The 2014 International Sound Therapy Conference brings together the leading teachers and speakers in sound healing today. This year's conference theme is " In the Service of Sound ", and features over 14 speakers, over 2 dozen session workshops, including live performances each evening. Bridging both East and West, including presentations on Sacred Voice and Chant including Mantra, Gongs, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Tuning Forks, Harp, Drumming, Harmonic Overtone Singing, Rast Makam, Didgeridoo, Sound Meditation, and more. An exploration of sound theories including Cymatics, Sonic Theology, Vibro Energy Tuning, and Harmonic Therapy spread over 7 days and 6 nights at a wonderful retreat center on 38 acres, on a lake in the Merrimack Valley, north of Boston. This may very well be, the most important forum on sound therapy ever presented.
This program is open to not only professional sound therapist or healers, but to those who want to learn more about the field of sound healing. Including those in the medical community, and the fields of Psychotherapy and Parapsychology, Psychoacoustics, Cognitive Neuroscience, Music Therapy, Naturapathy, Ethnotherapy, Holistic Medicine, Nursing, Vibrational bodywork, Harmonics, Ethnomusicology, complementary medicine, Occupational and Physiotherapy, Yoga and Meditation, Shamanic or Indigenous studies.
Confirmed speakers for this year's program includes Rami El Aasser, Dr. John Beaulieu, Khenpo Ratsa Geshe Tenzin Dargye Rinpoche, Edie Elkan, Dima Klim, Kimberlee Moore, Silvia Nakkach, Mitch Nur, PhD, Sami Abu Shumays, Steve Sklar, Tok Tamang, Alexandre Tannous, and Jeff Volk. Live sacred sound concerts by White Mountain Essence Didjeridu, Petroglyph, the Secret Gong Orchestra, and more.
Registration is now open for the sound therapy event of the year, visit www.ISTCR.org for more information.