PETER HESS® SOUND MASSAGE LEVEL III/IV
The purpose of this training is for the participants to expand their scope of range with additional new elements that can be incorporated in the Sound Massage for relaxation as well as learning to match the Sound Massage to the clients individual needs and addressing particular symptoms. Part of the course is devoted to discussing a professional approach, safety of the treatment, understanding the role of the Sound Massage Practitioner in relationship with the client, defining the limits of Sound Massage and it’s legal implications, setup of a Sound Massage practice, advertising, ethics and other business issues.
What to expect:
Lectures, demonstrations, Sound Meditations, experiential exercises, practicing (giving & receiving) and verbal sharing.
We will use massage tables and floor mats with cushions in our practice sessions.
We only use therapeutic Peter Hess® Therapy Singing Bowls which are available at a 10% discounted price during the course.
Peter Hess® Sound Massage Level III/IV
$820 per person including course script in digital format and certification.
A printed copy of the course book is available during the course for $39.00.
Prerequisite: Level I and II
Hours of Study: 32
Seminar time: 9:30am to 5:30pm on four consecutive days
Minimum number of participants: 6-16
Teacher: Ute Coleman
Sound Massage of the joints and legs
New elements to loosen neuromuscular blockages
Clearing, harmonising, draining, balancing – work with subtle energies
Experience the Sound Massage as a holistic method - strengthen the healthy & basic trust, develop a vision/goal
Energetic Sound Bow
Application of new elements in a partial Sound Massage
Sound Massage for relaxation addressing particular symptoms
Preparation and practice of an individual Sound Massage making use of the client chart
Chakra system, Chakra Sound Massage
Cosmic Sound Bath for groups
Guided Sound Meditation, Imaginary Sound Journey
Limits of the Sound Massage, business and legal implications
Exchange of experiences and reflection