Through Therapeutic Sound training courses, practitioners learn how to use sound from the voice and instruments to stimulate self-healing in clients/patients. From relaxation to reduced pain, sound therapy can help people of all ages achieve better health and wellness.
Training is available for staff in hospitals, schools, nurseries, birthing centers, rehabilitation facilities, retirement communities and for the individual who is interested in incorporating sound healing in their daily life. As an integrative therapy, sound healing is a natural complement to many allopathic medicine procedures and to complimentary healing practices – such as massage, reflexology and other bodywork treatments.
What Health Issues Can Sound Impact?
(Through my experience, some conditions that music and sound healing can influence include the following:
Chronic pain (Muscular and Joint)
Stress Auditory tonal processing difficulties
Mental health issues
Well-being for the elderly
Pregnancy and birth
Releasing trauma due to life events (this includes events in early childhood development
Terminal and long term illnesses
Alignment of energy (chakras and clearing)
Health of Mind, Body, Spirit
Therapeutic Sound Training
You can expect your sound therapy training courses to cover these topics:
Structure of sound
Working with Healing Frequencies
History of sound healing
Himalayan Singing Bowls, Monolini, chimes (instruments)
Relaxation through sound
Core Voice Connection and Voice Care if using the voice
Throat Singing (A low humming used in many indigenous cultures)
Colors, Pitches and Syllables for Chakra Balance (Perfect companion tool with Yoga)
Counseling theories and strategies
The Value of Harmonics
Specialized music and sound healing training programs can vary in length.