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Bio The Colour of Sound Institute offers one of the most comprehensive, professional sound therapy training programs in the world today. Research demonstrates that Sound Therapy can be effective in helping people deal with many physical, emotional, developmental and mental health challenges. Sound therapy can also be used beneficially with animals. By joining our practitioner sound therapy training program, you’ll discover how healing sounds can help you and others to: feel less stressed, be balanced and more relaxed have more energy & vitality be more productive & creative alleviate emotional and physical pain and more….. During this training program you’ll learn: the science and art of sound therapy, drawing on ancient wisdom traditions and modern bio-physics how to work with a range of instruments and your voice to activate our bodies’ natural healing abilities how to integrate sound therapy into an existing practice if you are already a practicing health professional. and much more… On this Program, you’ll get much more than a professional Diploma….you’ll personally feel more relaxed and self-assured; your creative energies will blossom and your natural intuitive abilities will flourish. You’ll feel richly rewarded from noticing how well your clients deal effectively with their health and personal issues, and you’ll know deep within the core of your being that your life has greater meaning, purpose and variety than ever before. You don’t need to be a musician or singer to give sound therapy effectively, and you don’t need to have prior experience of working with healing sounds to participate in this training. Sound therapy can support and be easily integrated into other therapeutic modalities such as massage, osteopathy, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, acupuncture, acupressure / shiatsu, kinesiology, reiki, reflexology, aromatherapy, emotional field therapy, hypnotherapy, etc…. The Colour of Sound Institute is an Independent School accredited by the British Complimentary Medicine Association (BCMA), and has been successfully delivering sound therapy training since 2003.