healers. Founder of the Harmonic Therapy Association, senior instructor for the 9ways Academia, and assistant to visiting Tibetan Lamas and indigenous teachers. He regularly hosts programs on nearly 100 ceremonial and ritual indigenous sound instruments, and offers Master Classes on Himalayan Singing Bowls, Gongs, and the Bonpo Shang.

His direct experience through field studies with numerous indigenous cultures, and his decades old training's with both Buddhist and Bön Lamas, has given him a unique perspective in preparing students to be a effective practician for therapy and transformation. Mitch's lectures and demonstrations feature a extensive blend of history, science, and culture; with a hands on approach enabling students to not only fully grasp a subject, but to go beyond the academic to genuinely experiencing the discipline.