KliK3 – Inspiring Children with Language and Sound

KliK3 – Inspiring Children with Language and Sound

In this two day, second in the KLIK series, seminar you will learn how to help children develop their communication and conflict solving skills. The basic features of educational Sound communication, tailored to the language of children, are conveyed in conjunction with the resonance-generating effect of the Singing Bowls’ sounds.

Strengthen the healthy, rather than eliminate deficits

The combination of sound and language takes the focus away from the problem and on to the solution and motivates children to look for solutions to their problems or difficult situations. This also helps you to recognise and strengthen the individual resources of a child and their family environment more quickly. The learned sound methods support this process and also offer support through nonverbal and verbal communication and expressiveness. This can also playfully contribute to overcoming cultural or intellectual differences and to the expansion of social skills.

Concept: Emily Hess and Anna Avramidou

Prerequisite: Peter Hess® Sound Massage I

Recognised for: KliK® Expert, KliK® Practitioner

Seminar leaders: Ute Coleman

Extent: 16 hours

Seminar time: Please refer to the exact seminar times of the registration confirmation.

Cost : $450

Curriculum:

  • Introduction to solution orientated interacting based on educational Sound communication
  • Promotion of verbal and non-verbal communication and expressiveness
  • Recognition and Strengthening of individual resources
  • Expansion of social skills
  • Tools to encourage children to look for solutions themselves

Master Class – Perth

Master Class – Perth

Continuing education workshop: Individual Sound Massage seminar for Practitioners only.

Read about  Master class – Individual Sound Massage here.

Where: Perth, WA

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: for Practitioners only.

What to expect:

  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • New tools for Sound Massage design – planning cards, sheets
  • Joint planning of individual sound massage
  • Independent exercise of the sound massage
  • Experience and perform sound massage for individual needs – case studies
  • Discuss all learned elements from SM 1-4 and application, additional possibilities
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

When: 2-3 December 2019

Times: 9am start, 22 hours in total

Price: $470.00

Price includes Certificate of completion, course materials (sound massage cards), morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

 

Payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer, cheque or cash ONLY

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no credit card facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Final with Supervision

This 2 days workshop is a completion of the Practitioner training.

The latest developments in the Peter Hess Institute caused changes to the sound massage training length and structure. From now on, to achieve the Practitioner certificate, each trainee must complete the Final seminar with Supervision.

Read about the Final seminar with Supervision here.

Where: Perth, for venue see below…

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: Level IV, documentation of 10 practice sound massages and three educational sound massages (submitted 14 days prior), all your questions and queries resulting from practice of sound massage.

What to expect:

Day 1
  • Q&A – case studies
  • Case based assessment
  • How to start/run a sound massage practice
  • Working with groups, concerts, lectures/workshops
  • Sound journey for relaxation and integration of the learning
Day 2
  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

Curriculumhere

Times: 9am to 5pm (20 lessons)

Price: $450.00

Price includes Practitioner Certificate, Practitioner Pack, morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

Payments: Deposit of 30% fees is required to secure your place. All payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer of on the day via cheque, cash or credit card.

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no merchant facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Master class – Individual Sound Massage

Master class – Individual Sound Massage

Continuing education workshop: Individual Sound Massage seminar for Practitioners only.

Read about  Master class – Individual Sound Massage here.

Where: Melbourne, WA

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: for Practitioners only.

What to expect:

  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • New tools for Sound Massage design – planning cards, sheets
  • Joint planning of individual sound massage
  • Independent exercise of the sound massage
  • Experience and perform sound massage for individual needs – case studies
  • Discuss all learned elements from SM 1-4 and application, additional possibilities
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

When: 4-5 May 2019

Times: 9am start, 22 hours in total

Price: $470.00

Price includes Certificate of completion, course materials (sound massage cards), morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

 

Payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer, cheque or cash ONLY

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no credit card facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Final with Supervision

Final with Supervision

This 2 days workshop is a completion of the Practitioner training.

The latest developments in the Peter Hess Institute caused changes to the sound massage training length and structure. From now on, to achieve the Practitioner certificate, each trainee must complete the Final seminar with Supervision.

Read about the Final seminar with Supervision here.

Where: Melbourne, for venue see below…

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: Level IV, documentation of three educational sound massages (submitted 14 days prior), all your questions and queries resulting from practice of sound massage.

What to expect:

Day 1
  • Q&A – case studies
  • Case based assessment
  • How to start/run a sound massage practice
  • Working with groups, concerts, lectures/workshops
  • Sound journey for relaxation and integration of the learning
Day 2
  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

Curriculumhere

Times: 9am to 5pm (20 lessons)

Price: $450.00

Price includes Practitioner Certificate, Practitioner Pack, morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Although student booklet is provided, you may bring pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

Payments: Deposit of 30% fees is required to secure your place. All payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer of on the day via cheque, cash or credit card.

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no merchant facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Final with Supervision

Final with Supervision

This 2 days workshop is a completion of the Practitioner training.

