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Music Medicine – a 4 week course in the power of sound
August 16, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm€60
This is a 4 week course exploring the power of sound and song within our lives. Inspired by my work with the Naked Voice, the College of Sound Healing training and other healing modalities, this is a new and exciting venture into sharing the magic of sound and its potential to help us in our daily lives. It is open to everyone regardless of experience of healing, meditation or singing.
The areas to be covered are:
Singing as Meditation
Throughout the course, we will look at different vocal practices and chants from around the world that help us to quieten the mind, and deepen into connection with ourselves. Chanting helps us to shift into silence and peace in a beautiful and accessible way.
Mantra and Contemplative Movement
Using the contemplative movements of Shintaido, we will explore different mantras and their corresponding movements to deepen our experience of the sound and the silence.
Improvisation and Exploration of our Voices
We will have fun exploring different ways to access our own innate voices, singing freely and improvising within a group setting and individually, in a safe and non-judgemental way.
Introduction to the chakra system through sound
You will learn how to use sound to strengthen our chakra system through sacred mantra, and exploring the different chakras and the energies that they contain, through the musical scale and movement.
The course will run begin on Tuesday 16 August at 7.30 – 9.30pm and run for 4 weeks. Trains and buses run from Dublin to Kilcock, or Maynooth, and if there are a few people from Dublin interested, I can organise car pooling where possible.
Places are limited, so advance booking is required. The cost of the course is €60 which includes all handouts and supporting materials throughout the course.
Contact Claire on 086 1923381 / firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to book your place.
If you would like to know more about Claire, you can read about her journey with Music Medicine on our blog page.