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Crystal Bowl and Himalayan Bowl Practitioner Training


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The Crystal Bowl and Himalayan Bowl Practitioner Training is taken over three weekends with a three month period between each weekend. Completion of the training will give the participants the knowledge and tools required to become a Crystal Bowl and Himalayan Bowl Practitioner.

In order to be awarded a Practitioner Certificate a total of 18 case studies will need to be completed and there will be an assessment on giving a group sound bath which is covered on Part Three. As well as completing the core curriculum, students will need to complete one or two additional Sound Healing Workshops. Details of these workshops can be found on the Sound Healing Workshops page.

The Training Course is run in Bedfordshire it is based upon hands-on experiential training and students get support from highly experienced Tutors.

Core Curriculum

1. Crystal Bowls

What is Sound Healing, how does it work on the physical and energetic bodies
Understanding Harmonics and their role in Sound Healing
The Birth of a Crystal Bowl
Crystal Bowls and Sound
Types of Bowls and playing techniques
Basic Healing Session
The Role of Intention in Sound Healing
The Energy System and Crystal Bowls

The Human Body and the Metabolic Pathway
Areas of Body and Emotions governed by the Chakras
The Levels of the Auric Field
Where do Energy Blockages come from
Dowsing the Chakras and the Energy Field
Full Healing session
Cleansing your Crystal Bowls
Programming your Crystal Bowls and Structured Water

2. Himalayan Bowls

The History of Himalayan Bowls
Modern day Bowls how are they made, where do they come from
Choosing your Bowl, playing techniques and wands available
Chakra Keywords
Full Healing Session
Cleansing your Himalayan Bowls

Advanced Techniques - Ululation, playing Bowls directly on the body, Bowl Massage technique, Toning with the Bowls and Triad Layout for Bowls
Using Complimentary Sound and Colour
Energy diagnosis using Tingshas
Using Himalayan Bowls and Tingshas to cleanse a space

3. Graduation Weekend

Giving a Group Sound Healing Bath – Points to consider
Finding a venue, costs, advertising, setting up the space.
Using different instruments, Shruti Box, Chimes, Bird Whistles, Bowls and Percussion etc.

Treating People with Life Limiting Conditions
Code of Conduct
Setting up a Sound Healing Practice

Course Details

It is helpful if participants have had some experience of healing or voice work before attending the course.

There will be a practical evaluation at part three in which participants give a group sound bath. Eighteen practise treatments (case studies) will need to be carried out and written up to complete the course.

At the end of the course, provided the participants have satisfactorily completed their 18 case studies, the group sound bath assessment, attended all three weekends and completed an additional Sound Healing Workshop, they will be presented with their Crystal Bowl and Himalayan Bowl Practitioner’s Certificate.

At Part Two of the Practitioner Training Course you will need to become a Student Member of the College. Student membership is £30-00 and has a duration of two years, giving you plenty of time to complete your Practitioner Training. To become a Student Member please go to the Membership page.

Students are expected to have a basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology and hold a current first aid certificate.

Once they have qualified, College Members are expected to choose activities to fulfil a minimum of 20 hours Continuing Professional Development per year.

£185.00 per weekend workshop and includes the course manual. Students will need to become Student Members of the College and have insurance cover while they are training. Student Membership costs £30.00 for two years and Insurance for Student Members is £35.50 per annum.

Students will need to purchase three Crystal Bowls after Part One and three Himalayan Bowls after Part Two in order to do their case studies.

The College has a Block Insurance Scheme. The premiums are £35.50 for Student Members and £53.25 for Graduates in the UK. Students need to have insurance cover while they are undergoing the Practitioner Training. Practitioners who already have insurance cover may be able to add Sound Healing to their existing policy at no extra charge.

Please contact the course Tutor to make sure that there is space on the course before you book your place. The number of places on each course is limited so that students can get the maximum support from the course Tutor.

To reserve your place you will need to make an £85.00 deposit and the balance of £100.00 will need to be paid at least two weeks prior to each course weekend. All payments should be made to the Tutor directly by BACs or cheque. Please make sure that you fill in the booking form and send it to the Tutor.


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