July 20–21, 2109
Singing Bowls of the Himalayas: Circles of Sacred Sound is a foundational examination into one of the most widely used sound tools in meditation, sound healing, mindfulness techniques and personal transformation. Their popularity is at an all time high, people draw deep connections with these instruments, but finding accurate information is a daunting task, much less finding a mentoring program that can create progressive skill sets enabling one to sink deep roots into the experience of working with them. Students are encouraged to bring their own bowls, or ones will be provided for student use. The focus of this workshop is built upon these preliminary steps:
About the presenter: Mitch Nur, PhD is regarded as the leading Western expert on the singing bowls, and other ritual and ceremonial sound tools of the Himalayan cultures including their ritual items. He has been an assistant to visiting Tibetan lamas for over 3 decades, and has been initiated into nearly 100 practices. He is the Senior Lecturer for the 9ways Academia, a private sound therapy lab in Pennsylvania that offers the only college level sound curriculum in the USA. He teaches master classes on singing bowls, gongs, and the Bonpo Shang, and over 100 other instruments; and is an international speaker at sound and music therapy conferences throughout the world. Mitch is a monthly contributor to the UK Sound Forum and the Sound Healing Forum here in the USA.
Mitch will also show a video of how they are actually handmade from beginning to end in an exclusive video he shot in 2014.
Circles of Wisdom
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