Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used as a healing tool for over 4000 years in India, Nepal, Tibet and China. The primordial tones produced by the bowls naturally relaxes the mind, bringing it to meditation state while the gentle vibrations penetrate all the body tissues, releasing emotional stores and relaxing muscles in ways that touch therapies cannot.
The bowls are placed on various parts of the covered body and played in varying strengths and tones and also around your client, being constantly struck throughout the treatment. The human body is made up of upto 75% water and provides the perfect medium for sound waves to reach every cell in the body. The relaxing tones and vibrations are absorbed by the whole body resulting in total relaxation for mind, body and soul.
Clients may react differently to the treatment. Some fall asleep during the treatment, some feel wide awake and some feel like they have drifted off to a new level! Following a session, the client can continue to experience the benefits of having been in the meditative state for some time.
What we will cover:
- Brief introduction to bowls – which ones and why
- Introduction to Sound Healing – all forms
- Where to place on the body – practical with directions of play and related body tissue
- Techniques of Sound Massage
- Adapting your new skills to incorporate with your existing practice
This beautiful treatment by sound and vibration can be a great tool to add to your existing skills for gentle but deep release in muscles, fascia, emotional blocks and their related symptoms. It can be offered as a stand-alone treatment or as part of your therapy treatment.
Who Can Attend?
Open to qualified Complementary Therapists including Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and more. Those who do not hold a recognised therapy qualification but are energy workers, such as Reiki may attend our Sound Massage for Energy Workers workshop – please enquire.
Recognition by Professional Associations
Validated by IPTI – (Independent Professional Therapists International) and widely accepted by most Professional Bodies
During the practical sessions you will practise on each other under the supervision of the tutor who will offer guidance and feedback. All bowls and mallets will be provided for use during the workshop.
Duration: 1 day
Course fees include:
~ All class tuition
~ An MSCM Certificate of Attendance for your professional portfolio
~ 5 cpd points
Course DatesPlease note - all deposits and course fees are non-refundable.
All transfers are at the discretion of the school and would be subject to an administrative charge of £25.00 (+VAT)
February 2020 - Sunday - 10am - 5pm
Cost: £95.00 (+VAT)