The latest developments in the Peter Hess Institute caused changes to the sound massage training length and structure. From now on, to achieve the Practitioner certificate, each trainee must complete the Final seminar with Supervision.

Read about the Final seminar with Supervision here.

Where: Perth, WA

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: Level IV, documentation of three educational sound massages (submitted 14 days prior), all your questions and queries resulting from practice of sound massage.

What to expect:

Day 1
  • Q&A – case studies
  • Case based assessment
  • How to start/run a sound massage practice
  • Working with groups, concerts, lectures/workshops
  • Sound journey for relaxation and integration of the learning
Day 2
  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

Curriculumhere

Times: 9am to 5pm (20 lessons)

Price: $450.00

Price includes Practitioner Certificate, Practitioner Pack, morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Although student booklet is provided, you may bring pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

Payments: Deposit of 30% fees is required to secure your place. All payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer of on the day via cheque, cash or credit card.

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no merchant facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Sound massage as a door opener for addicts

Sound massage as a door opener for addicts

When the inner and outer world is in danger of becoming unbalanced, we are trying hard to hold and protect our reality. Where therapists often can not get through, the Peter Hess Sound Massage proves to be an effective and supportive companion, touching on a non-verbal level and entering into dialogue with healing parts.

by Ulrich Krause

 

Peter Hess® Sound Massage
Peter Hess® Sound Massage

Singing bowls affect us in different ways. People can be influenced on a physical, mental, emotional and behavioural levels. The work with singing bowls belongs to the field of biophysical re-orientation therapy and is based on the idea that living beings are ultimately vibratory systems. Every human being has their own vibrational patterns – at the cellular level, via tissue associations as well as organ related. These vibration patterns communicate with each other and influence each other.

In principle, the Peter Hess sound methods are based on the resources and efficiency. Resistances of the client are accepted insofar as no attempt is made to break them. In the sound therapy work, it is important to help the client find out what she/he needs so that she/he can dissolve the resistance. The principle of this wholeness method is the strengthening of self-healing powers. Physical and emotional blockages can be resolved with the soothing sounds and vibrations of the singing bowl.

Strengthening experiences

The Austrian Specialist in Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Medicine Bärbel Fichtl reports in the book “Sound Methods in Therapeutic Practice” about a study, in which some 400 sound massages were performed for inpatient in renowned alcohol and drug detoxification and treatment centres in Vienna and Lower Austria. This study concludes that the sound massage can produce various positive results. With regard to “resistances” she writes about the psychodynamic influence of the sound massages, that the often existing, suspicious attitude of addicted persons to external influence in the case of the sound massage is negligible. “98 percent of the patients were able to use the treatment without devaluing or withdrawing from it, as is often the case with other methods offered. The application of the sounds was consistently experienced as pleasant … with feedback like “I felt cared for and protected”. Since this is a non-verbal process, the person performing the sound / sound treatment takes a back seat. Negative transmission phenomena therefore take less place. The patients were able to experience strengthening and positive feelings on the physical as well as on the relationship level. “

Conscious interpersonal resonance

Gabriele Ehnis the therapist familiar with the effect of the sound educational settings within therapeutic environment of inpatient child and youth welfare service, reports in similar fashion.

She writes: “For me as a therapist, the sounds of the singing bowls and the sound-educational settings offer an opportunity to expand my work, which positively influences it in many ways. With the sounds of the singing bowls, I have a valuable door opener to enter into dialogical contact on a nonverbal level. Especially in the first phase of building relationships, I observe that less “resistance” arises among the young and that they can accept an offer faster and easier. This means that relationships and empathy can be built more quickly and easily. Perhaps the sounds create a vibrational field in which the interpersonal resonance is easier to achieve.

Similar to hypnotherapy, I address the sounds to an unconscious level. The sounds enable dialogic action – beyond dialogue in the sense of a conversation. The singing bowls also allow me to “touch” – on all levels. Physically, I do not even have to go into direct physical contact. “

The combination of targeted affirmations with the Peter Hess sound methods brings to bear various of the already mentioned aspects. It is essential, among other things, that the sounds touch on a subconscious level. Our lives are largely controlled by unconscious mechanisms that sometimes prevent us from achieving desired goals. Such recurring (often well-known) obstacles are reflected, for example, in established convictions and beliefs. In a concept developed by Peter Hess, the sounds act as a supporting force, which makes it possible to look at something from a superordinate perspective. Powerful rituals help letting go so that there is room for newness, as well as developing helpful affirmations that can initiate sustainable change. So we become (again) active designers of our own lives!

Ulrich Krause is a research assistant at the Peter Hess Institute

Contact via ulrich.krause @ peter-hess-institut.de    www.peter-hess-institut.de

Find workshops and introductory courses in Australia  www.peter-hess-academy.com.au

Final with Supervision

Final with Supervision

This 2 days workshop is a completion of the Practitioner training.

The latest developments in the Peter Hess Institute caused changes to the sound massage training length and structure. From now on, to achieve the Practitioner certificate, each trainee must complete the Final seminar with Supervision.

