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Katie Fisher
$75

Sansula Kalimba on-line class for Sound Healing Circles

Pure magic, the New Age Sansula is a delight to play.  Perhaps the most beautiful sounding kalimba, and with nine notes it is not so complex…the challenge here is to get sonic diversity through alternative tunings. This class covers Basics on How to Play the Sansula for Sound Healing

Katie Fisher
$250

TUNING FORK CLASS LEVEL 1

TUNING FORK CLASS LEVEL 1
Level 1 – FOUNDATION CLASS OTTO Tuners
Introduction to Sound Healing Concepts 10:30 am-4pm $250
New to sound healing?
This is a good place to build a foundation in sound healing skills and tools.
Class Review $100 Learn the physics of tuning forks, bony landmarks, and point locations for common ailments. Discover how to ground frequency into the skeletal system and use the frequencies for treating muscle/skeletal system pain and discomfort. The results are remarkable, repeatable and useful in clinical and therapeutic settings or for personal self-care. Refine your own coherent frequency!

Sanj Hall
$895

Gong Immersion 5 Day on-line Retreat Level 3

We are pleased to announce that international artist and teacher Sanj Hall will be teaching a variety of sound healing instruments and on-line courses with Hawaii Healing Sound School.
Sanji covers an extensive and variety of sound healing and gong training, singing bowls, shamanic drums, conches, tuning forks and other instruments at introductory or mastery level private and small group courses.

Allessandra Belloni
$250

HHSS WORKSHOP Shamanic DRUM and TAMBOURINE

Objectives of the workshop are:
–To introduce the participants to the rich rhythm and dance tradition of Southern Italy known as the tarantella,
–To learn the history of this powerful tambourine style, originally done mainly by women, which dates back to the rites of the Mother Earth Goddess Cybele, now worshiped as the Black Madonna and to come to understand the healing and stress-relieving effect of these rhythms and dances.
–To bring women back in touch with their lost drumming tradition.
–To make the participants feel part of community-healing rituals