Date & Time
06/20/2020 - 06/21/2020
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
How do cultures around the world integrate theory and practice in sound healing? In this practical workshop, we will review various diverse traditions of sound healing as well as some of their shared core techniques.
You will learn a 5-step process for one-on-one sessions and group work that uses basic sacred sound sources: voice, drum, rattle, whistle, and conch shell. You will leave the workshop with:
•A sound-healing protocol that will allow you to restore equilibrium to the mind, body, spirit, and emotions of your clients
•A clear structure that provides time for sound improvisation and for your clients’ unique needs.
A Two-Day Workshop
Saturday – Sunday, June 20 – June 21, 2020, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Members $275/ Nonmember $310
New York Open Center
Robert Vetter, M.A. is a cultural anthropologist whose life work concerns the intersection of spirituality and healing in diverse indigenous cultures. His original fieldwork focused on Native North American medicine, especially that of the Southern Plains. Along with his adopted uncle, medicine man Richard Tartsah Sr., he authored the book Big Bow: The Spiritual Life and Teachings of a Kiowa Family. He has studied Curanderismo both in the United States and in Mexico and maintains a healing practice as well as a community temazcal (Mesoamerican sweat lodge) in New York.