Read about the Final seminar with Supervision here.

Where: Melbourne, for venue see below..

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: Level IV, documentation of three educational sound massages (submitted 14 days prior), all your questions and queries resulting from practice of sound massage.

What to expect:

Day 1
  • Q&A – case studies
  • Case based assessment
  • How to start/run a sound massage practice
  • Working with groups, concerts, lectures/workshops
  • Sound journey for relaxation and integration of the learning
Day 2
  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

Curriculumhere

Times: 9am to 5pm (20 lessons)

Price: $450.00

Price includes Practitioner Certificate, Practitioner Pack, morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Although student booklet is provided, you may bring pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

Payments: Deposit of 30% fees is required to secure your place. All payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer of on the day via cheque, cash or credit card.

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no merchant facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Final with Supervision

Final with Supervision

This 2 days workshop is a completion of the Practitioner training.

The latest developments in the Peter Hess Institute caused changes to the sound massage training length and structure. From now on, to achieve the Practitioner certificate, each trainee must complete the Final seminar with Supervision.

Read about the Final seminar with Supervision here.

Where: Perth, WA

Teaching: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Prerequisite: Level IV, documentation of three educational sound massages (submitted 14 days prior), all your questions and queries resulting from practice of sound massage.

What to expect:

Day 1
  • Q&A – case studies
  • Case based assessment
  • How to start/run a sound massage practice
  • Working with groups, concerts, lectures/workshops
  • Sound journey for relaxation and integration of the learning
Day 2
  • Sound meditations for relaxation and integration of the learning
  • Exchange of experiences and reflection
  • Application possibilities, limitations and contraindications

Curriculumhere

Times: 9am to 5pm (20 lessons)

Price: $450.00

Price includes Practitioner Certificate, Practitioner Pack, morning and afternoon tea, training equipment for duration of the course. Meals and accommodation are not included.

Equipment: Peter Hess singing bowls, gongs and other instruments are provided for the training needs. All are available for purchase after the course.

Meals: Only morning and afternoon tea is provided by Peter Hess Academy Australia.

Bookings: Essential, here

What to bring:

  • Warm, comfortable clothing, socks, (blanket and pillow if possible).
  • Massage table if you own one (not necessary).
  • Although student booklet is provided, you may bring pen and paper to make notes.
  • Your cheerful disposition

Payments: Deposit of 30% fees is required to secure your place. All payments are accepted via Direct Bank Account Transfer of on the day via cheque, cash or credit card.

Bank transfer details:

  • Account Name:  Maranta Sound Academy
  • Bank : Commonwealth Bank Australia
  • BSB: 066-125
  • Account No:10360505
  • Reference: Quote your surname or invoice number
Please note:  no merchant facilities available. 

For enrolment details and conditions read here.

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Gong in Relaxation – Introduction

This workshop is for people working with Peter Hess sound massage method, as well as those not professionally involved, but interested in sound bowls and gongs.

For many years of our work with gongs, in our meditations, gong baths, during our seminars and concerts – gongs reveal their magical powers. One of main advantages of the gongs, is their ability to quickly introduce state of tranquility in the listeners. Only few minutes of skilful play is sufficient for the audience to already achieve the state of deep relaxation. The automatic processes of self regeneration acting on the physical, mental and emotional levels are activated in such a state. Gong among known instruments creates the strongest vibrations and resonating sounds. When it vibrates, you can feel it in every cell of your body. In the hands of a therapist or pedagogue it becomes the tool supporting healing processes.

This training, “Introduction to Gong in Relaxation” and “Gong in Therapy” helps to acquire practical skills in gong play, initially using your own voice and hands, eventually applying various accessories – such as mallets and rubbers. You will find out how particular techniques affect the physical and emotional body as well as bioenergy field and you will learn practical use of those properties.

During this workshop, we open the space for your own experience, ritual awareness, practical exercises, and sharing with other participants. Mostly we will work with Tam Tam and Fen gongs of 80 cm diameter, but also with smaller gongs, used in therapy.

“Gong in Relaxation – Introduction”

Prerequisite: Sound Massage – Level I

Duration: 8 hours, 1 day workshop

This is a workshop where we get to know gong as an instrument, it’s quality, benefits and genre. We learn to extract sounds in relaxing play, but also listening to the gong, which is essential in work with gong on the following levels. In this workshop, the participants gain knowledge and skills necessary to work with gong in professional relaxation sessions using this ancient instrument.

What to expect:

  • The origin of gongs, their formation and varied use over the centuries
  • The scope of impact the sound of a gong has on the human body and opportunities to improve psychological and physical well-being
  • Familiarising with the sound of a gong – introducing possibilities of tonal diversity and ways of extracting sound using various tools
  • Creation of sound during a relaxation and meditation sessions
  • Individual work with gong
  • Working with the gong in pairs and groups
  • Other instruments and their use during the session of the gongs in context of relaxation or meditation
  • Creation and implementation of a relaxation session

Lecturers: Alex Andrzejewski and Janusz Urzykowski

Course fees: A$199.00

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