The enormous popularity of working with Sound has taken the term ‘sound healing’ mainstream, and a day does not go by where people are not talking about sound immersions, gong baths, kirtans, and a host of sound healing events promoted on social media. With this popularity comes interest, and with interest comes the responsibility of gaining accurate and useful information in becoming proficient in the use of sound tools, developing an effective skilll-set, and knowing how to assess and demonstrate proficiency; to be perfumed with the cultural Wisdom and traditional uses.
Featured Instruments are Didgeridoo, Harmonic Overtone Singing, Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls vs Himalayan Singing Bowls (a rare side by side comparison), with playtime on the Kabuni, Ektara, Mbira, and Asmat Fue. A truly unique combination of instruments, with some, seldom explored for sound healing. This collection of instruments adds depth to ambient soundscapes, and can 'enhance' moments in group sound work as well. A discussion on constructing ambient soundscapes and more. This program has 4 instructors.
This program will be hosted by Mitch Nur, PhD. with guest instructors Alexander Dreschner, Dima Klim and Ed Cleveland. Don't wait another moment to start your training in becoming an effective sound worker.
This will be the only offering of this element of the Sound Workers Cookbook in New England for 2018.
This hands on approach is necessary in developing confidence, and learning how the cultures worked with these sound tools in a traditional manner, rounds out an effective learning process that will propel you in grasping the subject material. High academic standards are critical, and being mentored by experienced sound workers is the best way to start training in a serious manner.
Saturday, October 27 -Sunday, October 28
9:30 am-5:30 pm