SOUND BATH FACILITATION WORKSHOP
A workshop open to all Sound Enthusiasts, Sound Practitioners
Learn to facilitate a professional and safe Sound Bath experience.
Do you own Singing Bowls and other sound instruments and would like to use them more effectively?
Do you feel drawn to offer a deeply-immersive, whole-body listening Sound Bath experience to your friends, family, clients or community but are lacking the experience, knowledge or confidence that you feel you need?
Do you want to help create balance in people’s lives, provide stress and pain relief through the restorative and therapeutic benefits a Sound Bath offers but need support to take the next step?
This "hands-on" two day workshop is your opportunity to learn about the fundamentals of working with sound in a group setting and will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to develop and facilitate your own Sound Bath experience.
This training is certified with IICT.
This course is delivered live in Margaret River or online via Zoom
A new date for 2024 will be released soon.
Delivery: Live and online via Zoom
Cost live: $450 including certification and course script.
Cost online: $450 including certification and course script in pdf plus $50 Sound Bath recording review & feedback
Cost Hybrid Online: $600 including certification and course script in pdf plus $50 Sound Bath recording review & feedback and 2 hours of coaching after the course
Seminar time live:
Saturday 9:30am to 5.30pm and Sunday 9:30am to 5.30pm
Seminar time online:
1pm to 8pm and Sunday 1pm to 8pm
AWST (Perth) or as specified by your teacher
Minimum number of course participants :
6 - 12
Ute Coleman and Marc Neuberger
What is a Sound Bath?
Science of sound
Holistic effects of receptive Sound Therapy
Trance and deep Relaxation
History and characteristics of instruments
How to play a variety of instruments/mallets including metal Singing Bowls, Crystal Bowls,
Sansula, Koshi Chimes, Rainstick, Ocean Drum
Introduction to playing Gong and Monochord
Creating and holding a "safe" space
'Less is more' approach and the importance of silence
How to plan an event
Compose a Sound Bath
Play a Sound Bath and receive feedback