Sound Therapy is based on the knowledge that sound and music can channel our emotions and therapists believe that sound therapy may help us feel relaxed, alleviate pain and anxiety or help boost memory and focus.
Toronto Sound Therapy will use the healing power of music and sound to create body awareness, insight and relaxation. Explore the power of vibration, sound/music therapy on the brain and body at the cellular level. Feel the vibrations of the sounds of singing bowls while you're seated or on a mat with Yoga Outreach Project.
Port Credit Secondary School (Auditorium)
70 Mineola Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5G 2E5
EARLY BIRD (RSVP BY NOV. 20) $10 | STANDARD (AFTER NOV. 20) $25
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Read more about Philip Jacobs of Toronto Sound Therapy
Philip Jacobs brings together his over 40 years love of music with his intensive training in Integrative Health, Eastern Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Mindfulness & Contemplative Therapy, Relational Psycho-Somatic Therapy and Sound Therapy. He also has Training and Intensive Experience in Plant Medicine in Mexico and Canada with Dr. Gabor Maté MD. Phillip approaches sound therapy through a branch of Chinese medicine called medical qigong -- a complete system of health care that identifies the root causes of symptoms, and treats the body and mind as a whole.
Read more about Stephanie Christoper of Yoga Outreach Project - Heal. Inspire. Connect.
Stephanie Christopher began her practice of yoga many years ago as a way to stretch and to compliment her regular gym workouts. She soon embarked on a journey to experience the impact of not only asana (poses) but the impact of Pranayama (breath) and inquiry. Stephanie has completed indepth workshops and training to support her teaching growth. She finished her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and level 1 and level 2 of Baptiste Power Yoga trainings in New York and Arizona. Stephanie is also a graduate of Ottawa University in Psychology and had a career in Outplacement Counselling and many varied fields as well as being blessed to have had the opportunity to stay at home to raise her children.
Stephanie founded the Yoga Outreach Project, a not for profit was created in 2019. The Yoga Outreach Project is supported by teachers like Stephanie to remove financial barriers to community residents to make the practise of yoga accessible to anyone who wants to join. They have since worked with many not for profits and those they serve including Camh out patient clinics, Stride, Addiction and Mental Health treatment facilities, school boards, Salvation Army, Aboriginal Health Centre, Open Doors Burlington & Stonegate community Health Centre to name a few.
For more information on the Yoga Outreach Project, visit their Instagram profile @yogaoutreachproject or https://www.yogaoutreachproject.com.