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Continuing Education

Nada Chikitsa: 50-Hour Sound Healing Teacher Training (50 小時聲音治療教師培訓) with Bhanu Singh & Megan Wright

6-21 July 9:00am-6:00pm Asia Standard Tower – Central
Sound plays a vital role in the development of a higher self because our true nature is pure vibration.
 
Join Megan Wright and her guest teacher Bhanu Singh @yogasvarupe from the Himalayan Academy of Sound Healing @academy_of_sound to learn the art of Himalayan singing bowl techniques and practices.
 
In this 50-Hour Sound Healing Teacher Training, you will learn to use sound as medicine and how to apply it in your own private and group yoga classes and sound healing sessions.
 
Other instruments such as bells, drums and gongs will be introduced.
 
The tuition fee includes a set of meditation and healing singing bowls and other accessories (mallets, pallets and a bag). You may also attend the training without purchasing bowls i.e. at a reduced tuition fee.
 
Upon full completion of 50 hours of training, students will receive a certificate issued by the Himalayan Academy of Sound Healing in association with Yoga Alliance. This course may be registered as a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credit).

Module 1: Introduction to Nada Yoga

Science of sound

Philosophy of sound

Therapy model of sound

Music theory

Notes and frequency in relation to the physical, mental, energetic and spiritual bodies

Sound meditation techniques

 

Module 2: Sound & the Physical & Mental Bodies

Seated sound meditation (intuitive)

Sound therapy for mental clarity

Sound therapy for physical ease

Reclining sound meditation (full-body restoration)

Conducting sound baths

 

Module 3: Sound & the Energetic and Causal Bodies

Chakra-balancing techniques

Solar activation and other chakras

Hydro sound therapy

Sound rituals for self practice

 

Module 4: Sound & Yoga Therapy

Sound massage

Yoga therapy with sound healing

Sound distance healing

Full moon rituals

Reiki and singing bowls

 

Module 5: Singing Bowls for Yoga Practice

Singing bowls in yoga classes

Singing bowls in group sessions

Singing bowls and Yoga Nidra

Singing bowls and mantra

Singing bowls and pranayama

 

Module 6: Taking Sound Further

Gong therapy

Gong baths

How to clean the bowls

How to use bowls with crystals

Aura cleansing

Ajna (third eye) activation

Use of other instruments

Himalayan mystic sound baths

6-7, 13-14 & 20-21 July

Weekends, 9:00am-6:00pm

Students who are interested in participating should bear in mind that sound therapy can affect the mind, body and emotions in several ways and should take proper personal care during the training period, including plenty of rest and nourishment.

 

Interested students must:

• Have an interest in sound, music and/or native instruments

• Have a deep desire to learn and personally explore the deeper dimensions of yoga

• Have a coachable attitude and a listening ear

• Be fully committed and understand that 100% full attendance is required

• Be willing to forgo most other personal or professional commitments for the duration of the programme

 

Recommended reading:

The Yoga of Sound, Russill Paul

Bhanu Singh

Bhanu comes from an interesting academic background. From a postgraduate degree in yogic science in Lonavala, and a master’s degree in therapy in Bangalore, to continued studies at Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy, Bhanu continues to learn. He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge and he inspires this curiosity in the hearts and minds of his students. Bhanu moved from the foothills of the Himalayas to Rishikesh, on the banks of the Ganga River, to begin teaching yoga. His teachings focus predominantly on philosophy, sound and meditation. Bhanu teaches yogic practices of authentic traditional Indian origins. After years of research in the field of sound healing, Bhanu started to work as a sound therapist with Tibetan singing bowls and other instruments.
 
He began by performing weekly sound healing concerts at a local ashram in Rishikesh. Each concert featured a combination of sound and vibrational tones, achieved with the use of Himalayan singing bowls, didgeridoos, gongs, binary beats, bells, chimes, sounds from nature, and experimental instruments that he himself had made. As his concerts grew in popularity, his audiences grew in size.
 
Bhanu went on to develop a 3-day Himalayan Singing Bowl Workshop which he developed into a 50-Hour Teacher Training over time. It wasn’t long before he had developed Level II and III courses for students who wanted to venture more deeply into sound as medicine. Like his concerts, his courses grew in popularity, attracting students from all over the world and the Himalayan Academy of Sound Healing was born. Bhanu is passionate about his relationship with PURE Yoga and his growth and influence in Hong Kong. 

For more information, visit himalayanacademyofsound.com/yogi-bhanu
Megan Wright

Megan was introduced to yoga in an Ashtanga Vinyasa class during her physical theatre degree training in 2011. She favours consistent Ashtanga practice under the guidance of senior Mysore teachers at PURE. She hopes to grow personally and professionally in the Ashtanga method. Megan is a detail-oriented teacher who gives direct cues and careful manual adjustments, and her students will understand the connection between breath and movement and experience more proprioception.

Megan first met Bhanu in 2019. He was her yoga philosophy teacher and the two became friends. A year later, she travelled to India to study Level I Sound Healing at his school, the Himalayan Academy of Sound Healing. She continues to share his Nada Yoga teachings in her private and group classes at PURE.

Graduate Retake Price (Exclude Bowl Set): HK$4,800

   

FULL TRAINING - Exclude Bowl Set (A total of 50 hours)

Super Early-Bird Price: HK$9,620 (10 April)

Early-Bird Price: HK$10,980 (5 May)

Regular Price: HK$13,000 

 

FULL TRAINING - Include Bowl Set (A total of 50 hours)

Super Early-Bird Price: HK$13,520(10 April)

Early-Bird Price: HK$14,880 (5 May)

Regular Price: HK$16,900

 

The above tuition includes a meditation and healing singing bowl set:

7 bowls

1 bag

2 pallets

2 mallets

Photos and videos may be taken, solely for PURE marketing purposes. 

 

Event Language

English

 

Minimum Number of Students

A minimum of 15 students is required.

 

Applications

  • Super Early-Bird Price: Applications to be sent in on or before 10 April 2024.
  • Early-Bird Price: Applications to be sent in on or before 5 May 2024.
  • Regular Price: Applications to be sent in starting 6 May 2024.

 

Refunds/Cancellations 

  • No refund or credit will be given for cancellations starting 6 May 2024.
  • All refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee that will be deducted from your refund.
  • A refund (only for medical and emergency reasons) must be made within 3 days with a valid proof after the event finishes.

 

Special Offer from nood food

10% off all nood food items or $5 off for all nood cold-pressed juices for all yoga event registrants on dates of the workshop.

 

Special Offer from KURIOS

15% off on all KURIOS regular-priced products for all yoga event registrants on dates of the workshop.

To register, please contact any PURE Yoga studio or see reception.

 

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