Listen Up: The Art of Sound Health
September 29 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$150. – $175.
Participate in this Musical Spa Day for Sound Health. Music is nourishment for the soul. Creativity is an essential element in well-being, improving quality of life.
Music is important to have in one’s life for self expression, socialization, relaxation and communication. It it beneficial to both relax and receive sound and to participate in musical expression. Have fun exploring skills in playing an array of world music instruments, no matter what your level of musical experience. The studio is equipped with world instruments such as hand painted frame drums (painted by Lynn Miller) kalimbas, our voice, shruti box, Tibetan sound bowls and xylophones.
All of these instruments are accessible to play, even if you have never played an instrument before. Skills will be demonstrated on how to use these instruments therapeutically for self and others. Resources will be provided on where to purchase or we have our own voice, which is free.
Benefits of this workshop include:
- Learn musical self-care tools
- Hands on experience with simple yet powerful instruments
- Frame drum * Tibetan Bowls * Kalimba * Singing for well-being
- Why music and social engagement is beneficial for healing
- Skills and in-workshop practice in music making with others
This workshop is designed for Social Workers, Therapists, Sound Healers, Teachers, Yoga Instructors and all who want to discover how to use Music in their practice, whether personal or professional practice.
Lynn Miller MA is a music therapist and sound healer. She is the author of SpiritArts, Transformation through creating Art, Music and Dance.
Lynn Saltiel LCSW is a psychotherapist, classically trained flautist and certified Music for People music facilitator. She incorporates music in the corporate world, yoga studios, trainings and incorporates music processes in her private practice.