Saturday 8/11, 12:00-6:00pm
Sunday 8/12, 12:00-6:00pm
**Students that enroll in the Immersion will automatically be enrolled in the Multi-Sensory Meditation and Sound Experience on Friday 8/10, 7:00-9:00pm at no extra cost**
Sound meditation is one of the fastest growing relaxation and mindfulness techniques in the US. It's popularity is recent (and astounding!), but the practice has been around for centuries and the science has been studied for years.
Whether you are a teacher looking to bring this popular meditation tool to fill your classes, or a student wanting to immerse yourself in the practice you love, this weekend will be filled with passionate conversation, practiced technique and some seriously good vibes!
The days will begin with yin yoga , breathe work & sound meditation.
The program is a comprehensive curriculum designed to provide students with a broad perspective on this expanding industry, enabling them to focus on their areas of interest. In this course student will dive into the history of sound healing and where the future is leading. We begin with the physics of sound, resonance and the harmonic structure of sound. We do a thorough examination of the physiology of the body and it’s relation to the emotional and spiritual bodies — and they work with sound and energy. We also explore the use of sound to bring people into various states of consciousness and shift individuals into particular brainwave states & meditation experiences.
Students will learn:
Fundamental qualities of sound
Quantum physics of vibration
Mantra & vocal toning
Nepalese Buddhist system for chakra therapy
Sound as a vibrational science
Credited studies and research about sound therapy.
History of using sound as a tool for meditation
How to play and use different sound tools in a class environment as well as one on one
Understanding energy centers of the body
Correlating with the notes of different sound tools (bowls, chimes, etcImportance of intention for the maximum benefit
Massage therapy techniques with tibetan bowls
$350 per person OR $300 early bird if registration is completed by July 27, 2018.
About Michelle: Michelle began her path of yoga many years ago which transpired into teaching in 2006. After a car accident created multiple spinal injuries, and her doctors told her the only option was major surgery, Michelle began looking for alternative treatments. She decided to take the lead in her own healing, and began studying and practicing Iyengar Yoga .
While in India , she studied at the Iyengar Himalayan Center to learn yoga therapy . Complementing that avenue of yoga, she has completed several Thai bodywork trainings & two sound certification courses. She recently traveled to Nepal to study one on one with a 5th generation sound Monk in the Himalayas .
Michelle lives & works in Miami, Florida. Her passion for teaching and nomadic ways leads her in sharing her knowledge traveling all over the world.